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|Title:||Overeducation of tertiary education graduates in Slovakia: relationship with the field of study|
|Citation:||Martinák D. (2020), Overeducation of tertiary education graduates in Slovakia: relationship with the field of study, Sinappsi, X, n.3, pp. 80-97 <http://oa.inapp.org/xmlui/handle/20.500.12916/817>|
|Abstract:||The main objective of the analysis is to explore the role of the field of study indetermining the overeducation of tertiary education grad- uates. The individual-level analysis of overeducation determinants is performed on Slovak Labour Force Survey. We use a probit model with sample selection to take into account the selection of graduates into employment. The results suggest a strong relationship between study fields and overeducation risk. In particular, graduates in ICT; Arts and Humanities; and Education are less likely to become overeducated. The opposite is true for graduates in Services. Furthermore, we found evi- dence that some field of study effects are gender-specific. We also ex- plore the role of labour shortages as an important channel through which field of study affects overeducation risk. Finally, based on ob- served empirical results implications for educational and labour mar- ket policies are suggested.|
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