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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

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  • United States,
  • United States.

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  • Student loan funds -- United States -- Finance,
  • College attendance -- Economic aspects -- United States

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StatementEric A. Hanushek, Charles Ka Yui Leung, Kuzey Yilmaz.
SeriesNBER working paper series ;, working paper 10711, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 10711.
ContributionsLeung, Charles Ka Yui, Yilmaz, Kuzey., National Bureau of Economic Research.
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LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3475773M
LC Control Number2005615175

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The overlapping generation structure of the model permits evaluation of different aid schemes in their implications for aggregate outcomes, income distribution and intergenerational mobility. Compared to current U.S. tuition and loan policies, the ICL and need-based policies are most effective in promoting aggregate efficiency and income. This paper provides a consistent comparison of general tuition subsidies, need-based student aid, merit-based student aid, and income-contingent loans (ICL). Each of these policies is analyzed through a dynamic general equilibrium model in which individuals differ in family wealth and opportunities of completing college. The overlapping-generation structure of the model permits evaluation of Cited by: Borrowing Constraints, College Aid, and Intergenerational Mobility By Eric A. Hanushek, Charles Ka Yui Leung, and Kuzey Yilmaz* March Abstract. Borrowing Constraints, College Aid, and Intergenerational Mobility Eric Hanushek, Charles Ka Yui Leung and Kuzey Yilmazy March 6, 1 Introduction Education holds a special position in most societies around the world. Governments quite uniformly subsidize schooling heavily, often making it .

Borrowing constraints, college aid, and intergenerational mobility. / Hanushek, Eric A.; Leung, Charles Ka Yui; Yilmaz, Kuzey. In: Journal of Human Capital, Vol. 8. Get this from a library! Borrowing constraints, college aid, and intergenerational mobility. [Eric A Hanushek; Charles Ka Yui Leung; Kuzey Yilmaz; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "The current level and form of subsidization of college education is often rationalized by appeal to capital constraints on individuals. Because borrowing against human capital is difficult, capital. "Borrowing Constraints, College Aid, and Intergenerational Mobility," MPRA Paper , University Library of Munich, Germany. Eric Hanushek & Charles Ka Yui Leung & Kuzey Yilmaz, "Borrowing Constraints, College Aid, and Intergenerational Mobility," RCER Working Papers , University of Rochester - Center for Economic Research (RCER). Borrowing Constraints, College Aid, and Intergenerational Mobility. By Eric Hanushek, Charles Ka Yui Leung and Kuzey Yilmaz. Download PDF ( KB) Abstract. This paper provides a consistent comparison of general tuition subsidies, need-based student aid, merit-based student aid, and income continent loans (ICL). income distribution and.

Borrowing constraints, college aid, and intergenerational mobility. By Eric Hanushek, Charles Ka, Yui Leung and Kuzey Yilmaz. Abstract. The current level and form of subsidization of college education is often rationalized by appeal to capital constraints on individuals. Because borrowing against human capital is difficult, capital constraints. Borrowing Constraints, College Aid, and Intergenerational Mobility Eric A. Hanushek, Charles Ka Yui Leung, and Kuzey Yilmz NBER Working Paper No. August JEL No. H2, I2, D5, J3 ABSTRACT The current level and form of subsidization of co llege education is often rationalized by appeal to capital constraints on individuals. Abstract. This paper provides a consistent comparison of general tuition subsidies, need-based student aid, merit-based student aid, and income continent loans (ICL). Each of thes. Each of these policies tends both to improve the efficiency of the economy while yielding more intergenerational mobility and greater income equality. But, the various policies have quite different implications for societal welfare. , title = {Borrowing constraints, college aid, and intergenerational mobility}, institution = {}, year.