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Guest Lecture: Assoc. Prof Sholeh Maani - Private Returns to Tertiary Education: How Does NZ Compare among the OECD Countries?

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Presentation material for Sholeh Maani's lecture 'Private Returns to Tertiary Education: How Does NZ Compare among the OECD Countries?', to be presented at the Treasury on 1 June 2012.

Biography

Associate Professor Sholeh Maani is a specialist in the Economics of Education and the Labour Market, at the University of Auckland Business School, the Economics Department. Her researched and published work includes: human capital and returns to education; participation in higher education; consequences of early school leaving; student access, finance and student loans; income distribution; Maori education; and the economic impact of immigration. She has an ongoing interest in the economics of higher education, and is the author of 'Investing in Minds: The Economics of Higher Education in New Zealand' (Institute of Policy Studies). She is co-editor of the Australian Journal of Labour Economics, and serves as a research advisor on labour market research and policy in New Zealand and overseas