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Methodological Issues in Estimating the Value Added of Further Education, Higher Education and Skills: A review of relevant literature

This research paper provides a review of literature looking at the economic value of higher and further education and training. The objective of the review was to formulate recommendations for the most appropriate ways of addressing each of the key issues in future analysis of the economic value added of these different forms of learning.

This review was conducted by a team of researchers from the Institute for Employment Research (IER) at The University of Warwick and Cambridge Econometrics. 

Author(s): Lynn Gambin, Rachel Beaven, Terence Hogarth, Mike May-Gillings and Katy Long

Other Publishers: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS)

Production date: 2014

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Communities: Careers Information, Careers Advice and Guidance

Audiences: Academics, Careers practitioners

Format: Web


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