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  1. The Relationship Between Public and Private College Enrollment Rates Peter Haldis PUAF 611

  2. Research Question • Primary question: What is the effect of public college enrollment rates onprivate college enrollment rates? • Secondary question: What is the effect of tuition rates at public colleges on public college enrollment?

  3. Relationship to Midterm Project • Analysis used in midterm project studied the wage premium for college graduates, compared those who only have a high school diploma. • The data sets for the analysis included data on public and private college enrollment rates, average public college tuition and state appropriations per college-aged student.

  4. Econometric Analysis • Fixed Effects model • Enables the accounting of time effects on the variables • OLS regression shows positive relationship between tuition and enrollment because these effects aren’t accounted for.

  5. Regressions without other variables

  6. Regressions with college-aged persons

  7. Regressions with state appros.

  8. Policy Implications • There is significant overlap among private and public college students. • Value seems to be an important factor for public colleges and universities. • Tuition increases drive some students out of the college population.

  9. Policy Recommendations • Do not increase tuition at public institutions. • Try to find ways to decrease tuition from its current level.