Supplemental Table for "Alternative Student-Based Revenue Streams for Higher Education Institutions: A Difference-in-Difference Analysis Using Guaranteed Tuition Policies"
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Citation:Delaney, Jennifer A., Kearney, Tyler D. (2016) Supplementary Table for "Alternative student-based revenue streams for higher education institutions: A difference-in-difference analysis using guaranteed tuition policies." The Journal of Higher Education, 87(5), 731-769. http://doi.org/10.1353/jhe.2016.0028
This study considered the impact of state-level guaranteed tuition programs on alternative student-based revenue streams. It used a quasi-experimental, difference-in-difference methodology with a panel dataset of public four-year institutions from 2000–2012. Illinois’ 2004 “Truth-in-Tuition” law was used as the policy of interest and the treatment condition. Following the introduction of Illinois’ guaranteed tuition law, required fees and out-of-state tuition increased significantly at institutions subject to the law, but not the number or percent of out-of-state students. These results were robust to specifications with alternative comparison groups and the inclusion of state-specific linear time trends.
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