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Investigating the Impact of Economic Participation Rate and Women's Education on Economic Growth in (2002-2017) Case Study: South Asian Countries
Kateb Quarterly Scientific Research journal
The economic participation rate and education for women as a part of the human fund and human learning force can affect the economic growth of the country, that it mostly attracts the attention of investigators. To consider the importance of this issue; we have evaluated the effect of the economic participation rate and education for women on economic growth in the south of Asia. The main purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between economic participation rate and women'sdoi:10.32592/kqsrj.2020.7.16.3 fatcat:2q4xxypivradhgnktpyqyt6ptq