Richard Vedder

Center for College Affordability and Productivity

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Director of the Center for College Affordability and Productivity and Professor of Economics at Ohio University; author of Going Broke by Degree: Why College Costs Too Much

Richard Vedder on KCRW

If you are a student or a parent of a student headed for college, the numbers are daunting: $240,000 for a private four year college.

The Soaring Costs of College Tuition

If you are a student or a parent of a student headed for college, the numbers are daunting: $240,000 for a private four year college.

from To the Point

The cost of college is rising at two or three times the rate of inflation and student loans are creating decades of debt.

Is Higher Education Worth What It Costs?

The cost of college is rising at two or three times the rate of inflation and student loans are creating decades of debt.

from To the Point

Tuition and other expenses have gone up so much there's now a consensus that higher education costs too much, at the same time it's more necessary than ever.

Rising Cost and the Future of Higher Education

Tuition and other expenses have gone up so much there's now a consensus that higher education costs too much, at the same time it's more necessary than ever.

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