International Workshop on Income Contingent Loans: Public policies for funding higher education and managing social risk
As a part of national financial arrangements for higher education, income contingent student loans (ICL) have been implemented in many countries (including Australia, Sweden, South Africa, England and Thailand, among others). These schemes are generally collected through income taxation systems and are repaid only when current income exceeds a specified level. This workshop gather internationally recognized experts on this issue, as well as French practitioners within higher education and within public policy. During the sessions, the results of high-quality applied research were presented. The policy implications of these results were discussed in a round table.
Organisers: Arnaud Chéron, EDHEC Business School, Pierre Courtioux, EDHEC Business School, Jérôme Gautié, CES, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Agnès Gramain, CES, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
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