Journal of Economic Literature
Опубликовано на портале: 08-12-2003Eric A. Hanushek Journal of Economic Literature. 1996. Vol. 10. No. 4. P. 9-30.
This article begins by reviewing the main body of evidence about the effectiveness of resources devoted to schools. It then discusses some of the central implications for policy and for economic research. The implications for educational policy draw heavily on the discussion of the Panel one the Economics of Education Reform (PEER), a group of economists who met over a four-year period to discuss economic aspects of educational investments. Those recommendations are only sketched here, but are detailed in its report, Making Schools Work (Hanushek and others, 1994).