- Title Pages
- Part I Introduction
- 1 The Landscape of the College Cost Debate
- 2 Is Higher Education All That Unusual?
- 3 Higher Education Is a Service
- 4 The Costs of Employing Highly Educated Workers
- 5 Cost and Quality in Higher Education
- 6 The Bottom Line: Why <i>Does</i> College Cost So Much?
- 7 Is Higher Education Increasingly Dysfunctional?
- 8 Productivity Growth in Higher Education
- 9 Subsidies and Tuition Setting
- 10 List-Price Tuition and Institutional Grants
- 11 Outside Financial Aid
- 12 The College Affordability Crisis?
- 13 Federal Policy and College Tuition
- 14 Financial Aid Policy
- 15 Rewriting the Relationship between States and Their Public Universities
- 16 A Few Final Observations
- Appendix 1 Data on Costs and Prices
- Appendix 2 Granger Causality Tests of the Bennett Hypothesis
- Why Does College Cost So Much?
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