Il problema dei fuori corso e la riforma 3+2. Una indagine sui corsi di laurea di economia
Caterina Conigliani and
Rivista di Politica Economica, 2013, issue 3, 61-80
The article offers an analysis of the actual time taken by students to obtain a degree from Faculties of Economics after the reform of the higher education system, the so-called 3+2 reform. The limited time since the implementation of the reform has prompted our focus on the initial 3-year course of studies. The persistence after the reform of a large number of students who have not completed their studies within the standard period of time, gender differences and considerable geographical disparities, with especially weak performance in southern Italy, are the main findings of the study. The conclusions underscore the need for policy action.
Keywords: higher education; education policy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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