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Hepi research takes on the stubborn problem of the graduate gender pay gap

No busy week in higher education and research is ever truly complete without the Thursday publication of a report by the Higher Education Policy Institute.

This morning, Hepi turns its attention to the gender pay gap among graduates—and pulls no punches, concluding that a focus on graduate pay as an indicator of institutional quality is sexist in both its implications and its effects.

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