The Redistributive Effects of British Subsidies to Higher Education.

Mishkin, Elizabeth R.

Like many forms of government spending, higher education subsidies redistribute income by using tax revenues to reduce the cost to students of attending college or university. Such subsidies are desirable because they make higher education affordable for students from lower income backgrounds, with important implications for equity and social mobility. However, when non-financial constraints det... read more

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