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determinants of public education expenditures
|Statement||Raquel Fernández, Richard Rogerson.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 5995, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 5995.|
|Contributions||Rogerson, Richard Donald., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
Higher Education Expenditures. State and Local Backgrounders Homepage. Higher education spending includes expenditures on the operation, maintenance, and construction of public community colleges, universities, and postgraduate institutions such as law and medical schools. 1 How much do state and local governments spend on higher education? through public health expenditure as well as government spending on education and other social services. Al- Yesufy () and Lawson () noted that education, health care, training and investment in social services enhances and improves the human capacity which has a spill over effect on economic growth.
This paper presents an analysis of the determinants of private investment in the Caribbean region, using data for the time period. Drawing on the endogenous growth literature, a model is developed to capture the impact of public education expenditure . Research Model. The health care expenditure increase factor model used in this study is shown in Table model classified determinants of health expenditure increases into 1) macro-environmental factors, such as population increase, GDP, and Price Index; 2) health policy factors, such as expansion of insurance coverage by insurer (government); and 3) induced demand factors .
Citizen perception of public service quality was examined to determine its relationship to demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of the community, variations in service expenditures, and quantitative service performance measures. The Bureau of the Census, state agencies, and a mail survey of residents in all North Carolina counties provided data on 5 public services: education, law. education, and primary education spending using cross-section data of Latin America countries. This study contributes to the existing literature by investigating the determinants of intergenerational educational mobility in the intertemporal and cross-country context using the.
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The Determinants of Public Education Expenditures: Evidence from the States, Raquel Fernandez, Richard Rogerson. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in April NBER Program(s):Public EconomicsCited by: The Determinants of Public Education Expenditures: An Empirical Analysis of Changing Patterns and Growth of Public Expenditure on Education in Kenya Article (PDF Available) October with.
of a larger effort in the department to analyze public expenditure issues. The study was funded by the Bank's Research Support Budget under the research project "Enhancing Urban Productivity: Determinants of Optimal Expenditure on Infrastructure, Human Resources, and Public Consumption Goods" (RPO ).
Copies of this paser are available free. This paper addresses the determinants of public expenditure policies, by reviewing theories and empirical investigations of what features explain the budget process and how the various attributes of actors—including politicians, bureaucrats, interest groups, and donors—and of institutions and political and economic governance environments affect the prioritization of public investments.
Summary of Public Education Expenditure Determinants 24 from Decision-Making Theory Summary of Political Theory’s Public Expenditure Determinants 29 Summary of Determinants Used in Empirical Studies on 32 Economic-Demographic Model Summary of Determinants Used in Empirical Studies on This paper examines the determinants of different public spending components in the OECD and MENA countries from a political economy perspective.
The authors primarily concentrate on partisan motivation approach. Yet, they control for macroeconomic and institutional variables besides the political economy variables in the estimations. This paper makes two important contributions. Firstly, it uncovers some of the main economic determinants driving the dynamics of public education spending in Europe.
Drawing mainly on the insights provided by Baumol’s cost theory, the baseline specification uses unit labour costs and real GDP per capita as its main determinants. Some important institutional rigidities are also highlighted. The positive direct effect of public education spending on growth can be diminished or even negated when other determinants of growth are negatively affected by general equilibrium adjustments.
We show that the response of growth to public education expenditures may be. The aim of this paper is to investigate the determinants of the public education expenditure in Malaysia during the period of 35 years from to This study intends to address the existing research gaps within Malaysia context that failed to receive much attention in the past.
Public Expenditure Determinants in Literature One of the controversial issues among researchers in the field of Public Finance is estimating the determinants of Government‟s expenditures. Martin and Lewis () believe that the nation‟s expenditures are not driven by its income, but more by the conception of the role of the state.
Ivo Bischoff & Ferry Prasetyia, "Determinants of local public expenditures on education: empirical evidence on Indonesian municipalities between and ," International Journal of Education Economics and Development, Inderscience Enterprises Ltd, vol. 10(2), pages Handle: RePEc:ids:ijeded:vyip DETERMINANTS OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE ON HEALTH IN INDIA: The Panel Data Estimates About the Institute The Institute for Studies in Industrial Development (ISID), successor to the Corporate Studies Group (CSG), is a national-level policy research organization in the public domain and is affiliated to.
Get this from a library. The determinants of public education expenditures: evidence from the states, [Raquel Fernandez; Richard Donald Rogerson; National Bureau of Economic Research.]. This integrative study builds on the established theories of public policy analysis, economics, and public finance by empirically investigating and analyzing the determinants of public expenditure on education in Thailand.
For the purposes of this study, it is posited that education expenditures are determined by multidimensional factors. Methods: The study population comprised the data of the 35 OECD countries. In the study, health expenditure as a share of gross domestic product was the dependent variable while gross domestic product per capita, percentage of total population covered by public and private insurance, out-of-pocket health expenditure as percentage of total expenditure on health, age dependency ratio, life.
This paper analyses the efficiency of public spending in the education and health sectors of Cameroon, Chad and Central African Republic. It also examines the institution and economic factors influencing spending efficiency in these sectors in the countries selected for the period – The public sector efficiency scores are estimated in the first stage by using the non.
Education expenditures are from public revenue sources (governments) and private revenue sources, and they include current and capital expenditures. Private sources include payments from households for school-based expenses such as tuition, transportation fees, book rentals, and food services, as well as public funding via subsidies to.
Graph 1 Education Expenditures of the Government in Colombia Source: UNICEF, Division of Policy and Practice, Statistics and Monitoring Section,May The public expenditure per capita as a percentage of the GDP in was estimated in %. But participation rates still remained very low for this same year.
Get this from a library. The determinants of public education expenditures: evidence from the states, [Raquel Fernandez; Richard Donald Rogerson; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: We examine a panel data set for the US states over the period and use it to assess the effects of growth in personal income and number of students on expenditure on public.
The relationship between public services and public characteristics is estimated, and both the "own" and the "cross "-effects of public services are found to be empirically significant. Increases in expenditures between and are found to largely reflect increases in quantities of education services and in prices of police services.
The determinants of support examined include various sociodemographic factors such as age cohort, gender, education, level of income, and occupational sector (public v.
private); the level of informedness concerning each initiative; perceptions of self interest; and various political indicators, including partisan identification, ideology.The variables used for the determinants of public expenditure size were tested for stationarity.
The Augmented Dickey–Fuller test and Phillips–Peron test were used for all the variables used as determinants of public expenditure, one complementing (confirming) the other. Table 1 shows the stationarity of all the variables.
Using a panel of 15 major states from India, this paper examines patterns and changes in the allocation of government funds for education, particularly higher education, over a span of two decades, before and after the introduction of the new economic policies.
State real per capita income, with elasticity less than one, is found to significantly enhance educational expenditure at the.