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Professor and Head of the Educational and Finance Unit at the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (New Delhi); previously with the World Bank. He has also taught at the University of Delhi, the Indian Institute of Education and the University of Virginia. His publications include: Economics of Inequality in Education; Educational Finances in South Asia; Education and Regional Development; Education, and its Relation to Economic Growth; Poverty and Income Distribution;and Political Economy of Education in India.

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Tilak, J.B.G. The privatization of higher education. Prospects 21, 227–239 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02336063

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