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Stretching the Higher Education Dollar: How Innovation Can Improve Access, Equity, and Affordability


reviewed by Kevin Delaney ó December 06, 2013

coverTitle: Stretching the Higher Education Dollar: How Innovation Can Improve Access, Equity, and Affordability
Author(s): Andrew P. Kelly & Kevin Carey
Publisher: Harvard Education Press, Cambridge
ISBN: 1612505945, Pages: 272, Year: 2013
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: December 06, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17344, Date Accessed: 10/1/2014 10:16:00 AM

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  • Kevin Delaney
    Temple University
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    KEVIN J. DELANEY is Professor of Sociology and Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs at Temple University in Philadelphia. He is an economic sociologist with research interests in corporate bankruptcy, the use of public subsidies to build sports stadiums, and the ways in which occupation influences a personís view of money and finance.
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