Affiliations: Parantez Education Research Consultancy and Publishing, Turkey | E-mail: [email protected]
Corresponding author: Parantez Education Research Consultancy and Publishing, Turkey. E-mail: [email protected].
Abstract: The aim of this research is to interpret the relationship between indicators of education, human development, economy and justice based on current indicators measured by international independent organizations. The coverage of this study was composed of 41 countries. Statistical evidence was collected that countries were divided into two clusters according to 15 indicators as education, law, human development and economy. The relationships between the average year of schooling in developed countries with the global competition; income inequality and freedom of the press; the rate of investment in basic education and freedom of the press; PISA-reading comprehension and judicial independence; PISA-reading comprehension average score and judicial independence; income inequality and fundamental rights; the rate of investment in basic education and fundamental rights; the rate of investment in basic education and the rule of law; income inequality and investment in basic education; investment rate in basic education and gender inequality, income inequality and rule of law were found to be statistically significant. However, it was observed that the correlation coefficients between the same indicators were not statistically significant for developing countries.
Keywords: Education indicators, economic indicators, law indicators, human development indicators, cluster analysis, discriminant analysis