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Financiamiento de la educación superior: una introducción

  • Maximiliano González

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    ¿Por qué es importante pensar y discutir sobre el financiamiento de la educación superior? En primer lugar, la demanda que existe de educación superior es mayor en los actuales momentos que en el pasado, lo cual hace que los requerimientos financierosdestinados a la educación superior tiendan a incrementarse considerablemente; en segundo lugar, los países están en menor capacidad de atender dichos requerimientos dados los abultados déficits fiscales. Dicho esto es necesario estudiar otras fuentesde financiamiento alternativas que puedan servir como complemento al financiamiento directo por parte del Estado.En la primera parte de este artículo se describen las principales fuentes de financiamiento de la educación superior en la actualidad, en la segunda parte se presentan algunas de las fuentes alternativas de financiamiento más importantes, luego enla tercera parte se introduce el crédito educativo como base para cualquier mecanismo de financiamiento, aparte de la asignación directa del Estado, y por último se discute sobre algunos de los factores críticos para el éxito de los programas de créditoeducativo.

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