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Are Arms Races in Higher Education a Problem?

Thursday, January 1, 2004

Abstract

Economic reward for elite educational credentials has jumped sharply in recent decades leading to a variety of positional arms races that have increased costs sharply and threatened the continued viability of need-based financial aid. The recent growth in income and wealth inequality makes the case for cost containment and need-based aid more compelling then ever.

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