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Growing Income Inequalities
We review the economic literature on the impacts of the several dimensions of education upon intergenerational inequality persistency. It is firstly outlined that the critical increase in the population education level in all countries has not come with lower inequality. The basic tools of education and intergenerational mobility modelling are subsequently exposed (OLG, education functions, education decision making etc.). The following two theoretical sections analyse the cases in whichdoi:10.1057/9781137283306.0017 fatcat:4m4nrlnlnbfmhfaaiapwgl7e7a