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For-Profit Higher Education: Godzilla or Chicken Little?
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Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning Volume 31, Number 1, ISSN 0009-1383

Abstract

The economics of the growing sector of for-profit higher education institutions are examined, comparing the cost-price-subsidy structure of traditional institutions with these nontraditional institutions. Implications for the schools least able to withstand competition with for-profit institutions, generally private colleges and universities, and for high-subsidy schools such as state and elite universities, are discussed. (MSE)

Citation

Winston, G.C. (1999). For-Profit Higher Education: Godzilla or Chicken Little?. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 31(1), 12-19. Retrieved September 18, 2019 from .

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