Universities and Social Inequalities in the Global South

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Participation in tertiary education has increased significantly across the globe, in parallel with heightened social aspirations and the expectation of better labour market opportunities stemming from a university degree. Ananya Mukherjee-Reed discusses whether higher education can be the passport to social mobility in countries of the Global South today.

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