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World Education Indicators 2002
Financing Education - Investments and Returns
OECD, UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS). Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  21 Feb 2003
Pages: 232 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264199712 , OECD Code: 962003011P1
Price:   €30 | $42 | £27 | ¥3900 | MXN540
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Imprint:  Centre for Educational Research and Innovation Frequency: Annual   Tables: 42  Charts: 118 

Description
The challenge of expanding education systems while maintaining education quality and equity-related aims seems inextricably linked to questions of education finance. This volume is the third in a series of publications that seeks to analyse the education indicators developed through the OECD/UNESCO World Education Indicators (WEI) programme. The volume examines both the investments and returns to education and human capital. A national statistical profile that sets out selected contextual and finance indicators against both OECD and WEI benchmarks, together with a comprehensive statistical annex covering both WEI and OECD countries, complements the analysis. The countries participating in the OECD/UNESCO WEI programme are: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Jordan, Malaysia, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, the Russian Federation, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and Zimbabwe.

Table of contents:

Foreword
Introduction
Reader's Guide
Chapter 1. Investing in Human Capital and Returns
Chapter 2. Public and Private Roles in Education
Chapter 3. Country Profiles
-Argentina
-Brazil
-Chile
-China
-Egypt
-India
-Indonesia
-Jamaica
-Jordan
-Malaysia
-Paraguay
-Peru
-Philippines
-Russian Federation
-Thailand
-Tunisia
-Uruguay
-Zimbabwe
-Annexes
-A1. General Notes
-A2. Definitions, Methods, and Technical Notes
-A3. Cross-Reference between Data Tables and Reference Notes
-A4. Data Tables (For OECD Countries and Participating Non-OECD Countries)
--Table 1. Basic Economic Reference Statistics
--Table 2. Relative Size and Expected Changes in School-Age Populations (2000)
--Table 3. Educational Attainment of the Adult Population (1999)
--Table 4. Educational Attainment of the Adult Population by Age Group and Gender (1999)
--Table 5. Average Years of Schooling in 1960, 1970, 1980-1990- and 2000
--Table 6. Labour Force Participation Rates (1999)
--Table 7. Unemployment Rates (1999)
--Table 8. Earning Differentials by Educational Attainment (1999)
--Table 9. Expenditure on Educational Institutions per Student (1999)
--Table 10. Expenditure on Educational Institutions per Student Relative to GDP per capita (1999)
--Table 11. Expenditure on Educational Institutions as a Percentage of GDP (1999)
--Table 12. Expenditure on Educational Institutions from Public and Private Sources by Level of Education as a Percentage of GDP (1999)
--Table 13. Relative Proportions of Public and Private Expenditure on Educational Institutions (1999)
--Table 14. Total Public Expenditure on Education (1999)
--Table 15. Distribution of Total Public Expenditure on Education by Level of Education (1999)
--Table 16. Public Subsidies to the Private Sector as a Percentage of Total Government Expenditure on Education and GDP for Tertiary Education (1999)
--Table 17. Household Expenditure and Public Subsidies per Student (1999)
--Table 18. Expenditure on Educational Institutions by Resource Category (Current, Capital, Staff) (1999)
--Table 19. Government Expenditure by Destination (Capital Educatdion, Health, Military, Debt, and Debt Service) 70s, 80s, and 90s
--Table 20. School Expectancy (2000)
--Table 21. Enrollment Rates (2000)
--Table 22. Transition Characteristics at ages 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, and 20 (2000)
--Table 23. Distribution of Students by Type of Institution and Mode of Enrollment (2000)
--Table 24. Gross Entry Rates in Secondary Education (2000)
--Table 25. Distribution of Upper Secondary Enrolment (2000)
--Table 26. Upper Secondary Graduation Rates (2000)
--Table 27. Entry Rates to Tertiary Education (2000)
--Table 28. Distribution of Students by Programme Destination, Type of Institution, and Mode of Study (2000)
--Table 29. Graduation Rates in Tertiary Education (2000)
--Table 30. Percentage of Tertiary Qualification Awarded to Females (2000)
--Table 31. Ratio of Students to Teachers and Estimated Class Size by Level
--Table 32. Intended Instruction Time for Students in Public Institutions (2000)
--Table 33. Statutory Number of Teaching Hours and Weeks per Year in Public Institutions by Level of Education (2000)
--Table 34. Gender Distribution of Teachers (2000)
--Table 35. Teachers' Salaries in Public Institutions (2000)
-A5a. International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED97)
-A5b. Allocation of National Education Programs to ISCED97 Used in WEI Data Collection
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