Direct and indirect benefits, Microeconomics

Direct and Indirect Benefits

Life time earnings of an educated person is an instance of direct benefit from education. Skills produced in training or extension programmes in agriculture that assist in stepping up productivity is another illustration of direct benefits.

Development of attitudes favourable for

  1. Savings
  2. Small family
  3. Modernisation
  4. Development response
  5. Rational outlook
  6. Scientific temper
  7. Democratic behaviour

They all are instances of indirect benefits. Studies of development response in rural areas have revealed that persons with even lower primary education demonstrate a higher level of response as compared to illiterates when other correlates of life are comparable.

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