Public–Private Divide in a Dual-Track System
States can ensure that higher education remains a public good by providing free or low-cost high-quality education either to all students or to students who otherwise could not afford it. It is often assumed that public good-oriented provision is offered by state-funded universities. The reality of the public–private-good dichotomy is much messier in many countries, including Romania.
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