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Re-organising a fractious regulatory space: the #FeesMustFall protests and the regulation of tuition fee decisions in South Africa

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My thesis offers a unique case study of how ongoing crises and continual government interventions can sap the financial and organisational capacities necessary to implement (and contest) regulation. Based on 60 semi-structured interviews and a review of pertinent government policy documents, I analyse how the regulatory space of tuition fee decisions by South African public universities was reconstituted by the 2015 to 2017 Fees Must Fall protests and their attempted settlements.

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Law
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University of Oxford Law Faculty Graduate Assistance Fund
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2022-07-02

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