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The Relationship Between Population Growth and the Expansion of Education Systems in Developing Countries 1950-1970

Richard Bilsborrow
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Richard Bilsborrow: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, U.S.A.

The Pakistan Development Review, 1978, vol. 17, issue 2, 212-232

Abstract: In the past two decades or so an education revolution has occurred in developing countries. Most people want education for their children and governments have responded to the rapidly growing demand by increasing the supply of educational services at a rate without precedent in human history.

Date: 1978
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