Monopsony Power in Higher Education: A Tale of Two Tracks
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We would like to thank Pengyu Ren for his outstanding research assistance and David Deming, Emir Kamenica, Pete Klenow, Neale Mahoney, Magne Mogstad, Suresh Naidu, Canice Prendergast, Robert Topel, Seth Zimmerman and seminar participants at the University of Chicago for helpful comments. We thank the Initiative on Global Markets at the University of Chicago’s Booth School for financial assistance. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
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Goolsbee has given paid speeches to Universities and to associations of higher education and serves on the board of the Lumina Foundation which promotes higher educational attainment.
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I have no relevant financial interests to disclose