THE podcast: Debt and the academy

A discussion about how universities around the world are turning to bonds markets to raise money

July 4, 2018
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A bonds arms race is heating up in higher education but what could taking on more creditors mean for the mission of an institution? Why do universities need to raise millions – sometimes billions – of dollars? And is everyone on a level playing field when it comes to attracting investors? 

Sara Custer speaks to Times Higher Education reporter David Matthews andBrian Burnett, senior vice president for finance at the University of Minnesota.  

 

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