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Qureshi, Madeeha Gohar. 2012. “The Gender Differences in School Enrolment and Returns to Education in Pakistan”, Working Paper 2012:84, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/Working%20Paper/WorkingPaper-84.pdf

Ashraf, Javed. 2011. “New Evidence On The Rates Of Return To Education In Pakistan”. Global Journal Of Business Research 5 (3): 113-120. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1874301

Abbas, Q. and J. Foreman-Peck. 2008. “The Mincer Human Capital Model In Pakistan: Implications For Education Policy”. South Asia Economic Journal 9 (2): 435-462.

Jamal, Haroon. 2015. “Private Returns to Education in Pakistan: A Statistical Investigation”, Working Paper no.15-2, Centre for Business and Economics Research, Institute of Business Administration. https://cber.iba.edu.pk/workingpapers/working-papers15-2.pdf

Hyder, Asma. 2007. “Wage Differentials, Rate of Return to Education, and Occupational Wage Share in the Labour Market of Pakistan”, Working Paper 2007:17, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/Working%20Paper/Working%20Paper-17.pdf

Aslam, Monazza. 2009. “Education Gender Gaps In Pakistan: Is The Labor Market To Blame?”.Economic Development And Cultural Change 57 (4): 747-784. http://ceid.educ.cam.ac.uk/publications/MAslam_EdGenderGapsPak.pdf

Nazli, Hina. 2004. “The Effect Of Education, Experience And Occupation On Earnings: Evidence From Pakistan”. Lahore Journal Of Economics 9 (2). http://121.52.153.179/JOURNAL/Special%20Edition%202008/wwwroot/JOURNAL/vol9-NoII/Vol.9,No.2.pdf#page=7

Nasir, Zafar Mueen, and Nazli, Hina. 2000. “Education and Earnings in Pakistan”, Working Paper 2007:177, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. http://www.pide.org.pk/Research/Report177.pdf

Alderman, Harold, Jere R. Behrman, David R. Ross, and Richard Sabot. 1996. “TheReturns To Endogenous Human Capital In Pakistan’s Rural Wage Labour Market”. Oxford Bulletin Of Economics And Statistics 58 (1): 29-55. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1468-0084.1996.mp58001003.x/abstract

Behrman, Jere R., David Ross, and Richard Sabot. 2008. “Improving Quality Versus Increasing The Quantity Of Schooling: Estimates Of Rates Of Return From Rural Pakistan”. Journal Of Development Economics 85 (1-2): 94-104. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304-3878(06)00130-1

Psacharopoulos, George and Harry Anthony Patrinos. 2004. “Returns To Investment In Education: A Further Update”. Education Economics 12 (2): 111-134. http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTDEBTDEPT/Resources/468980-1170954447788/3430000-1273248341332/20100426_16.pdf

Hanushek, Eric.A and Ludgar Wößmann. 2007. Education Quality And Economic Growth. Washington: The World Bank. http://siteresources.worldbank.org/EDUCATION/Resources/278200-1099079877269/547664-1099079934475/Edu_Quality_Economic_Growth.pdf

Greenspan, Alan. 2000. “The Economic Importance of Improving Math-Science Education”. Speech, Committee on Education and the Workforce, U.S House of Representatives.

https://www.federalreserve.gov/boarddocs/testimony/2000/20000921.htm

Ahmed, Ayaz, and Ahsan, Henna. 2011. “Contribution of Services Sector in the Economy of Pakistan”, Working Paper 2011:79, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics. http://www.pide.org.pk/pdf/Working%20Paper/WorkingPaper-79.pdf

The Future Of Jobs: Employment, Skills And Workforce Strategy For The Fourth Industrial Revolution. 2016. Global Challenge Insight Report. Geneva: World Economic Forum. http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_Future_of_Jobs.pdf

Measuring The Economic Benefits Of Mathematical Science Research In The UK. 2012. London: Deloitte. https://www.epsrc.ac.uk/newsevents/pubs/deloitte-measuring-the-economic-benefits-of-mathematical-science-research-in-the-uk/

Mathematical Sciences And Their Value For The Dutch Economy. 2014. Deloitte. http://www.euro-math-soc.eu/system/files/uploads/DeloitteNL.pdf

Medhora, Shalailah. 2015. “Science And Mathematics Boost Australia’s Economy By $145Bn A Year”. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/mar/24/science-and-mathematics-boost-australias-economy-by-145bn-a-year

Woo, Seokjin, Hyekyung Jung, Kyunghee Kim, and In-Yong Park. 2017. “Impact Of School For Improvement Policy In Korea: Evidence From A Regression Discontinuity Approach For Secondary Education”.

Yiannouka, Stavros. 2017. “The Secret Of Singapore’s Success In Education”. http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/news/the-secret-of-singapores-success-in-education/

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Strong Performers And Successful Reformers In Education: Lessons From PISA For Japan. 2012. OECD Publishing. https://www.oecd.org/edu/school/programmeforinternationalstudentassessmentpisa/49802616.pdf

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http://issi.org.pk/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Seminar-Role-of-Education-July-28-2016.pdf