This dissertation is a study of educational mobility. It is divided into three essays on the consequences of measurement error for educational mobility coefficients, socio-economic explanations of differences in mobility across countries, and the relation between mobility and long-run economic growth.There might be some justification for establishing the degree of the relationship between mothera#39;s or fathera#39;s education level and that of the child uniquely from the average of their education level. For example, Chevalier (2004) finds thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Intergenerational Educational Mobility: Three Essays on Measurement Error, Cross-country Differences in Mobility and Long-run Growth|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|