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Research "Firms, Workers, and Human Capital in Ghanaian Manufacturing "

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Firms, Workers, and Human Capital in Ghanaian Manufacturing My model is a much simplified version of so-called “multicommunity” models. I maintain the usual assumptions that the number of communities is fixed and finite, and that access to desirable communities is rationed through the real estate market.19 There is no private sector that would de-link school quality from residential location. Although some authors (i.e. Epple and Zelenitz, 1981) include a supply side of the housing market, I assume that communities are endowed with perfectly inelastic stocks of identical houses....

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