Education, Human Capital, Technology and Economic Growth in Malaysia

Danyswara Madyasta, Yenni Fayanni


Abstract: This study aims to determine the impact of education, human resources, and technology on economic growth in Malaysia using annual time series data for the period 1984-2019. This study uses an autoregressive distribution gap to cointegration approach to examine the relationship between human capital education, technology, and economic growth. The estimation results show that human resources in the form of middle and high school participation have a significant positive effect on economic growth. Based on the results of our research, it can be concluded that education has a significant impact on economic growth
in Malaysia.

Keywords: Education, Human capital, Technology, Economic Growth

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