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Whether, therefore, education can playa role in promoting economic development or in hindering such development is something which cannot be assessed using the crude quantitative techniques of economics. In this respect I concur fully with Balogh's assessment (1974) of the economics of education as being too 'mechanistic' to grasp the subtleties of the education-development equation. The issue must be examined against a broader understanding of the interconnections which bind education into the fabric of different types of social structure.

Capitalist industry has given way through the spreading of share 38 Education, Social Structure and Development ownership and technical change to corporate industry (see Galbraith, 1971). 2. The basis of social conftict is no longer the division of society into c1asses; rather it is the outcome of different social groups carrying different amounts of authority (see Dahrendorf, 1959). 3. The anarchy of the market mechanisms of capital formation have given way to planning in which the state plays a crucial role.

2. The basis of social conftict is no longer the division of society into c1asses; rather it is the outcome of different social groups carrying different amounts of authority (see Dahrendorf, 1959). 3. The anarchy of the market mechanisms of capital formation have given way to planning in which the state plays a crucial role. Such views do not go unchallenged (see Miliband, 1973; Westergaard and Resler, 1975). Modern capitalist society can still be portrayed, irrespective of its different appearances in different societies, as driven by the logic of the need for profits, necessarily inegalitarian and essentially exploitative.

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