Corpus ID: 15959975

Impact of vocational training and skill development on economic growth in Pakistan

@article{Khilji2012ImpactOV,
  title={Impact of vocational training and skill development on economic growth in Pakistan},
  author={Bashir Ahmad Khilji and Zaheer Khan Kakar and Sabahat Subhan},
  journal={World applied sciences journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={17}
}
Human capital is an essential determinant of economic growth. It’s comprised of different factors like education, health, migration, vocational training, and[information technology] IT development. Vocational training and skill development are among them. Vocational training improves the productivity and enhances the efficiency of the labour force for better participation in economic development. The objective of this study is to determine the impact of vocational training on economic growth of… Expand

Tables from this paper

Impact of Human Capital Development on Economic Growth of Pakistan: A Public Expenditure Approach
This study was undertaken to ascertain the relationship between human capital development and economic growth of Pakistan. Particularly, we were interested to find out the impacts of expenditures onExpand
The Impact of Mini Vocational and Educational Training (VET) Policy Implementation on Economic Growth in East Java Indonesia, 2014-2019
Mini Vocational and Educational Training (VET) is one the East Java Provincial Government programs, which is expected to accommodate islamic boarding school (pondok pesantren/Ponpes) graduates toExpand
Effects of health on changing labor force participation in Pakistan
TLDR
The study confirms that Pakistan did not enjoy substantial growth benefits related to health care because human capital, trade openness, public investment and infant mortality rate have a negative impact on labor force participation rate. Expand
Exploring Factors Influencing Employability of Vocational Training Graduates in Pakistan: A Factor Analysis
This study was conducted to explore factors influencing the employability of vocational education graduates in Pakistan. Data were collected from 141 teachers. The data were analyzed using factorExpand
Vocational agriculture and entrepreneurship aspirations among university students in Nigeria
ABSTRACT Nigeria is a developing nation, having ample resources that could help grow and sustain agricultural enterprises and ensure job creation. However, the increasing number of graduates ofExpand
Econometric Measurement of Earning Differentials for the Workforce Working in Technical Educational Institutes of Lahore
Despite of the large number of studies related to earning differentials there are very few studies that attempts to estimate earning differentials for the workforce working in technical educationExpand
Human resource development through technical and vocational education and trainings (TVET) system in Baluchistan: A critical SWOT analysis
Human resource development (HRD) through technical and vocational education and training (TVET) consists upon provision of different skill trades through provincial and federal TVETExpand
A conceptual framework for examining HRD and NHRD linkages and outcomes: Review of TVET literature
Purpose – This paper aims to review technical vocational education and training (TVET) literature, identify different components of the TVET system and develop a conceptual framework that integratesExpand
The Long run impact of technical and vocational education and training in Pakistan
The Long Run Impact of Technical and Vocational Education and Training in Pakistan: An ARDL approach
View of Education development in Oman
This article provides a description and analysis of the development of the education system and its stages in the context of Oman, at the level of formal school. This descriptive analysis constitutesExpand
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 12 REFERENCES
Vocational Education and Training - An Engine for Economic Growth and a Vehicle for Social Inclusion?
Vocational education and training (VET) has in recent years enjoyed a revival for two major reasons. Firstly, it is regarded as a suitable means of promoting economic growth. Secondly, it is seen asExpand
Skills and Competitiveness: Can Pakistan Break Out of the Low-Level Skills Trap?
The paper argues that if Pakistan is to survive and prosper under the competitive conditions of the new global economy, then it must move away from its overwhelming dependence on “cottonomics” intoExpand
Schooling, Experience, and Earnings
Analyzes the distribution of worker earnings across workers and over the working age as consequences of differential investments in human capital. The study also develops the human capital earningsExpand
A Contribution to the Theory of Economic Growth
I. Introduction, 65. — II. A model of long-run growth, 66. — III. Possible growth patterns, 68. — IV. Examples, 73. — V. Behavior of interest and wage rates, 78. — VI. Extensions, 85. — VII.Expand
Vocational Education and Skills advancement , the existing vocational and technical Development : A Case of Pakistan
  • 2007
Acquiring Skills: labour in economic activity motivates them to improve Market Failures, Their Symptoms and Policy their own skill and efficiency so they can participate more Responses
  • 1996
A relevant fields in a more systematic and scientific Contribution to the Empirics of Growth . Quarterly manner
  • Journal of Economics
  • 1992
22667) (18050.7) (0.32753) (232.649) (0.67596) (0
  • 22667) (18050.7) (0.32753) (232.649) (0.67596) (0
  • 1413
...
1
2
...