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ERIC Number: EJ120241
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1975
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Some Methodological Problems in Economic Policy Research: Determining How Much Should Be Spent on Compensatory Education
Levin, Henry M.
Education and Urban Society, 7, 3, 303-333, May 75
Argues that economic methodologies can be of great assistance in framing the problem of how much more should be spent on the educationally disadvantaged student than on his more advantaged counterpart, and in contributing to studies that address it; and outlines a simple macro-economic model of society which incorporates educational expenditure as an investment in human capital. (Author/JM)
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