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Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning Vol. 31, No. 1 (1999) pp. 12–19
The economics of the growing sector of for-profit higher education institutions are examined, comparing the cost-price-subsidy structure of traditional institutions with these nontraditional institutions. Implications for the schools least able to...
Economics of Education Review Vol. 25, No. 1 pp. 29–41
With financial aid data on over 14,000 aided students at Williams College for the past 14 years, we can describe how much students actually paid to go to this highly selective and expensive school—their net prices—across income levels and over time. ...
Economics of Education Review Vol. 29, No. 4 pp. 495–503
In earlier work, the authors found that only 10% of the students at 28 of the nation's most selective private colleges and universities came from families in the bottom 40% of the US family income distribution and that there is a larger share of low-...