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This presentation discussed the impact of investment in education on economic growth and social development in Kerala.

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  • If compared to Kerala we can see a decrease in death rates even in the last decades. In Kerala this decline stopped roughly in the late 70s.
    In addition the decline in birth rates is more remarkable in Kerala than in India.
  • Some critiques to the educational hypothesis refer to horizontal disparities.
    The table shows disparities in educational level among different social groups.
    More in general there are disparities across regions. In some districts, literacy rates for women are lower than those for mes. But if we compare data between India and Kerala, the latter performs better.
    There are still some marginalised communities and in these cases education is seen as the main opportunity for improvement.
    Some groups have lower literacy rates than others. The disparity is more evident especially on secondary education onwards.
    However, the report shows how these differences are reducing and shows optimism on possible improvements.

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  • 1. Education expansion in Kerala has done little to promote development London, 27/11/13 - SOAS- Panusit Chomanan & Beatrice Irullo Human capital and education
  • 2. Kerala
  • 3. Definitions
  • 4. Two-sided coin
  • 5. achievements
  • 6. Political - social change
  • 7. Social mobility
  • 8. Health: Infant MR decline in Kerala by: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report
  • 9. Coverage and child immunization and LBWB by district 1998-9 by: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report
  • 10. Gender Gap in life expetancy at birth 1993-7 by: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report
  • 11. Household nutrition by state by: DHS 2005 in Simister, J., (2011), 'Assessing the Kerala model'
  • 12. Total fertility Rate decline by: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report
  • 13. Horizontal disparities: Level of education among social group by: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report
  • 14. Slow growth
  • 15. GNP
  • 16. Sectoral contribution to NSDI 1993-94
  • 17. Foreign remittances and NSDP by: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report
  • 18. Growth rate of fiscal variables Since 2004-05 % by: Kerala public expenditure review committe, 2012 report
  • 19. Expenditure on pension schemes 2003 by: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report
  • 20. Expenditure on social security by: Kerala expenditure review committe, 2012 report
  • 21. Grants in Aid to universities by:Kerala expenditure review committe, 2012 report
  • 22. Export trend marine products by: MPDEA
  • 23. Conclusions
  • 24. References: Slide 4: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7c/Confusion.jpg Slide 5: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/59/Clown_in_surgery.jpg Slide 6: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Seabiscuit_winning_1940_SAH.jpg Slide 7: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report, p. 13 Slide 8: Spain_traffic_signal_s14a.svg Slide 9: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report: 26 Slide 10: ibid, p. 27 Slide 11: ibid, p.29 Slide 12: ibid, p. 25 Slide 13: DHS 2005 in Simister, J., (2011), 'Assessing the Kerala model', Journal of South Asian Development, 6: 8 Slide 14: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report: 24 Slide 15: ibid, p. 23 Slide 16-17: ibid, p. 22 Slide 18: ibid, p. 66 Slide 19: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Snail_%28PSF%29.png Slide 20: http://msuweb.montclair.edu/~franker/KeralaPapers/ParayilBookdecconf.pdf, p.4 Slide 22: Centre for Development studies (2005), Kerala Human Development report: 46 Slide 23: Kerala public expenditure review committe, December 2012 report: 10 Slide 24: ibid, p, 56 Slide 25: Kerala public expenditure review committe, December 2012 report: p. 54 Slide 27: ibid, p. 55 Slide 28: Economic review 2010 Slide 29: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Deep_in_thought.jpg?uselang=it Slide 31: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Vishnu_Theyyam.jpg London, 27/11/13 -SOAS- Panusit Chomanan & Beatrice Irullo Human capital and education
  • 25. Thank you