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By Paul Glewwe, Harry Anthony Patrinos

ISBN-10: 0821341677

ISBN-13: 9780821341674

As a part of the restructuring of the tutorial procedure in 1989, the Vietnamese executive applied coverage alterations akin to selling the institution of "people's" and neighborhood academic associations, allowing the institution of non-public associations and reworking public associations into inner most ones. on account that Vietnam has only in the near past moved from a centrally deliberate to a industry economic climate, inner most colleges are nonetheless quite infrequent in Vietnam. This paper examines the character of personal education in Vietnam utilizing information from the 1992-93 Vietnam residing criteria Survey.

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No significant effects of religion or ethnicity are found, except that the Chinese have a higher level of schooling attainment and are more likely to attend private schools. Wage regressions indicate that individuals who attended private school receive higher wages than individuals with the same level of school attainment who attended public schools. The importance of parental education, especially mother's education, as a determinant of children's ultimate attainment is confirmed. One implication of this is that any targeting efforts, such as the provision of scholarships or vouchers, should consider using parental education to determine eligibility.

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Page 14 Table 5: Determinants of School Enrollment (Probit), Vietnam, 1992-93VariableCoefficientt-statisticImpact on ProbabilityMeanStd. 23 Source: VLSS 1992-93Notes: 1. Includes all children age 8 to 15; 2. The excluded dummy variables are Red River Delta (region), Vietnamese (ethnic group) and ''None" (religion); 3. "Impact on Probability" is the estimated impact of the variable on the probability of enrolling in school, evaluated at the mean values of other variables. For continuous variables, the estimated impact is for a one standard deviation increase in the value of the variable.

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