Fiscal Studies

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Edited By: Claire Crawford, Thomas Crossley and Eric French

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October 2012 saw the introduction of controversial reforms to the way in which higher education (HE) is funded in England. The headline change is anHigher Education Finance increase in the cap on tuition fees to £9,000 per year and the removal of most direct funding for universities. This virtual issue of Fiscal Studies brings together some of the contributions that Fiscal Studies has made to the literature on HE finance over the last 20 years.

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