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The demand for tertiary education in Australia

12 Sep 2007
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This paper looks at the domestic demand for tertiary education (that is, excluding overseas students). It argues that the concept is problematic because of the dominant role of the government in provision, and discusses the factors that impinge on it: fees, returns to study and demographics. It shows how student demand has been changing and looks at likely trends in coming years.

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2007
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