HUMAN CAPITAL AND DECENTRALIZATION OF EDUCATION (THE CASE OF TLAJOMULCO DE ZUNIGA JALISCO, MEXICO)
This paper aims to analyze and determine human capital in the process of education decentralization in Tlajomulco de Zuniga municipality (Jalisco, Mexico). This objective intends to confirm positive relationships between direct schooling-income intended to measure how variables impact and generate income variations directly in the progress of the project. The research is mainly empirical evidence through mathematical, statistical and economic analysis. The results confirm the theory of human capital through the impact of higher level of education on income of individuals in their work. In the case of Tlajomulco de Zuniga, the results show how it is important to invest in education from an early age because this will impact positively in the future of society as a whole.
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