I am looking to find a PhD program in either economics with an education concentration (i.e. similar to an economics of education program) or a labor economics program that have reputed practitioners in either of these respective fields. I am finding that most of the hits I get in my PhD searches in European universities are in either economics or public policy, but I thought it might be more useful to use the hive mind community here for some guidance.
In the case that there are a number of programs that fit what I'm looking for, could you kindly rate them by order of contributions to policy-making in their respective (directly or indirectly) followed by academic contributions.
Many thanks in advance.
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