Impacts of school resources on training outcome: a case study on three Southern universities supervised by MOIT

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(A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF ARTS IN DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS, VIETNAM – THE NETHERLANDS PROGRAMME FOR M.A IN DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS)

By Vo Xuan Duc (VNP 20)

Academic Supervisor: Dr. Nguyen Huu Dung


This study investigates the impact of school resources on training outcome, based on the  relationship between the annual number of graduates and related factors. We examine that impact for understanding about the determinants could lead to the increase or decrease on the annual number of good graduates beyond school decisions about strategic adjustment of financial nvestments. The data resource is constructed in association with the management board of the three universities supervised by MOIT; cited sources from MOET and goverment reports in duration 2004-2014 are used to analyze the impact of school resources on training outcome. The  quantitative results of Bootstrap replications method (1000 times) with random effect model indicated the importance of qualified teachers and the financial investment on infrastructure - upgrading the learning environment to the quality of training outcome.

Key Words: training outcome, school resources, higher education, graduates, accreditation, education production function.

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