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Prestige social des professions et substituabilité des filières universitaires en France au XXème siècle

Abstract : The social prestige associated to a profession, as well as the expected wage, is an important factor in the study choice. This paper aims at showing that two thematically different orientations in higher education can reveal substitutability as soon as they are associated to prestigious professions. The originality of our approach is to use cliometric tools to meet a microeconomic problem. Our results, applied to the French case, highlight a substitution relationship between legal and medical studies where the evolution of medical studies seems to be the starting point.
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Magali Jaoul-Grammare. Prestige social des professions et substituabilité des filières universitaires en France au XXème siècle. Economies et Sociétés. Série AF, Histoire Economique Quantitative, Presses de l'ISMEA / Presses universitaires de Grenoble 2014, pp.1309-1333. ⟨hal-01744651⟩

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