The Economic Benefit of Increased Participation in Education and Training

 

The Economic Benefit of Increased Participation in Education and Training

This report considers the merits of the economic case for increased policy emphasis on youth participation in education, training and employment. There is a focus on the  the Government’s work with inter-generational issues.

It provides further analysis and modeling of the information used in the Treasury Working Paper: A Note on Educational Attainment and Labour Force Participation in Australia and The Intergenerational Report 2002-03.

icon ACCESS REPORT: DSF AND BCA (576.66 kB)
icon POLICY PAPER: DSF AND BCA (84.44 kB)
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May 2005

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  • Access Economics
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