Economía de la Educación: la financiación de la enseñanza universitaria en España
This research deals with universities in Spain in the last decades of the twentieth century, after which there was a democratization of access to these studies and an increase in female enrollment. Obviously, there was a link between the university and the family income of students, although it was producing a reduction of socio-economic differences of students from the eighties, due to the price subsidy of enrollment. The study takes into account the decentralization process of the Spanish universities, centers of diversification and the increasing expectations placed upon universities. So, funding for college and job placement of its graduates are the key factors.
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 10 (Fall)
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