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Nhan đề: Quasi-experimental evidence on the political impacts of education in Vietnam
Tác giả: Thang, Dang
Từ khoá: Education
Political outcomes
Regression discontinuity
Vietnam
Năm xuất bản: Jan-2017
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: ;pp. 1 - 30
Tóm tắt: In this study, I estimate the causal effects of education on political outcomes in Vietnam using data from Vietnam’s World Values Survey. To address the potential endogeneity problem of education, I employs the 1991 compulsory schooling reform in Vietnam to instrument for exogenous changes in schooling years with a regression discontinuity design. I find that in general education does cause favorable impacts on political outcomes in Vietnam using the whole sample. In particular, one more year of schooling results in increases in the probabilities of political concern and political participation by about 6–12% points and 6–8% points, respectively. However, I strikingly find that for those whose at least lower secondary degree, more schooling years they achieve less political concern they have.
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