Education and Income Distribution in Asia A study prepared for the International Labour Office...
First published in 1981, Education and Income Distribution in Asia looks in detail at a number of aspects of the relation between education, employment, and income. Education is now the major programme of expenditure of governments in Asian countries. This book brings case studies from Philippines, India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand to discuss themes like equality in education; schooling, earnings, and occupation; educational expansion and the labour market; determinants of educational achievement; school enrolment in India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand; and educational innovations and inequality. This book is a must read for scholars and researchers of education, public policy, and economics.
Preface Introduction 1. Equality in Education 2. Schooling, Earnings and Occupation 3. Educational Expansion and the Labour Market 4. International Comparisons I (General Pattern of Inequality) 5. International Comparisons I (Thinking Ability of Children of Labourers and of Executives and Professionals) 6. Determinants of Educational Achievement in the Philippines 7. School Enrolment in India, Sri Lanka, and Thailand 8. Educational Innovations and Inequality 9. Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations Index