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This paper is one of three in a series on higher education costs. The series also includes “Addressing the declining productivity of higher education using cost-effectiveness analysis” and “Public policies, prices, and productivity in American higher education.”

How to contain the cost of colleges and universities is attracting much attention in higher education policy circles. The reasons for the attention are not hard to fathom. Students and parents labor under ever-rising tuition rates. Schools feel they must spend more in real terms to build or protect their brand, by boosting faculty research and scholarship, enhancing the student experience, and so on. And to round out the perfect storm, most states are curbing higher education appropriations because of rising budget pressures.

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