Higher education in Scotland and England after devolution
Regional and federal studies, 2005, 15, 4, 423-435
KEATING, Michael, Higher education in Scotland and England after devolution, Regional and federal studies, 2005, 15, 4, 423-435 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/17492
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The twentieth century saw a convergence of the Scottish and English systems of higher education. Since devolution in 1999 there has been divergence. English policy is based on differentiation and competition, while Scotland has favoured integration and more egalitarianism. Scotland has not followed England in introducing up-front tuition fees or top-up fees. These differences are consistent with overall patterns of divergence in public service provision after devolution.
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Full-text via DOI: 10.1080/13597560500230524
Keyword(s): Regional policy Devolution Higher education Social policy Comparative analysis Cross-national analysis Community Regionalism England Scotland United Kingdom
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