Financing Higher Education: Answers from the UK

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Index

a
accelerated study 235, 276
access to higher education 71-4 ;
fees and 3 ;
grants and 200 ;
income contingency and 189, 270 ;
misunderstandings about 285-6 ;
mortgage-type loans and 143 ;
parental contribution and 186, 203 ;
promoting 277-8, 287, 297-8
AimHigher 287
aims of higher education 67-8
A-levels 284, 287, 288
'Any Questions' 16
armed services 34
Ashby, Sir Eric:
'Landmark in Social History' 78
Ashworth, John 21 n
Australia 13, 77, 91, 92, 96, 186, 188, 193-207, 279 ;
Bureau of Statistics 181 ;
expansion of higher education 204 ;
fees liberalised 302 ;
flat fees 174, 175, 200-1, 204, 275, 294 ;
Higher Education Contribution Scheme 5, 19, 111, 193, 198, 204, 247, 257 ;
income contingency 109, 111, 127, 128, 145, 146, 172, 173, 189, 204, 295 ;
increased resources 166 ;
interest subsidy 232, 241, 254 ;
reform 300 ;
student debt 181 ;
tax funding 13 ;
West Committee 15, 19, 193, 194, 204 ;
Wran Committee 5, 6 n, 91
Australian Economic Review, The19

b
Baker, Kenneth 9, 10, 13, 15, 65, 75-6, 114-17, 185, 188, 301
banks:
and student loans 10, 11, 52, 53, 55, 69, 76, 119, 263-4
Barnes, John 8 n
Barrell, R.:
'Why Student Loans Are Fairer Than Grants' 30, 31
Beloff, Lord 56
benefits of education 103, 105, 120-37, 195, 211-30 ;
measuring 215-18
Bennett, Robert:
'Investing in Skill' 125, 135 ;
Learning Should Pay125, 135
Berkeley, University of California at 191
Beveridge, William 9, 44, 58, 299
Blair, Tony 21, 24, 301
Blanchflower, David:
'Wellbeing over Time' 215
Blaug, Mark 12, 81, 93-4, 96 ;
'Empirical Status of Human Capital Theory' 82, 215 ;
Introduction to the Economics of Education82 ;
'Loans for Students' 80 ;
'Student Loans and the NUS' 81 ;
'Where Are We Now' 82, 215
Blunkett, David 16, 185, 277
Boyson, Rhodes 81
British Telecom 35
Brown, Gordon 185
bursaries, see vouchers

c
Canada 104, 295-6
Carter, Sir Charles 81
central planning:
Education Reform Act (1988) 197 ;
move away from 6-8, 34-9, 103-4, 138, 141-2, 234, 239-40, 270, 271, 275, 291-2

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