Student response to tuition increase by academic majors: empirical grounds for a cost-related tuition policy

@article{Shin2008StudentRT,
  title={Student response to tuition increase by academic majors: empirical grounds for a cost-related tuition policy},
  author={Jung Cheol Shin and Sande Milton},
  journal={Higher Education},
  year={2008},
  volume={55},
  pages={719-734}
}
This study explored the responses of students in different academic majors to tuition increase, with a particular focus on the relationship between tuition increase, and future earnings and college expenditures. We analyzed effects of tuition increase on enrollment in six academic majors—Engineering, Physics, Biology, Mathematics, Business, and Education—where disciplinary enrollment data were available. The main findings are that students are elastic to tuition level in Physics, Biology, and… 
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