As the economics of tertiary funding hits the spotlight once more, Gavan Conlon asks what relationship there is with wider economic conditions and demand for part-time HE.
Dr Gavan Conlon is a Partner at London Economics.
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The crack-wonk-team at London Economics have crunched the numbers on how much graduates in different professions can expect to repay in student loan costs over the course of their careers.
Labour’s leaked manifesto confirms that the party now plans to abolish tuition fees. Gavan Conlon of London Economics explains how much this will cost.
AuthorMaike HalterbeckWonkhe Ltd http://wonkhe.com
How do different characteristics of universities influence choice? The team at London Economics has taken a look at how rankings, employability, and student support influence the perceived net monetary value of a degree, and found some intriguing results.
As the Spending Review looms, speculation is rife about which areas of public spending are in for the deepest cuts. Sitting within BIS, budgets for FE and HE look particularly vulnerable – Gavan Conlon looks at why and what should be done.
With a lot of public attention on the RAB charge and the cost of the current funding system, Dr Gavan Conlon of London Economics looks at two major issues that may have been overlooked and are areas where the greatest damage may have been done in the transition to the current fees and funding system – both because of the outcomes themselves – but also because the fact that the changes may be irreversible.