Research on the Impact of Economic Growth : Case Study of Malaysia

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PUBLIC EXPENDITURE POLICIES SHAPE THE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN MALAYSIA Public Expenditure/Public Spending can be defined as any expenses made by government particularly to improve certain areas and discipline. For instance, improving public goods and services, welfare and well-being of the people, government defense forces and civil servants, maintaining our economic stability, reducing inequality of income and reallocation of resources. Bose,Haque,Osborn (2003) where I do believe in their arguments that public expenditure made by the government will surely shape the economic growth of the country. It can be seen in the policies made by Tun Razak which initiated in 1970 known as NEP or New Economic Policy that have bring the country to be one of developing country that is progressive in their economic activities. Problem statement

This research will identified whether the public expenditure introduced by the government really put into action and produce outcome from it to boost our economic growth. It is important to see not only in the economic side directly but also to see at different variables that could contribute to the economic as a whole. Objectives

To see the impact from public expenditure policies towards Malaysia economic growth To identify public expenditure variables particularly education that helps in economic growth. Research Methodology

This research focusing more on the secondary data which involve past research from other researchers, documents, reports made by government sectors such as Economic Transformation Program (ETP) Annual Report 2011 under Performance and Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU), Department of statistic.

Government Intervention
Government Intervention
Conceptual Framework
Intervening Variables
Public Expenditure Policies
Public Expenditure Policies

Economic Growth
Economic Growth

Sectorial Level:
Education
Sectorial Level:
Education...
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