The Impact of College Quality on Tuition: A Hedonic Analysis
This paper analyzes the impacts of college quality and location attributes on tuition rates among four-year private institutions in the United States. This study applies hedonic price techniques to estimate the implicit prices of quality attributes of colleges in the United States. The quality attributes of a college appear to be important determinants of tuition in the United States.
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