Thailands Student Loans Fund: Interest rate subsidies and repayment burdens
Government student loan schemes typically have implicit interest rate subsidies which, while these are a cost to taxpayers, they have the benefit of diminishing repayment burdens for graduates. Our goal is to illustrate the extent of both interest rate subsidies and repayment burdens with respect to Thailand's Student Loans Fund (SLF), using methods pioneered in measurement terms by Ziderman (1999, 2003). Our critical innovation is to calculate repayment burdens for graduates with widely...[Show more]
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