Higher education policymakers face difficult questions of resource allocation, such as how to fund higher education institutions, how to efficiently organise student lending, and whether the cost savings of part-time and temporary staff outweigh the potentially adverse effects on the quality of teaching and research. The Higher Education Resources Project assists policymakers in addressing these challenges. It offers country reviews that provide a comprehensive examination of resource allocation and use, and offer detailed policy recommendations from an international panel. Countries may also opt for one or more thematic policy briefs, which develop diagnostic analyses that help countries understand their own resourcing challenges in a comparative perspective, and identify policy reform priorities. The project will offer a series of international peer learning workshops in which countries and experts come together to compare their experiences, and synthesis reports providing in-depth comparative policy analyses.