Volatility in State Spending for Higher Education
Edited by Jennifer A. Delaney
The severity of cuts and the unpredictability in state funding for higher education have garnered headlines across the nation since the turn of the present century. In this context, the authors in this new groundbreaking volume argue that too little attention is paid to the consequences of volatility in funding, as most discussions focus on levels of funding. Their research addresses an important blind spot in the academic literature since predictability matters—to institutions, students, families, and states. In addition, the risks of operating in an uncertain financial environment have led to behaviors that are not always in the best interests of states, institutions, faculty, students, or the public good.
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ISBN 978-1-960348-96-8 (paperback)
ISBN 978-1-960348-98-2 (epub)
ISBN 978-1-960348-99-9 (pdf)