Raising Domestic Resources for Equitable Education

This paper explores the allocation of domestic resources for education and how how these resources are distributed within the education sector. The findings show that addressing inequality in education requires attention not only to the
mobilization of additional domestic resources, but also to how domestic resources are mobilized as well as how they are spent.

Publication Year: 2016

Author (s): Asma Zubairi and Pauline Rose, REAL Centre, University of Cambridge