The demand and the costs for higher education have risen steeply in recent years. The most common response worldwide has been some form of cost sharing: shifting per-student costs from governments and taxpayers to parents and students. This timely book provides a comprehensive discussion of the concepts and consequences of cost-sharing in higher education. It offers a comparative approach based on several national case-studies, and proposes alternatives to prevalent approaches.Chicago, Illinois: ABA Commission on Loan Repayment and Forgiveness, 2003. ... aConceptual Issues and the Australian Experience with Income-Contingent Charges for Higher Education. ... Economic Journal 113.485 (2003): F150aF166.
|Title||:||Cost-sharing and Accessibility in Higher Education: A Fairer Deal?|
|Author||:||Pedro N. Teixeira, D. Bruce Johnstone, Maria J. Rosa, Hans Vossensteyn|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2007-11-23|