The Impact Of A Demand-Driven Higher Education Policy In Australia

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Anthony Stokes
Sarah Wright


Higher Education Policy, Demand-Driven, Deregulation


In 2012, the Australian government introduced a demand-driven entitlement system for domestic higher education students in which recognised higher education providers are free to enrol as many eligible students as they wish in eligible higher education courses and receive corresponding government subsidies for those students. This paper examines the impact that already has occurred as a result of this decision and the likely long-term effects that this will have on higher education in Australia.


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