The article comparing aggregate points in the THE World University Rankings raised some interesting points. However, this is only a starting point. What we really need is to recalculate the figures to allow for population size in the various countries and to investigate the link (or not) between the overall aggregate points and GDP and/or other social indicators.
Bruce Lloyd, Emeritus professor of strategic management, London South Bank University.
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