Investment of US$ 2 billion granted by the government for the improvement of the country policies and enrolment in the secondary schools creates a problem when the top executives of the different banks asked the government to invest that amount in Banking and finance industry. Government’s argument in enrolment in secondary schools and increase the level education is correct as it will change the economy of the country and thus will help in increasing the GDP per capita in next 15 years. For this analysis of increasement of 10 percent from 55 to 65 percent during 1990 to 2005, United States schools data were taken for verifying the enrolment per year.
For other analysis like consumer price index, per capita GDP, exports and imports ratio and government share of GDP the data were taken from the official website for the 50 countries. For the analysis to invest the money and preparing the report for the government, it used the financial development indicator and statistical software. For USA secondary schools enrolment, the modelling has been done in the excel sheet. Generally, Gross domestic product is defined as the value of the all market goods and services that have been produced in the country. Using the software it has to be analysed whether the investment of US$ 2 billion should be done in Educational sector or banking & financial sector.
This amount must be invested in such a way so that it can affect the country’s financial status or improve the current economy and result in increased the GDP per capita by 10 percent in next 15 years. The analysis shows that investing in the education as enrolment in secondary schools will result in positive change. The empirical model analysis has been done using the STATA software with the hypothesis analysis for the data obtained for the 50 countries with other enrolment data.