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Cost and Efficiency

CCRC researchers conduct analyses to understand the economic implications of the community college completion agenda and develop tools for measuring college costs and for examining revenue implications of policies aimed at improving outcomes.


Latest Publications

JUNE 2016
Momentum: The Academic and Economic Value of a 15-Credit First-Semester Course Load for College Students in Tennessee
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JUNE 2015
Efficiency Gains in Community Colleges: Two Areas for Further Investigation
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SEPTEMBER 2014
Can Community Colleges Afford to Improve Completion? Measuring the Costs and Efficiency Effects of College Reforms
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MAY 2014
Can Community Colleges Continue to Do More With Less?
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MARCH 2014
Efficiency in the Community College Sector: Stochastic Frontier Analysis
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JANUARY 2014
Community College Economics for Policymakers: The One Big Fact and the One Big Myth
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MAY 2013
Access and Success with Less: Improving Productivity in Broad-Access Postsecondary Institutions
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APRIL 2012
Measuring Efficiency in the Community College Sector
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