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Equity in educational expenditures in the Middle East and North Africa

AysД±it Tansel

Equity in educational expenditures in the Middle East and North Africa

by AysД±it Tansel

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Published by Economic Research Forum for the Arab Countries, Iran & Turkey in Cairo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 2011. 1 microfiche. Master microform held by: DLC.

StatementAysit Tansel and Abbas Kazemi
SeriesWorking paper series -- 9628
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2011/52055 (L)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24919593M
LC Control Number2011334384

THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA (MENA) STEPHEN P. HEYNEMAN* The World Bank, Washington D.C. , U.S.A. Abstract - The quality of education is an issue in every region undergoing economic change, hence it is a universal issue. T1 - Equality of opportunity in educational achievement in the Middle East and North Africa. AU - Salehi-Isfahani, Djavad. AU - Hassine, Nadia Belhaj. AU - Assaad, Ragui. PY - /11/7. Y1 - /11/7. N2 - This paper is an empirical investigation of inequality of education opportunities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

  The book includes chapters dealing with data issues and the measurement of the key variables in health equity analysis. (Part i), quantitative techniques for interpreting and presenting health equity data (Part ii), and the application of these techniques in the analysis of equity in health care utilization and health care spending (Part iii). Educational equity, also referred to as "Equity in education", is a measure of achievement, fairness, and opportunity in study of education equity is often linked with the study of excellence and equity.. Educational equity depends on two main factors. The first is fairness, which implies that factors specific to one's personal conditions should not interfere with the potential.

PwC Middle East launched its latest report in a series entitled “Understanding Middle East Education”, focusing on Egypt’s education system. The report provides a full analysis on Egypt’s education system across its multiple stages with forecasts of seats needed till /23; highlighting the growth opportunities of private sector provision. c. Studies have shown that every 10% increase in the level of maternal education led to a reduction in the infant mortality rate by deaths per 1, live births. d. Studies have shown that more than half of million under-5 deaths that were averted between and were attributable to the higher education of women of reproductive age.


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Equity in educational expenditures in the Middle East and North Africa by AysД±it Tansel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Equity in Educational Expenditures in The Middle East & North Africa. The book has two parts. Part I surveys the performance of the labour markets for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA. This book explores the prospects for higher education development in the Middle East and North African (MENA) region.

Adopting a South-South perspective (from the viewpoint of a developing country), it seeks to promote a deeper understanding of this colourful and highly diverse, yet volatile. Education in the Middle East and North Africa: a strategy towards learning for development (Arabic) Abstract.

One challenge facing countries in the Middle East and North Africa is born of the region's success over the past decades. In most countries, central governments made great efforts to extend access to basic education to all children.

Oxford Studies in Comparative Education Aspects of Education in the Middle East and North Africa Edited by COLIN BROCK & LILA ZIA LEVERS.

paperback pages, £, ISBN Cited by: 7. Equity in tertiary education varies by country and region, including in the Middle East and North Africa. Research has demonstrated that access to tertiary education is correlated to family 1 Jagbans Balbir, ³Fifty Years of International Co-Operation for the Development of Higher Education´ 2 Ibid, Education in the Middle East and North Africa: a strategy towards learning for development (English) Abstract.

One challenge facing countries in the Middle East and North Africa is born of the region's success over the past decades. In most countries, central governments made great efforts to extend access to basic education to all children.

In this paper, I describe the employment problems of Middle Eastern youth in terms of a credentialist equilibrium, in which investments in education have mainly served to secure desired public sector jobs. These problems are low productivity of education, high youth unemployment, and long waiting times between graduation and a first job as youth queue for public sector jobs.

O O Fig. Growth of GDP per worker by region. THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA (MENA) South Ma Middle East ar 0 50 Note: Middle East 8 North Africa includes Algeria. Egypt, Jordan. Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, and United Mb Emirates.

The Middle East and North Africa: A Region Gathering Strength 1 Private Equity in the Middle East: Gathering Strength as New Opportunities Unfold The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is generally rebounding from the surprisingly sharp tailspin that rocked the oil.

The UNESCO Office in Dakar and Regional Bureau for Education in Africa (UNESCO-BREDA) is the largest UNESCO Office in Africa.

Created in initially to deal with educational planning in sub-Saharan Africa, the Office has progressively extended its activities to include science, human and social sciences, culture, communication and information. Having begun in the late s, the private equity industry in the Middle East and North Africa has a shorter history than most emerging market regions.

In its earliest days, the asset class received a significant amount of interest from local—primarily GCC-based— limited partners, which led to a large number of first-time funds raising a.

The chapters in this volume do not represent the whole of the Middle East and North Africa, as such a collection would have been too large for one volume. Rather, the selection here is intended to present different perspectives on a range of educational issues, relevant to a particular focus or country, or common to a number of countries in the Format: Paperback.

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is a diverse region whose development potential has yet to be fully unleashed. Despite current geopolitical challenges, countries in the region benefit from a privileged geographic location situated at the crossroads of Europe, Africa and Asia; a.

The chapters in this volume do not represent the whole of the Middle East and North Africa, as such a collection would have been too large for one volume. Rather, the selection here is intended to present different perspectives on a range of educational issues, relevant to a particular focus or country, or common to a number of countries in the area.

THE InVEsTmEnT CasE For EduCaTIon and EquITy v Equity in resource distribution to regions, schools and grades 63 Geographical distribution issues 63 distribution across grades within schools 66 distribution inequity in textbook allocation 66 Challenges with transforming resources into outcomes 68 demand-side challenges This paper reviews the experience of the Middle East and North Africa region in education attainment over the past four decades ().

Access and Equity in Basic Education. : Education:: Primary Education. : Education:: Education For All. and an expanded set of household income and expenditure surveys. "Educational outcomes have not provided youth with the skills sought out by private sector employers in the region." Gender.

The right to education is regarded as necessary for women in the Middle East and North Africa. The importance of education for women is to enable them become good mothers for the future and active members in society. Unicef default logo Middle East and North Africa.

Toggle navigation. Unicef default logo Middle East and North Africa. Progress for Children with Equity in the Middle East and North Africa. February by This ambitious global agenda addresses a range of social rights including education, health and social protection.

Building. The Middle East & North Africa's (MENA) competitive landscape features a diverse mix of global construction companies in project roles, with major Asian contractors undertaking key project roles alongside domestic contractors. Domestic financiers account for the bulk of.

A new IFC report finds that Africa needs substantial private investment to meet growing demand for health care. IFC estimates that over the next decade, $$30 billion in new investment will be needed to meet Africa’s health care demand. Research on educational quality has been scarce in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, whereas the debates over educational quality date from in the USA with the Coleman Report.ISSN: X (Print) (ebook) Many consider the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region as one of the most important emerging parts of the world economy in the 21st century.

MENA is also strategically vital as it produces the majority of the world’s oil.Education has a large untapped potential to contribute to human capital, well-being, and wealth in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). It had been at the heart of the region’s history and civilizations for centuries.

The region invested heavily in education for decades but has not been able to reap the benefits of its investments.