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    Title: 大學排名、地區對勞動市場表現的影響:配對法的應用
    The effects of college selectivity and college location on wages: a matching approach
    Authors: 周冠甫
    Chou, Guan-Fu
    Contributors: 陳鎮洲
    Chen, Jenn-Jou
    Chou, Guan-Fu
    Keywords: 大學選校決策
    College Attendance Choice
    Date: 2023
    Issue Date: 2023-12-01 11:53:16 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究使用台灣教育長期追蹤資料庫(TEPS)和台灣教育長期追蹤資料庫後續調查(TEPS-B)探討大學排名和地區與薪水之間的因果關係。分析過程中使用配對法處理選擇性偏誤的問題。研究結果顯示,對於非理工科系的學生,除了私立中段和後段大學之外,排名與薪水之間沒有顯著的因果關係。另外,就讀台北或新北市的大學並沒有對薪水產生正向影響。因此,對於非理工科系的學生,選擇大學應考慮多元層面。最後,回應本研究的理論架構,大學排名、地區與薪水的關係並沒有體現人力資本理論與篩選理論。
    This research investigates the causal relationships among the selectivity and geographic location of college and wages by using the Taiwan Education Panel Survey (TEPS) and Taiwan Education Panel Survey and Beyond (TEPS-B). The results show no significant causal relationship between college selectivity and wages, except for private middle colleges and private bottom colleges. As a result, differences in wages are not clearly caused by college. Moreover, for non-STEM students in Taiwan, attending a college in Taipei or New Taipei City does not exhibit a significant influence on wages. Thus, decisions of college attendance should consider more diverse aspects. In conclusion, the human capital theory and screening theory seem to be limited at explaining the correlation among college selectivity, location, and wages.
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