Radionova, Iryna F.; Tkachenko, Natalia O.
October 2013
Actual Problems of Economics / Aktual'ni Problemi Ekonomìki;Oct2013, Vol. 148 Issue 10, p36
Academic Journal
The article provides the theoretical and statistical grounding for the hypothesis concerning the possibility of assessing the externalities in education by their influence on it. The indicators under study concerns the volume, organization, financing and compliance with the needs of national economy along with their effects on economic growth, the unemployment rate and income distribution.


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