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The Importance of Graduates for the Scottish Economy: A “Micro-to-Macro” Approach
(University of Strathclyde, 2010)
There have been numerous attempts to assess the overall impact of Higher Education Institutions on regional economies in the UK and elsewhere. There are two disparate approaches focussing on: demand-side effects of HEIs, ...
The system-wide impacts of the external benefits to higher education on the Scottish economy: An exploratory “micro-to-macro” approach
(University of Strathclyde, 2012)
The private market benefits of education, i.e. the wage premia of graduates, are widely studied at the micro level, although the magnitude of their macroeconomic impact is disputed. However, there are additional benefits ...
How much does a single graduation cohort from further education colleges contribute to an open regional economy?
(University of Strathclyde, 2014)
Econometric analysis has been inconclusive in determining the contribution that increased skills have on macroeconomic performance whilst conventional growth accounting approaches to the same problem rest on restrictive ...
Human Capital in Economic Development: From Labour Productivity to Macroeconomic Impact
(University of Strathclyde, 2015)
Micro-econometric evidence reveals high private returns to education, most prominently in low-income countries. However, it is disputed to what extent this translates into a macro-economic impact. This paper projects the ...