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ERIC Number: ED446488
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 23
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Managing Traditional and Non-Traditional Resources in Higher Education: Time Series Analyses for Best Bets.
Labeouf, Joanne; Geller, Harold
Innovative resource management can enable institutions to respond to changes in enrollment while remaining within budgetary parameters. Successful use of these techniques allows institutions a flexible resource management strategy geared towards future needs and changes. Some increased resources may be used to enhance the students' academic and social experience by providing more programs and services at reasonable tuition rates and student fees. Recent trends reflect a shift from use of traditional revenue resources to use of non-traditional resources. This report examines a narrative background of current fiscal practices in higher education, followed by an explanation of various traditional fiscal resources and non-traditional resources and techniques with examples of successes. Data analysis is presented on trends in the use of higher education resources. The authors draw conclusions on ways institutions can respond to needs for resources. (HB)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Language: English
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