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The Effects of Institutional Merit-Based Aid On the Enrollment Decisions of Needy Students
(Enrollment Management Journal, 2008)
-based aid in needy-student financial aid packages. Using a unique empirical approach in which the decisions of University of Oregon applicants to apply for federal financial aid and/or enroll at the University of Oregon are modeled jointly, results indicate...
HOPE for the Pell? Institutional Effects in the Intersection of Merit-Based and Need-Based Aid
(Southern Economic Journal, 2006)
Prior empirical evidence finds that general enrollment effects of merit-aid programs such as the Georgia Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally (HOPE) scholarship are large and significant, while the effects of need-based ...
An Anatomy of a Cartel: The National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 and the Compliance Crisis of 1934
(Research in Economic History, 2008)
This paper explores the nature and causes of the cartel compliance crisis that befell the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) one year after its passage in 1933. We employ a simple game-theoretic model of the NIRA's ...
Weed Management Costs, Weed Best Management Practices, and the Roundup Ready[trademark] Weed Management Program
Roundup Ready[trademark] (RR) crops have been widely adopted because they provide significant benefits to growers, but glyphosate- resistant weeds threaten the sustainability of these benefits. Weed best-management practices ...