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M V BhatawdekarSubscribe to M V Bhatawdekar

Economic Growth and Educational Development-Lessons from the Case of Japan

Development Lessons from the Case of Japan M V Bhatawdekar Despite twenty years of planned development behind them, developing countries have not yet achieved the stage of self-sustained growth. This post-War experience could be interpreted in two ways.

Integration of Educational and Economic Plans

In order to integrate education into the economic plan of a country, one has necessarily to formulate answers to the questions: what numbers, and what kinds of education, are required to attain the socio- economic goals of the plan.
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