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|Who benefits from public spending on higher education in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa?
||Sonia, Ilie; Pauline R
|Strategizing financing of public university libraries in East Africa.
|ICT investment in Rwandan higher education: highlighting the cost of downtime and endusers' operations.
||Ssempebwa, Jude; Canene, Angelita P.; Mugabe, Marceline
|Adequate funding of higher education.
|Improving income from internally generated funds without provoking students or staff strikes at Makerere and other universities.
||Mayanja, Muhammad K.
|Funding higher education in Nigeria: crucial issues.
|Financing education and development in Eritrea: some implications.
|Higher education, finance and development.
|Governance challenges of the 21st century in the East African universities.
||Kiganda, Christine R. M.
|Breaking even or breaking through: reaching financial sustainability while providing high quality standards in Higher Educationin the Middle East and North Africa
||Jaramillo, Adriana; Melonio, Thomas
|Externalities and subsidization of higher education
||Winter, Stefan; Pfitztner, Alexander