Research on "cost disease" in the Russian higher education
I. V. Abankina (),
T. V. Abankina () and
P. V. Derkachev ()
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Павел Деркачев
University Management: Practice and Analysis
The "cost disease" was recorded in U.S. higher education and other countries. In the USA The Delta Cost Project conducts continuous monitoring of university costs and students education costs starting from1987 to 2010. A. Rubinstein confirmed the hypothesis of the existence of the 'cost disease' for cultural organizations in Russia. In this paper we answer the question whether there is a 'cost disease' in the system of higher education in Russia. The article uses results of the project "Transforming education economics in the context of expanding resources" within the framework of fundamental research program of Higher School of Economics.
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