School closures and COVID-19

School closures and COVID-19 (News and Research 204)

From The Economist: “The economic damage from children dropping out of school will be vast. The World Bank estimates that, if schools remain closed for five months, pupils will forgo $10trn of future earnings in today’s money. That could rise if covid-19 is not curbed and schools stay closed for longer.”

 

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นักเศรษฐศาสตร์ระดับโลกใช้บิ๊กดาต้าวิจัย “วิกฤติปิดโรงเรียน” ประเทศ-นักเรียนสูญรายได้กันมหาศาล!! (World class economists use Big Data research. “School closing crisis” country – students lose a lot of income!!)

Строгих доказательств безопасности открытия школ и университетов на сегодняшний день в мире нет | (There is no rigorous evidence of the safety of opening schools and universities in the world today) Interview with Tigran Shmis…

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Education and wage inequality before and during the fiscal crisis: A quantile regression analysis for Greece 2006–2016 | The Greek labor market has undergone dramatic changes during the past 10 years. Wage inequality, especially at the bottom end of the earnings distribution, increased sharply. Simultaneously, and despite a massive emigration wave of mainly highly educated employees, the ratio of skilled to unskilled labor has further increased. …The returns to education are higher at lower quantiles in the pre‐crisis period, while the opposite holds true in the post‐crisis period. It is shown that within‐group inequality, mainly among university graduates, has played a major role in these developments. Interestingly, our findings appear to be, in part, driven by changing returns to education across quantiles in the public sector. Increased demand for skilled workers, heterogeneous returns to education across different fields of study, and “ability” are proposed as potential underlying mechanisms…

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Categories COVID, Education, Human capital, PISA, Returns to education

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