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09/28/2000 09:19 AM by Walter;
I found some references that may be of your interest: 1)Lloyd Ellis, Huw, 2000, Public Education, Occupational Choice, and the Growth-Inequality Relationship, International Economic Review; 41(1), pp. 171-201.

2)Mehta, Shailendra Raj, 2000, Quality of Education, Productivity Changes, and Income Distribution, Journal of Labor Economics; 18(2), pages 252-81.

3) Kim, Se Jik; Kim, Yong Jin, 2000, Growth Gains from Trade and Education, Journal of International Economics; 50(2), pages 519-45.

4) Caucutt, Elizabeth M., 1996, Peer Group Effects in Applied General Equilibrium, University of Minnesota Center for Economic Research Discussion Paper No 293.

5) Fershtman, Chaim; Weiss, Yoram, 1991, Social Status, Culture and Economic Performance, Tel Aviv Foerder Institute for Economic Research Working Paper 32-91.
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09/27/2000 08:52 AM by PASCAL DIMOPOULOS; Schools and general equilibprium theory
I am looking for if there is a significant economic theory that involves education and schools as economic units and explains their role in economy and the labour market under general equilibrium theory . Does games theory offer [View full text and thread]