A European Perspective
Edited by Catherine Sofer
Chapter 3: An economist's view of schooling systems*
In the second half of the twentieth century, primary and secondary education became practically universal in most developed countries. OECD research (1998, 2001) has recently concluded that there is a clear tendency towards convergence in human capital stocks, at least for some basic indicators such as the percentage of the population completing secondary education.
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