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Author: Tony White
ISBN: 1902448553
Language: English
Pages: 336 pages
Category: Economics
Publisher: Institute of Public Administration (October 5, 2001)
Rating: 4.2
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Investing in People: In the 1960s Ireland had a small élite system of higher education based mainly on four university . This book is the first to provide a comprehensive study of the origins and growth of mass higher education in the Republic of Ireland.

Investing in People: In the 1960s Ireland had a small élite system of higher education based mainly on four university colleges. A generation later it had a well-developed system of mass higher education. This is the story of how the transformation was accomplished. Contact with OECD and the introduction of economic planning in the 1960s influenced ministers and the Department of Education to take an initiative in third-level education.

He favoured empirical education economics in Ireland and development economics . White, Tony; Institute of Public Administration (Ireland) (2001). Investing in people: higher education in Ireland from 1960 to 2000. Institute of Public Administration.

He favoured empirical education economics in Ireland and development economics flowing from investment in science one of the most respected and influential social and economic thinkers during the critical period of the Sixties, when Ireland's economic foundations were laid. A Professor of Political Economy at University College Dublin until 1980, he was a civil servant for over a decade, served as chairman of Aer Lingus and Aer Rianta and was deputy chairman of AIB Group.

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Investing in people: higher education in Ireland from 1960 to 2000. Lynch, Patrick; Vaizey, John (1960). Guinness's Brewery Irish Economy, 1759-1876. p. 32. ISBN 978-1-902448-55-8. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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