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|Title:||Whither human capital? the woeful tale of transition to tertiary education in India|
Bhaumik, Sumon Kumar
Applied Economics Letters
|Abstract:||In this article, we examine the issue of high dropout rates in India which has adverse implications for human capital formation and hence for the country's long-term growth potential. Using the 2004-2005 National Sample Survey (NSS) employment-unemployment data, we estimate transition probabilities of moving from a number of different educational levels to higher educational levels using a sequential logit model. Our results suggest that the overall probability of reaching tertiary education is very low. Further, even by the woeful overall standards, women are significantly worse off, particularly in rural areas. � 2012 Taylor & Francis.|
|Description:||Chakrabarty, Manisha, Department of Economics, Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata, India; Bhaumik, Sumon Kumar, Economics and Strategy Group, Aston Business School, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom, IZA - Institute for the Study of Labor, Bonn, Germany|
ISSN/ISBN - 13504851
DOI - 10.1080/13504851.2011.607109
|Appears in Collections:||Economics|
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