Let's throw away Greenaway

July 14, 2000

If, on average, graduates pay more tax than non-graduates, then they are contributing to their education. If graduates earn the same or less than non-graduates, only then have they been subsidised, but then this nullifies all "social inclusion" arguments for mass higher education.

Max Roberts Department of psychology University of Essex

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