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Using success to measure quality in British higher education: which subjects attract the best-qualified students?

Publication type
Leslie,D;. (2003) Using success to measure quality in British higher education: which subjects attract the best-qualified students? . Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, (Series A), 166 (3). pp. 329-347.

Abstract

The article reports on a theory developed by the author to measure the quality of applicants into UK higher education. The theory is basically an application to education of the general economic model of maximization of expected utility.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Access and widening participation > Admissions policies, practices and supporting infrastructure
Authors:
Leslie,D;
Publication title:
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society
Official URL:
Reference number:
AWP172
Summary deposited on:
30 May 2007
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