Wider Benefits of Education

Scholarly article by John Bynner/Tom Schuller/Leon Feinstein dealing with two rather different senses of ‘wider benefits’:
 non-economic benefits, i.e. those which are not measured directly in terms of additional income or increased productivity and therefore contribute to the ‘quality of life’
 benefits above the level of the individual, i.e. from family/household through community to the wider society, as well as those accruing to individuals, and therefore contributing to ‘social cohesion’

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