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This paper shows that cognitive skills can account for growth differences within the OECD, whereas a range of economic institutions and quantitative measures of tertiary education cannot.
Under the growth model estimates and plausible projection parameters, school improvements falling within currently observed performance levels...
This paper uses a range of analyses of health survey data from Australia, Canada, England and Korea to explore the relationship between education and obesity.
An epidemic of obesity has been developing in virtually all OECD countries over the last 30 years. Existing evidence...