IARIW Session on Human Capital Measurement at 2017 ISI World Statistics Congress

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  • Author: Statistics View
  • Date: 24 May 2017

The International Association for Research in Income and Wealth will be hosting a session on Human Capital Measurement organised by Past IARIW Chair Barbara Fraumeni at the forthcoming ISI World Statistics Congress in Marrakesh, Morocco from 16 to 21 July 2017.

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The chair will be Andrew Sharpe, Executive Director of the Centre for the Study of Living Standards, Canada, with Review of Income and Wealth editor Prasada Rao from the School of Economics, University of Queensland, Australia as the discussant.

The proposed programme is:

“Human Capital Around the World” by Barbara Fraumeni (Central University for Finance and Economics, China)

“Human Capital in the Inclsuvie Wealth Report 2017” by Shunsuke Managi (Kyushu University, Japan)

“Conclusions from the UNECE Task Force Guide on Measuring Human Capital” by Ann Lisbet Brathaug (Statistics Norway)

“Human Capital in India” by Haripraya Gundimeda (Indian Institute of Technology)

“Regional Distribution and Dynamics of Human Capital in China 1985-2014: Education, Urbanization, and Aging of the Population” by Haizheng Li (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States and Central University for Finance and Economics, China), Junzi He (Central University for Finance and Economics, China), Qinyi Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology, United States and Hunan University, China), Barbara Fraumeni (Central University for Finance and Economics, China), and Xiang Zheng (Boston College, United States)

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