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ERIC Number: ED200081
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Pages: 500
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Public Policy and the Financing of Higher Education in New York. Hofstra University Yearbook of Business, Series 15, Volume 6, 1980.
McKeough, William, Ed.
Financing of higher education in New York and the public policies which impinge on, influence, and are reflected in the process are explored in this preliminary probe. Chapters include: The Need for the Study (N. J. King); Implications of Tax Policy (Mark Segal); Institutional Tax Exemptions and Tax Benefits (Steven A. Cohen); State Institutional Assistance (Philip Hanfling); Conditional Institutional Funding (Philip M. Iovino); Student Assistance: The Basic Education Opportunity Grant (Alphonse Mekalainas); Student Assistance: Teacher Corps; Upward Bound: TAP; Fellowships (Donald Ferranti); Student Assistance--NDEA and Other Loans: Regents Scholarships (Carol Bernard); Planning, Cooperation, and Resource Allocation (Felix Lettieri); Regulation Compliance Costs Cooperative Savings (Eugene DeClue); Indirect Institutional Funding: The G.I. Bill (Roger R. Ehrler); Institutional Regulation Under Public Policy, with Financial Consequences: Accreditation (Richard Nelson); and Institutional Regulation Under Public Policy, with Financial Consequences: Collective Bargaining in Higher Education (Richard Nelson). Several omissions are noted in the study, namely: (1) the impact of student consumerism, (2) the role played by "auxiliary enterprises," (3) unionization, (4) direct funding, and (5) certain imputed influences, not amenable to traditional research analysis. References and bibliographies are provided for each section. (LC)
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Hofstra Univ., Hempstead, NY.
Identifiers: Basic Educational Opportunity Grants; G I Bill; New York