The EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN MALAYSIA. A CASE STUDY OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
Keywords:Education, Economic Growth, Malaysia, Postgraduate Studies, Human Capital, Government Policies, Competitiveness
This case study examines the relationship between education and economic growth in Malaysia, with a focus on postgraduate studies. The study analyses the impact of postgraduate education on the economic growth of Malaysia and evaluates the part of education in enhancing human capital and driving economic development. The study uses a mixed-methods approach, including surveys and interviews, to collect data from postgraduate students, graduates, and employers in Malaysia. The findings indicate that postgraduate education has a positive effect on the economic growth of Malaysia, particularly in industries such as finance, technology, and healthcare. The study also highlights the importance of government policies and incentives to promote postgraduate education and enhance the quality of education in Malaysia. The study concludes that postgraduate education plays a crucial role in driving economic growth and enhancing the competitiveness of Malaysia in the global economy.