What did abolishing university fees in Ireland do?

Abstract: University tuition fees for undergraduates were abolished in Ireland in 1996. This paper examines the effect of this reform on the socio-economic gradient (SES) to determine whether the reform was successful in achieving its objective of promoting educational equality. It finds that the reform clearly did not have that effect …” (more)

[Kevin Denny, Geary Behavioural Economics Blog, 21 May]


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