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The Paradox of State-Funded Higher Education : Does the Winner Still Take It All?

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The Paradox of State-Funded Higher Education : Does the Winner Still Take It All?

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PÕDER, Kaire, Triin LAURI, 2021. The Paradox of State-Funded Higher Education : Does the Winner Still Take It All?. In: Education Sciences. MDPI. 11(12), 812. eISSN 2227-7102. Available under: doi: 10.3390/educsci11120812

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