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The impact of an increase in university tuition fees on higher education participation rates

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  1. Cost-benefit analysis of economic agent decision to progress to HE
  2. Impact of increased tuition fees on past data
  3. College Wage Premium (CWP) in encouraging students to progress to HE
  4. Limitations of CWP
  5. Significance of heterogeneity of degree subject

During the 1992-2007 period, the UK has witnessed great variances in the structure of Higher Education (HE) funding. Moving away from a period where taxpayers footed the entire costs incurred by HE, economic agents holding at least 2 A-levels have begun to contribute to their future HE prospects. From this, we can investigate whether increasing the financial burden placed upon potential students by increasing tuition fees, will portray a decline in participation rates for the UK.

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