Here's hoping for a fairer share

July 21, 2000

On average, graduates pay more tax than the national average. So, too, do McDonalds' franchises. If generation of tax revenue justifies degree subsidies, as Tim Curtin claims, state aid to burger investors is equally merited.

David de Meza

Professor of management, London School of Economics, and professor of economics, University of Exeter?

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