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Die traditionelle Humankapitaltheorie

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Die traditionenelle Humankapitaltheorie postuliert eine Beziehung zwischen Bildung, Produktivität und Einkommen. Der Blick richtet sich daher zunächst auf diese Kausalbeziehungen. Darauf aufbauend werden ebenfalls die theoretischen Auswirkungen der Humanapitaltheorie, die empirischen Befunde und sowie die Ertragsraten der Bildung genauer betrachtet.

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Diebolt, C., Hippe, R., Jaoul-Grammare, M. (2017). Die traditionelle Humankapitaltheorie. In: Bildungsökonomie. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-16147-7_2

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