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Does All Levels of Education Cause Growth? A Case Study of Indonesia

  • This research aims to determine the effect of different levels of education to economic growth, and how is the impact when the study is segregated by gender. Levels of education tested are primary, secondary, and tertiary. This research used secondary data obtained from various sources. Model in this research is analyzed with Ordinary Least Square (OLS) method to estimate the impact of independent variables to percapita gross domestic product. The results from this research shows that: (1) primary, secondary, and tertiary level of education positively and significantly affect per capita GDP in Indonesia. (2) primary level shows more impact to per capita GDP in Indonesia. (3) fertility rate on female negatively and significantly affect percapita gdp in Indonesia.

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Author:Aurora Tamara
Series (Serial Number):Skripsi (000004578)
Document Type:Bachelor Thesis (Skripsi)
Language:Indonesia
Year of Completion:2016
Year of first Publication:2016
Release Date:2020/10/01
Tag:Economic Growth, Percapita Gdp, Education, Gender, Ordinary Least Square Method
NPM :120210120100
Institution:Universitas Padjadjaran / Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis / Ekonomi Pembangunan
Licence (Indonesia):License LogoPeraturan Serah Simpan