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Conference Paper Joint Empirical Social Science Seminar

The Wage Effects of Educational Expansion

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01 Nov 2006

Abstract

This paper examines the effect on wages of being overqualified, using comparative data from the eLiving Survey, and also of working in sectors with high levels off graduate density, using the British Labour Force Survey.

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