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Thursday, June 27, 2013

College and knowledge continued

In continuation to Let's not confuse college with knowledge :
  1. See the comments on that post.
  2. Is the labour market return to higher education finally dropping? by Tyler Cowen.
  3. Rasheeda Bhagat in the Hindu Business Line (ht: K. Satyanarayan).
  4. Dale and Krueger, QJE, 2002. (ht: Aditya Kuvalekar).
Some people wrote me email asking: What should I be doing in an undergraduate degree in economics to make sure I actually get the knowledge? I feel that an economics education in college should bring you to the point where you get the stuff on this blog.

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