The results of the study aimed at measuring the impact of education expenditure on economic growth in Iraq using the granger reason. The results showed that granger’s reason for the existence of causal relationship and one direction at two periods of time slowed from the number of graduate students to the number of accepted students, Graduate Students. There was a significant causal relationship between the number of students and the number of students admitted. granger’s morbidity was attributed to the number of students accepted, and granger was a significant cause of the population to the number of graduate students. Thus, the null hypothesis (H0) States that there is no causal relationship between variables

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