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International Journal of Education Economics and Development

2009 - 2022

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Volume 1, issue 4, 2010

Scientific research in economic higher education in Romania pp. 297-305 Downloads
Camelia Stefanescu and Ana Munteanu
Appreciating social structures: a strategy for advancing the efficiency and effectiveness loci in organisation pp. 306-319 Downloads
Mambo G. Mupepi
Distance education in Eritrea: recent developments and future prospects pp. 320-337 Downloads
Ravinder Rena
Assessment in Nigerian schools: a counsellor's viewpoint pp. 338-347 Downloads
Adeyemi I. Idowu and Mary O. Esere
E-certification: financial analysis and European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) Hellas case pp. 348-365 Downloads
Vasileios Terzis and Anastasios Economides
Family characteristics, students' reading habits, environment and students' academic performance in Nigeria pp. 366-383 Downloads
Benjamin Ayodele Folorunso, Adeleke Aremo and Philips Opeyemi Abogan
Distance education: a model for Ethiopian University of Gondar pp. 384-400 Downloads
Udai Lal Paliwal
OSS systems, communities and innovations: emerging paradigm for development pp. 401-415 Downloads
Ravi Kumar Jain

Volume 1, issue 3, 2010

The education economics developing path in China: a study of mapping knowledge domains on the paper in Education and Economy from 1985 to 2008 pp. 201-214 Downloads
Huang Wei and Chen Yong
Earnings differentials in Botswana's labour market: private versus public sector pp. 215-226 Downloads
Happy K. Siphambe and Oratile Tlhobogang
Marketing education in Sarawak: some issues and challenges from the employers' perspectives pp. 227-242 Downloads
Lim Ai Ling, Margaret Lucy Gregory and Balakrishnan Muniapan
Female education inequality in Turkey: factors affecting girls' schooling decisions pp. 243-258 Downloads
Anil Duman
Mainstreaming the marginalised: Indian initiatives pp. 259-276 Downloads
Manju Narula
Paradigm shift in productivity of e-age banking: some evidence from the Indian banks pp. 277-295 Downloads
R.K. Uppal

Volume 1, issue 2, 2009

Adoption of Big Push hypothesis: evidence from the case of Botswana pp. 103-117 Downloads
Christopher Conrad and Kishore Kulkarni
Education policy analysis: the need to accelerate and redesign early childhood education preparation programmes pp. 118-141 Downloads
Nwachukwu Prince Ololube, Peter James Kpolovie and Daniel Elemchukwu Egbezor
Demographic dividend or deficit: insights from data on Indian labour pp. 142-155 Downloads
Paul G.D. Bino
Measuring the contribution of education to labour productivity in a developing economy pp. 156-165 Downloads
Harry Campbell
Foreign aid and child educational attainment in developing countries pp. 166-178 Downloads
Mak Arvin and Byron Lew
Is there any causality between human resource development and economic growth? A provincial case study on Pakistan pp. 179-200 Downloads
Muhammad Shahbaz, Naveed Aamir and Shaista Alam

Volume 1, issue 1, 2009

The role of vocational education and technical training in economic growth: a case of Botswana pp. 3-13 Downloads
Christopher Mupimpila and N. Narayana
Gender inequality in secondary and higher education of Eritrea – issues and perspectives pp. 14-35 Downloads
Ravinder Rena
Private higher education in India – changing scenario pp. 36-46 Downloads
Vibhuti Patel
Determination of academic pay in universities and colleges in UK under the new pay framework: the policy and practice pp. 47-65 Downloads
P. Geetha Rani
The inequality of opportunity to participate in Thailand higher education pp. 66-94 Downloads
Montchai Pinitjitsamut
Influence of information and communication technology on consumer purchasing behaviour in Calabar Urban, Cross River State, Nigeria pp. 95-102 Downloads
Chris Chukwurah
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