Philip Booth writes for Conservative Home

Philip Booth, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs has written for Conservative Home on Britain’s university system.

In his article Philip argues that a thriving competitive higher education sector is the best way to maximise both the private and societal benefits of a university education. Picking winners and subsidising courses that politicians happen to fancy is not the way forward and simply piling more regulation on the sector, treating universities as if they are a govenrment fiefdom as happens on continental Europe, is likely to bring about precisely the opposite of the desired result.

Read the full article here.