This paper represents and discusses the findings of recent research related to the female education and its impact on the social and the economic benefits. This also considers the pathways through which females schooling leads to social gains. Females account for roughly half the world's population, perform two-thirds of the hours worked, receive one-tenth of the world's income, and have less than one hundredth of the world's property registered in their names. Female deprivation is particularly acute in the developing countries with high levels of poverty, though in affluent nations female also suffer low status due to conservative attitudes.
Prof. Dr. Bilal BİLGİN