The impact of students' enrollment in technical vocational education on the economic growth: evidence from MENA counties

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Authors: Eman Elish and Hany ElShamy
Date: Spring 2016
From: International Journal of Business and Economics Perspectives(Vol. 11, Issue 1)
Publisher: International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines
Document Type: Report
Length: 5,717 words

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Abstract :

This study investigates the relationship between the students' enrollment in technical vocational education and economic growth in seven selected MENA countries over the period 2003-2013.The panel analysis uses fixed effect and random effect models. The results of this study revealed that there is a positive and significant relationship between the students ' enrolment in vocational education in secondary and upper secondary levels and economic growth, measured by per capita growth rate. Data analysis also revealed structural problems in this sector of education in funding, governance and linkage to labour market. Keywords: Technical vocational Education, human resource development, economic growth, MENA counties

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Source Citation
Elish, Eman, and Hany ElShamy. "The impact of students' enrollment in technical vocational education on the economic growth: evidence from MENA counties." International Journal of Business and Economics Perspectives, vol. 11, no. 1, spring 2016, pp. 65+. Accessed 25 Sept. 2021.
  

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