Price, G., & Sheftall, W. (2015). The price elasticity of freshman enrollment demand at a historically black college for males: Implications for the design of tuition and financial aid pricing schemes that maximize black male college access. The Journal of Negro Education,84(4), 578-592. This article explores how responsive freshman enrollment… Continue Reading The Price Elasticity of Freshman Enrollment Demand at a Historically Black College for Males: Implications for the Design of Tuition and Financial Aid Pricing Schemes that Maximize Black Male College Access
Appiah, E. N. (2013). Public and Private Incentives for Investment in Higher Education: Are They Sufficient, Especially for Black Males?. Journal of Education Finance, 39(1), 47-72. The institutional costs of higher education have been rising. With diminishing public support per student, tuition and fees private costs have also been rising. But so… Continue Reading Public and Private Incentives for Investment in Higher Education: Are They Sufficient, Especially for Black Males?