The Effects of Student Loans on the Provision and Demand for Higher Education

@inproceedings{Azuero2016TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Student Loans on the Provision and Demand for Higher Education},
  author={Rodrigo Azuero and David Zarruk Valencia},
  year={2016}
}
We characterize the outcomes of the tertiary education market in a context where borrowing constraints bind, there is a two-tier college system operating under monopolistic competition in which colleges differ by the quality offered and returns to education depend on the quality of the school attended. College quality, tuition prices, acceptance cut-offs and education demand are all determined in a general equilibrium model and depend on the borrowing constraints faced by households. Our main… CONTINUE READING

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