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Department of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences International Islamic University Islamabad

Course outline Economics of Education (MS)

Dr. Amajd Ali Arain
Course Title: Economics of Education Introduction: Economics of Education is an emerging field of study in the world. In many advanced countries this subject has gained special status as a field of research. This course will broaden their horizon and will provide essential competencies in the field of economics of education. This course will serve as a foundation to advance and apply knowledge and skills in the field of economics of education and research. Course objectives:The principal objectives of teaching Economics of Education course at MS. level are: To develop an in depth understanding of Economics of Education To equip students with the basics Themes and Principles of Economics To identify and explain the investment/ cost and production of education To provide an understanding of different types of resource in education To prepare students for an effective allocation and management of resources To broaden the understanding of Market and its importance for all stakeholders in Education Unit 1 Introduction Course code: ED-.......

a) Introduction and Scope of Economics of Education b) Economic Value of Education c) Islam, Education and Economics d) Inputs and Outputs of Education Unit 2 Themes of Economics

a) Micro-economics b) Macro-economics c) Market and its Types

d) Capital and its Types e) Growth f) Production g) Supply and Demand h) Elasticity of Demand i) Opportunity cost j) Societal Values k) Efficiency l) Equity m) Knowledge Economy Unit 3 Investing in Education

a) Human Capital and Economic Growth, Productivity b) Direct and Indirect Cost c) Cost-Benefit and Cost-effectiveness Analysis d) Estimating the Costs of Education Inputs e) Education as both Input and Output f) Educational Attainment and Earnings g) Estimation of private and social returns of different types of education Unit 4 Financing of education

a) History of Education Budget in Pakistan b) Financing of Education in Pakistan: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary c) Comparison of Budget Allocations in Pakistan and Other Countries d) Analysis of Education Policy and Recent Reforms e) Financing, Funding and Supporting Education at Institutional Level Unit 5 Education, market and society

a) Non-Profit and For-Profit Institutions b) Economic Productivity of Public and Private Sector institutions c) Education Market at National and International Levels d) Non-Graduate and Graduate Labour Market in Pakistan e) Teachers in Public and Private Sectors: Issues of Supply and Demand References:Asadullah Niaz (2009) Returns to private and public education in Bangladesh and Pakistan: A comparative analysis, Journal of Asian Economics Volume 20, Issue 1, January 2009, Pages 7786

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