The study analyzes the relationship between the level of formal education in the countries of the European continent and the quality of their governments. A quantitative analysis establishes a correlation between early school drop-outs and government quality indicators. The present study analyzes a sample of 272 regions of European countries that have consolidated democracies. The study argues that the educational level of a country is the determining factor of the type of government quality that can be achieved by obtaining a country and, on the other hand, the government is not the only one or the main responsible for the educational quality of the country. country you are leading There is also a relationship between other percentages of "Ni-nis", as a consequence of early school leaving, and its harmful effects on the quality of a country's government.
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