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ASHE Reader on Finance in Higher Edition (Custom)

ASHE Reader on Finance in Higher Edition (Custom) - 2nd edition

ISBN13: 978-0536628824

Cover of ASHE Reader on Finance in Higher Edition (Custom) 2ND 01 (ISBN 978-0536628824)
ISBN13: 978-0536628824
ISBN10: 0536628823

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 2ND 01
Copyright: 2001
Publisher: Pearson Custom
Published: 2001
International: No

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ASHE Reader on Finance in Higher Edition (Custom) - 2ND 01 edition

ISBN13: 978-0536628824

J. Yeager, G. Nelson, E. Potter, J. Weidman and T. Eds. Zullo

ISBN13: 978-0536628824
ISBN10: 0536628823

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 2ND 01
Copyright: 2001
Publisher: Pearson Custom
Published: 2001
International: No

Reflecting the dramatic and changing landscape in higher education, this Second Edition addresses the significant influences of the media, national commissions, private think tanks, professional organizations and the economy in shaping the many contexts in which higher education financial issues are addressed. This collection of 59 historical and current readings provides a broad spectrum of information and perspectives and covers a wide range of topics in terms of content as well as time period.

The readings are organized into eight sections: Economics and Financing of Higher Education, Government Financing of Higher Education, Institutional Resources, Higher Education Expenditures, Planning and Resource Allocation, Financial Management and Accounting, Ethics and Higher Education Finance, and International Financing of Higher Education.


  • NEW Sections! International Financing of Higher Education, Planning and Resource Allocation, and Ethics and Higher Education Finance
  • Describes the internal and external influences on theory, public opinion, government policy and institutional practices
  • Articles reflect the expertise of eight review panels consisting of 36 reviewers who teach, conduct research and work in areas associated with the field of higher education finance

Table of Contents

General Introduction


Chapter 1. Financing Higher Education: Who Should Pay?
D. Bruce Johnstone
Chapter 2. Patterns of Finance: Revolution, Evolution, or More of the Same?
D. Bruce Johnstone
Chapter 3. Subsidies, Hierarchy and Peers: The Awkward Economics of Higher Education
Gordon C. Winston
Chapter 4. The Tuition Puzzle: Putting the Pieces Together
The Institute for Higher Education Policy
Chapter 5. The Returns to Individual and College Characteristics: Evidence from the
National Longitudinal Survey of Youth
James Monks
Chapter 6. The Community College: Educating Students at the Margin between
College and Work
Thomas J. Kane and Cecilia Elena Rouse
Chapter 7. Privatizing Higher Education
Kevin C. Sontheimer


Chapter 8. Financing American Higher Education in the 1990s
Arthur M. Hauptman
Chapter 9. Federal Student Aid and the Growth in College Costs and Tuitions
Arthur M. Hauptman & Cathy Krop
Chapter 10. The Growing Loan Orientation in Federal Financial Aid Policy:
A Historical Perspective
James C. Hearn
Chapter 11. The Changing Landscape: Higher Education Finance in the 1990s
David W. Breneman and Joni E. Finney
Chapter 12. The Outlook for State Finances
Harold Hovey
Chapter 13. Linking Performance to Founding Outcome for Public Institutions
of Higher Education: The US Experience
Daniel T. Layzell
Chapter 14. Funding the Multipurpose Community College in an Era of Consolidation
James C. Palmer
Chapter 15. Vouchers in American Education: Hard Legal and Policy Lessons from Higher Education
F. King Alexander


Chapter 16. Tuition and Student Aid in Public Higher Education: Searching for an Organizing Principle
Jacob O. Stampen and Daniel T. Layzell
Chapter 17. Have Federal Loans Contributed to Higher Tuition?