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close this bookEducational Cost-benefit Analysis - Education Research Paper No. 02 (DFID, 1993, 27 p.)
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View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Definition
View the document3. Development
View the document4. Methodology
View the document5. An alternative approach to rates-of-return
View the document6. Other techniques in educational planning
View the document7. Some cost-benefit results
View the document8. CBA in third world countries: Earlier findings
View the document9. CBA in third world countries: More recent studies
View the document10. Criticisms of CBA in third world countries
View the document11. The educational effectiveness literature
View the document12. The comparative education literature
View the document13. Towards a new approach to cost-benefit analysis
View the documentAppendix 1: Project proposal
View the documentAppendix 2: Returns to investment in education by level and country
View the documentAppendix 3: Bibliography

Appendix 3: Bibliography

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