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Post-secondary attendance by parental income in the U.S. and Canada : what role for financial aid policy?

by Philippe Belley, Marc Frenette and Lance Lochner

This paper examines the implications of tuition and need-based financial aid policies for family income - post-secondary (PS) attendance relationships. We first conduct a parallel empirical analysis of the effects of parental income on PS attendance for recent high school cohorts in both the U.S. a... Full description

Main Author: Belley, Philippe
Contributors: Frenette, Marc | Author
Lochner, Lance | Author
Published: London, Ontario, EPRI, 2011
Series: EPRI working paper series
2011-3
Fulltext access: Fulltext access (direct link - free access)
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Links: Volltext (economics.uwo.ca)
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Keywords: Bildungsabschluss
Bildungspolitik
Eltern
Haushaltseinkommen
Kanada
Studium
USA
Wirkungsanalyse
Language: English
Physical Description: Online-Ressource (PDF-Datei: 32 S., 569,51 KB), graph. Darst.
Technische Details: Systemvoraussetzungen: Acrobat Reader.
ID (e.g. DOI, URN): 10419/70278
PPN (Catalogue-ID): 685183386
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