Articles from The Centre for Education Economics (CfEE)

Collation and analysis of economic research addressed improving policy and practice in education

CfEE's new Monthly Research Digest – a collation and analysis of economic research addressed improving policy and practice in education

The achievement-wellbeing trade-off in education

New research from the Centre for Education Economics (CfEE) questions received wisdom about the relationship between wellbeing and learning.

What works in gifted education?

New research from the Centre for Education Economics (CfEE) points to ways beyond the stalemate in gifted education.

The state of education provision across the developing world

“Developing” countries (those below the $12,000 per capita income threshold for rich countries) make up 36 per cent of the world economy, but 83 per cent of world population, and 87 per cent of the world’s school pupils. Identifying and tackling the matrix of factors that contribute to the massive waste of human and social capital implicit in these figures is one of the great reform challenges of our times.

Ground-breaking analysis of 10,500 companies reveals training programmes that helps firms grow

Based on a quantitative analysis of 10,500 companies, ground-breaking research from the Centre for Education Economics finds that:

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