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2018 | Volume 6 (2018) Issue No. 2: Economic Growth, Innovations and Lobbying | 7-20
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Panel estimation for the relationship between education expenditure and economic growth for oecd countries

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Education, which is one of the important dynamics of human capital along with health, plays an important role in this context. Increasing the level of success comes through higher standards of education, recruitment of qualified workers, better employment opportunities and increased earnings which are significant contributors to growth and prosperity in OECD countries. In this study, the relationship between educational expenditures and economic growth for 19 selected OECD countries is analysed using the panel data method
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