Education, health and economic growth in Algeria: Econometric study ‎using the ARDL model

  • ISSOLAH Fatiha National Higher School of Statistics and Applied Economocs, Algeria
  • DJEMACI Brahim University of Boumerdes
  • KERTOUS Mourad University of Brest, France
Keywords: human development, education, economic growth, Algeria, ARDL models

Abstract

 Human development is an instrument for measuring and assessing the degree of success of countries in meeting the socio-economic needs of their populations. The objective of this study is to analyze the impact of human capital development on growth economy in Algeria, through the presentation of different empirical studies and an econometric analysis of ARDL models, over the period from 1986 to 2017. The results of the study confirm the existence of a positive relationship between primary and secondary school enrollment on economic growth and a negative effect of health spending on economic growth

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2021-01-27
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Fatiha , I., Brahim , D., & Mourad , K. (2021). Education, health and economic growth in Algeria: Econometric study ‎using the ARDL model. Dirassat Journal Economic Issue, 12(1), 753-769. Retrieved from http://journals.lagh-univ.dz/index.php/djei/article/view/1124
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