Did education play a role in England’s industrial revolution?

Joel Mokyr, Assaf Sarid and Karine van der Beek in this superb econ history piece looks at relationship between human capital and industrial revolution.

So far the idea is that school system did not play a role in industrial revolution. Mokyr et al present an alternative evidence:

One Response to “Did education play a role in England’s industrial revolution?”

  1. Link between education and the industrial revolution – Sharing Amol Agarwal’s post – Pallavi Singh Says:

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