Neil Shephard, 23 November 2009

The financial position of the UK Government suggests that its university sector may have its funding squeezed. In CEPR Policy Insight 42, Neil Shephard argues that universities should be able to charge income contingent tuition fees if their teaching costs are not met by the current tuition payments.

Neil Shephard, 23 November 2009

The UK needs to address its budget deficit. This column, introducing a new CEPR Policy Insight, argues against cuts in government contributions to the tuition chargeable by universities, warning that they would make the UK poorer, economically and culturally. It suggests instead additional deferred fees that graduates can pay later in their career when their income allows it.

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