The Role of Education and Human Capital for Economic Growth in Middle Income Countries: Egypt's Case

@inproceedings{Semmler2006TheRO,
  title={The Role of Education and Human Capital for Economic Growth in Middle Income Countries: Egypt's Case},
  author={Willi Semmler},
  year={2006}
}
The paper studies the role of education and human capital for economic growth of a medium income country. Empirical cross section studies on the sources of growth in general and in education, human capital and growth specifically, have not been able to form a consensus on the causality between human capital and growth. This paper employs a time series perspective on this issue and uses the most comprehensive data available on a middle income country. We use the example of Egyptian economy and… CONTINUE READING

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