LSE Growth Commission Evidence Session: The Role of Skills in a Growth Strategy for the UK
Wednesday 14 March 2012 10:00 - 12:00
Conference Room, LRB 405, 4th Floor, Lionel Robbins Building, LSE, entrance in 10 Portugal Street, London WC2A 2HD
In this session, Eric Hanushek, Stephen Machin and Ludger Wößmann gave their views on the role skills should play in the formulation and implementation of a strategy to secure long-term growth for the UK, reflecting on lessons from international experience and state of the art academic literature.
|Hanushek Slides (PDF)||Machin Slides (PDF)||Woessmann Slides (PDF)|
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|Event Summary (PDF)|
|Disclaimer: These documents represent the views of the evidence givers and not necessarily those of the commissioners.|
LSE Growth Commission Evidence Session 1: The Role of Skills in a Growth Strategy for the UK
Date: Wednesday 14 March 2012
Location: LSE Research Lab, Room LRB.R405, 4th Floor, Lionel Robbins Building, Portugal Street, London WC2A 2HD.
About the Speakers: Eric Hanushek is the Paul and Jean Hanna Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. He has been a leader in the development of economic analysis of educational issues, and his work on efficiency, resource usage, and economic outcomes of schools has frequently entered into the design of both US and international educational policy.
Steve Machin is Professor of Economics at University College London, Research Director at the Centre for Economic Performance, a member of the Low Pay Commission and Director of the Centre for the Economics of Education.
Ludger Wößmann is Head of Human Capital and Innovation at CES Ifo Institute for Economic Research, University of Munich.
For further information about the LSE Growth Commission, please contact Miguel Coelho firstname.lastname@example.org
|The LSE Growth Commission is funded by the Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).|
This event will take place in Conference Room, LRB 405, 4th Floor, Lionel Robbins Building, LSE, entrance in 10 Portugal Street, London WC2A 2HD.The building is labelled on the map.