Working papers from 2013 are listed here. Papers from previous years can be found by clicking on one of the links to the left.
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|2013 Working Papers|
|CHERI WP 162 (PDF, 382 KB)||University Endowment Growth: Assessing Policy Proposals||Ross Milton and Ronald Ehrenberg|
|CHERI WP 161 (PDF, 258 KB)||The Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship's Effects on PhD Production at Non-UNCF Institutions: An Evaluation||Ronald Ehrenberg, Sarah Prenovitz, Gary Cohen and George Jakubson|
|CHERI WP 160 (PDF, 111 KB)||Coauthors and Collaborations||Ronald Ehrenberg|
|CHERI WP 159 (PDF, 50 KB)||What's the Future of Public Higher Education? A Review Essay on Public No More: A New Path to Excellence for America's Public Universities||Ronald Ehrenberg|
|CHERI WP 158 (PDF, 1 MB)||Boundary Spanning in Academia: Antecedents and Near-Term Consequences of Academic Entrepreneurialilsm||Kevin Kniffin and Andrew Hanks|
|CHERI WP 157 (PDF, 1 MB)||Revisiting Gladwell's Hockey Players: Influence of Relative Age Effects Upon Earning the PhD.||Kevin Kniffin and Andrew Hanks|
|CHERI WP 156 (PDF, 104 KB)||Institutional Variation in Enrollment of Low-Income Students: The Role of Prices, Financial Aid Policies and Selectivity||James Monks|
|CHERI WP 155 (PDF, 60 KB)||Revenue Shares and Monopsonistic Behavior in Intercollegiate Athletics||James Monks|
|CHERI WP 154 (PDF, 39 KB)||The Other Debt Crisis||Ronald Ehrenberg and Ross Milton|
|CHERI WP 153 (PDF, 1 MB)||Decomposing the Dispersion of Higher Education Endowments||Ross Milton and Ron Erhenberg|
|CHERI WP 152 (PDF, 339 KB)||The Lifetime Earnings Premia of Different Majors: Correcting for Selection Based on Cognitive and Noncognitive, and Unobserved Factors||Douglas Webber|