Students’ assessment of higher education in Spain

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Show simple item record Alonso-Borrego, César Romero-Medina, Antonio
dc.contributor.other Fundación de Estudios de Economía Aplicada 2010-02-09T11:03:56Z 2010-02-09T11:03:56Z 2008-09
dc.description.abstract We explore evidence on the perceived economic value of higher education to college students in terms of their reported expected and shadow wages. Our estimates provide predictions for expected wages that are similar across gender and become closer to actual wages as students approach graduation. This is consistent with an improvement in the quality of student information used to forecast wages. Shadow wages relative to expected wages increase during the academic year for men and are constant for women, which is consistent with the higher reluctance of women to drop out of university. Finally, students with lower socioeconomic background and poor performance exhibit a higher propensity to drop out.
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.relation.ispartofseries Serie Capital Humano y Empleo. Documentos de trabajo
dc.relation.ispartofseries 2008-31
dc.subject.other University education
dc.subject.other Subjective valuation
dc.subject.other Wage expectations
dc.subject.other Shadow wages
dc.subject.other Ordered response
dc.title Students’ assessment of higher education in Spain
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dc.subject.eciencia Economía
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