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ERIC Number: ED127861
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-May
Pages: 19
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Conflict in Cost Analysis: Experiences with Three Different Cost Models.
Bruegman, Donald C.
Presented are the results of one university's experience with three different models of determining institutional program costs. The three models discussed are the National Center for Higher Education Information Exchange Procedures (NCHEMS IEP), the Ohio Board of Regents Resource Analysis Procedure, and the Association of American Medical Colleges Cost Study. Traced is the history of the University of Cincinnati's involvement in each of these three cost models. Samples show how one model differs from each of the others. But, it is concluded, that as long as there are so many different cost models, there is little chance that anyone will understand the costs of higher education. There needs to be more cooperation in developing standardized cost methodologies among national associations, state agencies, and institutions. (Author/KE)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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