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Blogs by Julia Bijl

Julia Bijl is a CPS Economic Research Intern. She is currently going into her final year at the University of Warwick, reading Economics. Her main interests in this field, at present, lie in transport, infrastructure and development economics. 

  • Should students think harder about going to university?

    Should students think harder about going to university?

    | Education
    According to the IFS, the average student in England borrows £45,000, accumulating interest charges of £5,800, leaving them with a debt of £50,800 by their time of graduation. This is clearly unsustainable, and public pressure is calling for reforms to the student loan system. However, students also need to think ...
  • Making disruptive technology constructive: driverless cars

    Making disruptive technology constructive: driverless cars

    | Media & Technology
    The driverless car revolution looks set to be one of the biggest changes of the 21st century. However, it will also be one of the biggest challenges, and the government must be careful in designing policies to address the issues and best unlock the potential of driverless cars. To quote ...