education latest publications
Recently, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and the Fundación Santillana presented the “OECD Skills Strategy 2019” report, drafted under the supervision of Montserrat Gomendio, Head of the OECD's Centre for Skills.
Colombia’s entry into the OECD, which was announced a couple of weeks ago, is good news, as I said in a previous column, both for what we have done and what we are going to do to look good in the photo of the countries with best practices.
Using data from the Economically Active Population Survey (EPA), this study expands the annual series on the education level of the population of Spain and its regions up to 2016 that were created by de la Fuente and Doménech (2016) for the period between 1960 and 2011.
March 16, 2018
Colombia | It’s not just going to school: it’s going to learn and build up human capital
It’s been some time since I last read a title of a study that I like and share so much: “Learning to make the promise of education come true.”
En este trabajo se construyen series anuales del nivel educativo de la población para España y sus regiones durante el período 1960-2011 utilizando la información que proporcionan los censos de población. Estas series actualizan y mejoran las elaboradas en de la Fuente y Doménech (2006). JEL: I20, R10, O40.
The United Nations has decided to proclaim 18 December International Migrants Day. The organization estimates there are close to 232 million migrants in the world, of whom 11.7 million were born in Mexico (5.0%). The search for better economic and living conditions is driving international migration, which is targeted mainl…