Ending the Squeeze on Universities


Edwin G. West
1993 | 103 pages

Make repayment of student loans contingent on future income: ask students who benefit most from their schooling—in the form of higher wages—to cover a greater share of their educational costs. The author provides an in-depth and innovative analysis of the income-contingent loan system. Two commentators respond: one with details on implementation, the other to say the whole concept should be eschewed.

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