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Do Student Loans Drive Up College Tuition?

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): Richmond Fed Economic Briefs. 8/22/2022, Vol. 22 Issue 32, p1-7. 7p.

Abstract: Economic Brief To what extent do student loans drive up college tuition? However, this result,too, is exactly what our model predicts: Following thelarge 2008 loan expansion, students were no longer creditconstrained, and any subsequent loan limit incr...

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Who Will Come: Predicting Freshman Registration Based on Decision Tree.

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Source(s): Computers, Materials & Continua. 2020, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p1825-1836. 12p.

Abstract: The registration rate of freshmen has been a great concern at many colleges and universities, particularly private institutions. Traditionally, there are two inquiry methods: telephone and tuition-payment-status. Unfortunately, the former is not only t...

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College admissions with tuition transfers.

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Source(s): Games & Economic Behavior. Mar2022, Vol. 132, p400-420. 21p.

Abstract: We introduce a college admission with tuition transfers problem. In this novel formulation, students' payments are not necessarily equal to their respective tuition fees. However, the total requested tuition fees must be equal to the total payment burd...

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College Tuition and Income Inequality.

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Source(s): American Economic Review. Jan2022, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p81-121. 41p. 6 Charts, 10 Graphs.

Abstract: This paper evaluates the role of rising income inequality in explaining observed growth in college tuition. We develop a competitive model of the college market, in which college quality depends on instructional expenditure and the average ability of a...

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How to Qualify for In-State College Tuition: Proving "domicile" for in-state college tuition can be challenging for many FS families. Here's more on the concept--and the new federal law that will help your case.

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Source(s): Foreign Service Journal. Jun2022, Vol. 99 Issue 5, p88-92. 4p.

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Abstract: The article focuses on proof for domicile for in-state college tuition can be challenging for many foreign service (FS) families. It mentions provision adding Foreign Service members to the law allowing military families in-state tuition. It also menti...

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Credit Supply and the Rise in College Tuition: Evidence from the Expansion in Federal Student Aid Programs.

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Source(s): Review of Financial Studies. Feb2019, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p423-466. 44p.

Abstract: We study the link between the student credit expansion of the past 15 years and the contemporaneous rise in college tuition. To disentangle simultaneity issues, we analyze the effects of increases in federal student loan caps using detailed student-lev...

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