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Nakłady i koszty pracy nauczycieli akademickich
Inputs and labor costs academic teachers

Author(s): Urszula Sztanderska, Barbara Bobrowicz, Tomasz Gajderowicz, Marek Giergiczny
Subject(s): Economy
Published by: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego
Keywords: higher education; education costs; educational services market
Summary/Abstract: Costs related to undertaking studies are one of the less studied aspects of the growing interest in higher education in Poland. Every year, hundreds of thousands of households in Poland allocate considerable funds for this purpose. In order to continue their education, young people not only invest heavily, but also often postpone the decision to enter the labor market, and thus lose the income from work that they could obtain by becoming professionally active after graduating from secondary school. At the same time, significant funds for higher education are allocated by the state. The presented results of the analyzes were prepared as part of the research project "Social and economic determinants of study choices of people aged 19–30", carried out by a team from the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Warsaw at the request of the Educational Research Institute. The authors identify the mechanisms of contacts between the four main stakeholders of the education process at the higher level: public and private universities, students (and their households) and the state. Using the latest methodological approaches in the field of experimental economics and conditional choice, they attempt to measure the size, structure and differentiation of higher education costs from the perspective of both the student and the university.

  • Page Range: 271-328
  • Page Count: 58
  • Publication Year: 2017
  • Language: Polish