Atlantic Canadian taxpayers give substantial financial support to our region’s university students. Similarly, students invest considerable resources in time, tuition fees and forgone income, to get their university degrees. But what value do taxpayers and students respectively get in return for their investment? And does each contribute to the cost of a university degree in proportion to the benefit they receive from it?
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