Comprehensive bibliography on economics of higher education and higher education finance. by Peter Bearse

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  • Universities and colleges -- Finance -- Bibliography.,
  • Education, Higher -- Economic aspects -- Bibliography.

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Despite the fact that higher education had to rely on the private sector for most of its finance and provision, market competition among higher education institutions has, until recently.

The financing of higher education varies greatly from country to country. Among the developed economies of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), spending on higher education institutions averaged % of the gross national product (GDP) inwhich is about the same as a decade ago.

Unless these trends can be changed, higher education can be expected to stagnate. What, if anything, can be done. As a starting point, advocates of higher education need to more fully recognize the issues associated with the economic mission of higher education and how this mission gets translated into individual student gains, regional growth.

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The book contains 2, entries arranged under 50 themes. Each theme is classified into four types of material: books; articles; annotated committee/commission reports, and research studies.

Economics of Education and/or Higher Education A2. Higher Education Finance A3. Higher Education Finance: Cost-Sharing and Revenue Diversification A4. Student Loans A5. Grants and Any Other Forms of Student Assistance Other than Loans A6. Privatization and Private Forms of Higher Education A7.

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