With higher education in the UK at a critical juncture in its history, two leading commentators offer new perspectives on the fundamentals of this on-going debate. Seville examines the implications of ‘modularity’ , while Tooley presents a comprehensive critique of government intervention in the university system, questioning whether the state has to be involved at all.

1997, Studies in Education, ISBN 978 0 255 36409 6, 120pp, PB