The Nexus between Female Secondary Education and Economic Growth of Pakistan

Arshad Ali

Abstract


The main focusing of this study is to examine empirically the interdependence between female secondary school enrollment and economic growth of Pakistan taking the period of 1975-2014. The variables of the series passed the test of stationary by the first difference as found by the ADF and PP test. Therefore, by employing the Johansen test of cointegration, the result shows that female secondary school enrollment and labor employment have insignificantly long run positive influence on economic growth, however, capital formation has significantly positive impact on economic growth of Pakistan. The Granger causality test based on VECM shows that female secondary school enrollment and GDP have long run two-way causality, however, the short run bidirectional causality does not exist but unidirectional short run causality, which is running from GDP to female secondary school enrollment.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21015/vtess.v12i2.448

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