Few topics reliably inspire more disagreements within higher education than the cost of college -- whether it’s rising too fast, why it’s rising, whether the right people end up paying the bulk of increased costs. New to the discussion is a book out last month, Runaway College Costs (Johns Hopkins University Press). Both of its authors are economists. One, James V. Koch, is an emeritus economics professor and president emeritus at Old Dominion University. The other, Richard J. Cebula,...


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