Volume 14 2006

Cost-Sharing and Accessibility in Higher Education: A Fairer Deal?

ISBN: 978-1-4020-4659-9 (Print) 978-1-4020-4660-5 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

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    Pages 1-18

    Introduction

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    Pages 19-50

    Strengthening Consumer Choice in Higher Education

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    Pages 51-77

    Cost-Sharing and the Cost-Effectiveness of Grants and Loan Subsidies to Higher Education

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    Pages 79-103

    Income Related Student Loans: Concepts, International Reforms and Administrative Challenges

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    Pages 105-132

    Access to Higher Education in Britain: The Impact of Tuition Fees and Financial Assistance

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    Pages 133-158

    The Changing Nature of Public Support for Higher Education in the United States

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    Pages 159-187

    The Canadian Experiment in Cost-Sharing and its Effects on Access to Higher Education, 1990–2002

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    Pages 189-211

    Student and University Funding in Devolved Governments in the United Kingdom

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    Pages 213-239

    Student Financing in the Netherlands: A Behavioural Economic Perspective

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    Pages 241-264

    A Broader Church? Expansion, Access and Cost-Sharing in Portuguese Higher Education

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    Pages 265-293

    The German Tuition Fee Debate: Goals, Models and Political Implications of Cost-Sharing

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    Pages 295-316

    Accessibility and Equity in a State-Funded System of Higher Education: The French Case

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    Pages 317-341

    Access to Higher Education Within a Welfare State System: Developments and Dilemmas