References list

5e: Tertiary (university) education

Where possible, the list provides abstracts of the entries and links to the publication.
Initial list compiled by: Giorgio Brunello and Ludger Wößmann

This reference list contains three parts:

  • Introductory Reading
    Somebody who does not know this literature or wants to get an overview might want to start here.
  • Key References
    Some of the most important references in this literature, which may require some more knowledge of the field.
  • Further Reading
    Organized by date of publication.

Introductory Reading

  1. Angrist, Joshua D., Daniel Lang and Philip Oreopoulos (2009). Incentives and Services for College Achievement: Evidence from a Randomized Trial. In: American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (1) , 1-29 . Abstract. Link.

  2. Angrist, Joshua, D., Philip Oreopoulos, Tyler Williams (2014). When Opportunity Knocks, Who Answers? New Evidence on College Achievement Awards. In: Journal of Human Resources 49(3) , 572-610 . Abstract. Link.

  3. Avery, Christopher (2013). Evaluation of the College Possible Program: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial. NBER Working Paper 19562. Abstract. Link.

  4. Barr, Nicholas (2004). Higher Education Funding. In: Oxford Review of Economic Policy 20(2) , 264-283 . Abstract. Link.

  5. Bound, John, Sarah Turner (2011). Dropouts and Diplomas: The Divergence in Collegiate Outcomes. In: Eric A. Hanushek, Stephen Machin and Ludger Woessmann (eds.). Handbook of the Economics of Education. Amsterdam: North-Holland , 573-613 . Abstract. Link.

  6. Castleman, Benjamin L. and Lindsay C. Page (2015). Summer Nudging: Can Personalized Text Messages and Peer Mentor Outreach Increase College Going among Low-income High School Graduates? . In: Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 115 , 144-160 . Abstract. Link.

  7. Castleman, Benjamin L. and Lindsay C. Page (2015). Freshman Year Financial Aid Nudges: An Experiment to Increase FAFSA Renewal and College Persistence. In: Journal of Human Resources forthcoming . Abstract. Link.

  8. Clotfelter, Charles T. (1999). The Familiar but Curious Economics of Higher Education: Introduction to a Symposium. In: Journal of Economic Perspectives 13(1) , 03-12 . Abstract. Link.

  9. Clotfelter, Charles T., Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Malcolm Getz and John J. Siegfried (1991). Economic Challenges in Higher Education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press . Link.

  10. Ehrenberg, Ronald G. (1999). Adam Smith Goes to College: An Economist Becomes an Academic Administrator. In: Journal of Economic Perspectives 13(1) , 99-116 . Abstract. Link.

  11. Goldin, Claudia, Lawrence F. Katz (1999). The Shaping of Higher Education: The Formative Years in the United States, 1890 to 1940. In: Journal of Economic Perspectives 13(1) , 37-62 . Abstract. Link.

  12. Hoxby, Caroline M. (2004). College Choices. The Economics of Where to Go, When to Go, And How to Pay for It. University of Chicago Press . Abstract. Link.

  13. Kane, Thomas J. (1999). The Price of Admission: Rethinking How Americans Pay for College. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution . Abstract. Link.

  14. Wiswall, Matthew and Basit Zafar (2015). Determinants of College Major Choice: Identification using an Information Experiment. In: Review of Economic Studies 82 (2) , 791-824 . Abstract. Link.

Key references

  1. Bettinger,Eric and Rachel Baker (2014). The Effects of Student Coaching in College: An Evaluation of a Randomized Experiment in Student Mentoring. In: Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 36 (1) , 3-19 . Abstract. Link.

  2. Cameron, Stephen, James Heckman (2001). The Dynamics of Educational Attainment for Black, Hispanic, and White Males. In: Journal of Political Economy 109(2) , 455-499 . Abstract. Link.

  3. Card, David and Thomas Lemieux (2001). Can Falling Supply Explain the Rising Return to College for Younger Men? A Cohort-Based Analysis. In: Quarterly Journal of Economics 116(2) , 705-746 . Abstract. Link.

  4. Carneiro, Pedro, James Heckman (2002). The Evidence on Credit Constraints in Post-Secondary Schooling. In: Economic Journal 112(482) , 705-734 . Abstract. Link.

  5. Chapman, Bruce (1997). Conceptual Issues and the Australian Experience with Income Contingent Charging for Higher Education.. In: Economic Journal 107(442) , 1178-1193 . Link.

  6. Dynarski, Susan M. (2003). Does Aid Matter? Measuring the Effect of Student Aid on College Attendance and Completion. In: American Economic Review 93(1) , 279-288 . Link.

  7. Dynarski, Susan M. (2002). The Behavioral and Distributional Implications of Aid for College. In: American Economic Review 92(2) , 279-285 . Link.

  8. Greenaway, David, Michelle Haynes (2003). Funding High Education in the UK: The Role of Fees and Loans. In: Economic Journal 113(485) , 150-166 . Abstract. Link.

  9. Hoxby, Caroline M. (2004). College Choices: The Economics of Where to Go, When to Go, and How to Pay for It. Chicago: University of Chicago Press . Abstract. Link.

  10. Hoxby, Caroline M. and Sarah Turner (2013). Expanding College Opportunities for High-Achieving, Low Income Students. Discussion Paper 12-014. Abstract. Link.

  11. Katz, Lawrence, Claudia Goldin (1999). The Shaping of Higher Education: The Formative Years in the United States, 1890 To 1940. In: Journal of Economic Perspectives 13(1) , 37-62 . Abstract. Link.

  12. Katz, Lawrence, Kevin Murphy (1992). Changes in Relative Wages, 1963-1987: Supply and Demand Factors. In: Quarterly Journal of Economics 107(1) , 35-78 . Abstract. Link.

  13. Webber, Karen L. and Angel J. Calderon (eds.) (2015). Institutional Research and Planning in Higher Education: Global Contexts and Themes. New York and London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group . Abstract. Link.

Further reading

  1. Abbott, Andrew, Derek Leslie (2004). Recent Trends in Higher Education Applications and Acceptances. In: Education Economics 12(1) , 67-86 . Abstract. Link.

  2. Aghion, Philippe, Mathias Dewatripont, Caroline Hoxby, Andreu Mas-Colell A and André Sapir (2010). The Governance and Peformance of Universities. In: Economic Policy 25 , 7-59 . Abstract. Link.

  3. Arcidiacono, Peter (2005). Affirmative Action in Higher Education: How Do Admission and Financial Aid Rules Affect Future Earnings?. In: Econometrica 73(5) , 1477-1524 . Abstract. Link.

  4. Arcidiacono, Peter (2004). Ability Sorting and the Returns To College Major. In: Journal of Econometrics 121(2) , 343-375 . Abstract. Link.

  5. Athey, Susan, Lawrence F. Katz, Alan B. Krueger, Steven Levitt and James Poterba (2007). What Does Performance in Graduate School Predict? Graduate Economics Education and Student Outcomes.. In: American Economic Review 97(2) , 512-520 . Link.

  6. Autor, David (2014). Skills, Education, and the Rise of Earnings Inequality Among the ‘Other 99 Percent’. In: Science 344(6186) , 843-851 . Abstract. Link.

  7. Avery, Christopher N., Mark E. Glickman, Caroline M. Hoxby and Andrew Metrick (2013). A Revealed Preference Ranking of U.S. Colleges and Universities. In: Quarterly Journal of Economics 128(1) , 425-467 . Abstract. Link.

  8. Bailey, Michael A., Mark Carl Rom and Matthew M. Taylor (2004). State Competition in Higher Education: A Race to the Top, or a Race to the Bottom?. In: Economics of Governance 5(1) , 53-75 . Abstract. Link.

  9. Behrman, Jere, Mark Rosenzweig and Paul Taubman (1997). College Choice and Wages: Estimates Using Data on Female Twins. In: Review of Economics and Statistics 78(4) , 672-685 . Abstract. Link.

  10. Behrman, Jere, Robert A. Pollak and Paul Taubman (1989). Family Resources, Family Size, and Access To Financing for College Education. In: Journal of Political Economy 97(2) , 398-419 . Abstract. Link.

  11. Bettinger, Eric P. and Rachel Baker (2014). The Effects of Student Coaching: An Evaluation of a Randomized Experiment in Student Advising. In: Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 36(1) , 3-19 . Abstract. Link.

  12. Bettinger, Eric P., Bridget Terry Long, Philip Oreopoulos and Lisa Sanbonmatsu (2012). The Role of Application Assistance and Information in College Decisions: Results from the H&R Block Fafsa Experiment. In: Quarterly Journal of Economics 127(3) , 1205-1242 . Abstract. Link.

  13. Bettinger, Eric, P., Briget Terry Long (2009). Addressing the Needs of Underprepared Students in Higher Education: Does College Remediation Work?. In: Journal of Human Resources 44(3) , 736-771 . Abstract. Link.

  14. Bilić, Ria, Ninoslav Šćukanec, Matija Sinković, Nikolina Svalina, Slobodan Škopelja, and Marko Turk (2017). The Role of Transparency in Enhancing Quality of Higher Education. Zagreb: Institute for the Development of Education . Link.

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