Education and Economic Growth in Canada

April 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Apr66, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p377
Academic Journal
Investigates the significance of education on economic growth in Canada, from 1911 to 1961. Education of the labor force; Relationship between levels of educational attainment and levels of income for various groups in the Canadian economy; Calculation of the profitability of higher education for individuals; Contribution of education to real income growth.


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