Financing and political economy of higher education: The case of Lebanon
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This paper assesses the adequacy, efficiency, and equity of higher education in Lebanon in both the public and private sectors, while highlighting challenges that are specific to Lebanon. It concludes by discussing various approaches and strategies to remedy the challenges facing higher education in Lebanon.
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- Financing and political economy of higher education: The case of Lebanon
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