Changing wage structure and education in Vietnam 1993-1998: The roles of demand
This paper examines the changes in relative earnings of workers with different education levels during Vietnam’s transition. It is found that females enjoy a higher return to education than males do in 1998, reversing the situation observed five years ago. A large fall in the returns to vocational training for males, amid the rapid growth in the representation of better-educated females in the private sector where education is valued higher could be responsible for what have occurred. A direct...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Crawford School of Public Policy|
|Source:||Economics of Transition|
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