Publication Date

2004

Abstract

[Excerpt] How tuition levels, or the availability of grant or loan aid, influence access are empirical questions that we will not address in this chapter. Rather, we will analyze how tuition and enrollment strategies at institutions react to changes in federal and state need-based student aid and to state appropriations to public higher education institutions. The former increases student mobility by expanding their choice set, while the latter does not travel with the student.

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Suggested Citation
Rizzo, M. J., & Ehrenberg, R. G. (2004). Resident and nonresident tuition and enrollment at flagship state universities [Electronic version]. In C. Hoxby (Ed.), College choice: The economics of which college, when college, and how to pay for it (303-349). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press

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