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Teaching output measures
b) Ideally, a higher weight would be assigned to degrees that are more expensive to deliver. For instance, a chemistry degree is likely to be more costly for a university to deliver (and therefore more ‘valuable’ to a student) than a humanities degree. Enrolments data by discipline are publicly available, but this cannot be used in the construction of a volume index because expenditures incurred per faculty are not available.
c) No explicit differentiation is possible between different levels of qualifications (e.g. one year spent on a coursework masters degree versus a year spent on an undergraduate degree).
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5900.0.00.003 - University output measures in the Australian National Accounts: experimental estimates, 2008 to 2017
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