Student price response in higher education: the student demand studies

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Education
Department Educational Leadership & Policy
Creator Brinkman, Paul T.
Other Author Leslie, Larry L.
Title Student price response in higher education: the student demand studies
Date 1987
Description What happens to enrollments when colleges and universities raise their prices? Who, if anyone, is sent away? What is the net impact of higher prices and reduced enrollments upon institutional financial ledgers? These questions have been investigated in what have come to be called the "student demand studies," the phrase originating in economics as an outgrowth of demand theory.
Type Text
Publisher Ohio State University Press
Volume 58
Issue 2
First Page 181
Last Page 204
Subject Enrollment; Colleges; Universities; Student demand; Tuition
Subject LCSH Universities and colleges; Students; Tuition
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Leslie, L. L. & Brinkman, P. T. (1987). Student price response in higher education: the student demand studies. Journal of Higher Education, 58(2), 181-204.
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6hh73gh
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