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Promoting Effective Schooling through Education Decentralization in Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Philippines

Promoting Effective Schooling through Education Decentralization in Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Philippines

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This paper is a synopsis of country studies that gathered secondary data and information from Bangladesh, Indonesia and Philippines as part of the ADB project "The Role of Education Decentralization in Promoting Effective Schooling in Selected DMCs."
This paper is a synopsis of country studies that gathered secondary data and information from Bangladesh, Indonesia and Philippines as part of the ADB project "The Role of Education Decentralization in Promoting Effective Schooling in Selected DMCs."

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Published by: Asian Development Bank on Jul 15, 2013
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ECONOMICSAND RESEARCH DEPARTMENT
ERD WORKING PAPER SERIES NO. 23
Jere R. BehrmanAnil B. Deolalikar Lee-Ying Soon
September 2002
 Asian Development Bank 
Promoting EffectiveSchooling through EducationDecentralizationin Bangladesh, Indonesia,and Philippines
 
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ERD Working Paper No. 23
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ROMOTING
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FFECTIVE
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CHOOLINGTHROUGH
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DUCATION
D
ECENTRALIZATIONIN
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ANGLADESH
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NDONESIA
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HILIPPINES
Jere R. BehrmanAnil B. DeolalikarLee-Ying Soon
September 2002
Jere R. Behrman is William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Economics and Director of the Population StudiesCenter, University of Pennsylvania. Anil B. Deolalikar is Professor of Economics and Director of South AsiaCenter, University of Washington. Lee-Ying Soon is Associate Professor of Economics, Nanyang TechnologicalUniversity, Singapore. The authors are international consultants for TA 5617-REG:
 Financing Human Resource Development in Asia
. The authors thank Rana Hasan, Shew-Huei Kuo, and her colleagues at the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for useful comments during the course of the project. The authors alone,and not ADB, are responsible for the content of this paper.
 
ERD Working Paper No. 20
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 Asian Development BankP.O. Box 7890980 ManilaPhilippines
2002 by Asian Development BankSeptember 2002ISSN 1655-5252The views expressed in this paperare those of the author(s) and do notnecessarily reflect the views or policiesof the Asian Development Bank.

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