Policy Perspectives on Hifher Education Financing : A Comprehensive Program of National Scholarship / Cost Functions for Australian Universities : A Survey of Results with Implications for Policy
On the past decade, higher eduction has undergone a massive expansion. As a result of this growth, and the way in which it has taken place, attention needs to be given to a whole range of issues. These include : scale of higher education, funding, university/government relations, research, diversity, quality, higher education and vocational education and training. The reforms that have occurred in the Astralian higher education sector in recent years, and those that are currently being considered, have renewed interest in the contribution that economic analysis can make to educational policy- making.
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