Rives, J.M.; Cassidy, G.W.
September 1982
American Economist;Fall82, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p17
Academic Journal
Determines the responsiveness of student demand for public higher education at increasing rates of tuition and fees that correspond to the rates charged by private and out-of-state public colleges and universities. Potential substitution and allocation effects of particular rates of tuition and fees associated with a proposed state personal income tax; Illustration of user-charge model.


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