Improving Higher Education during Economic Crisis

Ever since reckless and under-regulated banksters caused the 2008 financial  crisis, the people of the world have had to pay the price of bailing out the  global financial system. As a result, money has become tight as debts have  mounted: the answer to the problem is well-known and has been since John Maynard  Keynes generalized the principles that helped the world recover from the Great  Depression of the 1930s.

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