Review of the week 1: Education and economic mobility in Canada

As I’ve mentionned before, a teacher of mine is trying out a new class this semester, and it basically goes like this:

Read published paper as homework => teacher R1’s the paper => next paper.

This is going to be the first in a series of posts outlining the badeconomics in published academic literature. I can’t take credit for these posts, I’m laying out the arguments of someone with decades of experience. Take these as just incredibly distilled class notes that happen to fit /r/BE ‘s model perfectly.The article we’re going to look at today is "Expansion and Ascription: Trends in […]