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Pérez-Macías, Noemí; Fernández-Fernández, José Luis; Rua Vieites, Antonio – Education & Training, 2019
Purpose: Based on Azjen's (1991) theory of planned behavior, the purpose of this paper is to complement the existing body of knowledge on entrepreneurial intentions (EIs) by comparing two different university environments in Spain (online and face-to-face) and their impact on EIs of university students using two components of social capital (SC),…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Entrepreneurship, Intention, College Students
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Inda-Caro, Mercedes; Maulana, Ridwan; Fernández-García, Carmen-María; Peña-Calvo, José-Vicente; Rodríguez-Menéndez, M. del Carmen; Helms-Lorenz, Michelle – Learning Environments Research, 2019
Research consistently shows that teaching behaviour is a highly-important indicator of learning environments. Based on a teacher effectiveness model with six observable teaching behaviour domains (safe learning climate, efficient classroom management, clarity of instruction, activating teaching, teaching-learning strategies, and differentiation),…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Behavior, Learner Engagement, Teacher Effectiveness
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Falcon, R. M. – International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 2011
Students of Architecture and Building Engineering Degrees work with Computer Aided Design systems daily in order to design and model architectonic constructions. Since this kind of software is based on the creation and transformation of geometrical objects, it seems to be a useful tool in Maths classes in order to capture the attention of the…
Descriptors: Mathematics Curriculum, Architecture, Computer Software, Engineering Education
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Arrazola, Maria; De Hevia, Jose – Education Economics, 2006
In this article, rates of return to education for men and women have been estimated for the Spanish case, controlling for the biases appearing in the least squares estimation of the basic Mincerian equation. The results show that the returns for women are greater than those for men. The gender differential increases when taking into account the…
Descriptors: Computation, Educational Demand, Vocational Education, Least Squares Statistics
Strauss, Hubert; de la Maisonneuve, Christine – OECD Publishing (NJ1), 2007
This paper presents cross-section estimates of gross hourly wage premia on tertiary education. They are based on a unified framework for 21 OECD countries from the 1990s to the early 2000s and use international household surveys to maximise international comparability. The results of the "augmented" Mincerian wage equations point to an…
Descriptors: Wages, Postsecondary Education, Human Capital, Outcomes of Education
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Lassibille, Gerard; Gomez, Lucia Navarro – Education Economics, 1998
Using 1980-81 and 1990-91 Household Survey data, analyzes educational expansion in Spain, estimating earnings equations for male family heads and comparing rates of return-to-education. Decomposes changes in men's average earnings to assess the contribution of population structure variations and pay-system changes. Returns to secondary education…
Descriptors: Education Work Relationship, Educational Development, Educational History, Elementary Secondary Education
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Lassibille, Gerard – Economics of Education Review, 1998
Estimates separate earnings equations by employment sector and gender in Spain and identifies returns to human capital, based on 1990-91 household survey data. Public wages are higher, and civil servants more highly educated. However, the public sector pays lower returns to education and experience. Earnings advantage is largest for least skilled…
Descriptors: Education Work Relationship, Elementary Secondary Education, Employment, Foreign Countries