Allocation of Resources to Education
The paper appeared in the Center’s annual social economic report 1987-1988.
If the present scope and quality of education is to be maintained, the leading policy decision should be whether to increase public sector resources for education, at the expense of direct transfers or independently of them, or to opt for a higher share of private funding.
An English version is available.
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