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DateTitle Authors
2011 Affordability of highly selective colleges and universities IIHill, Catharine B. / Davis-Van Atta, David / Gambhir, Rishad / Winston, Gordon C.
2008 Low-income students and highly selective private colleges: Searching and recruitingHill, Catharine B. / Winston, Gordon
2007 A note on how well available income information identifies low-income studentsWinston, Gordon / Hill, Catharine / Zimmerman, David
2006 Social comparison of abilities at an elite college: Feeling outclassed with 1350 SATsKugler, Matthew B. / Goethals, George R.
2005 Access to the most selective private colleges by high-ability, low-income students: Are they out there?Winston, Gordon C. / Hill, Catharine B.
2004 Institutional Ethos, Peers and Individual OutcomesZimmerman, David J. / Rosenblum, David / Hillman, Preston
2003 Who Cares? How Students View Faculty and Other Adults in US Higher EducationGoethals, George R. / Hurshman, Laurie C. / Sischy, Adam C. / Winston, Gordon C. / Zhelev, Georgi / Zimmerman, David J.
2003 Affordability: Family Incomes and Net Prices At Highly Selective Private Colleges and UniversitiesHill, Catharine B. / Winston, Gordon C. / Boyd, Stephanie
2003 Toward a Theory of Tuition: Prices, Peer Wages, and Competition in Higher EducationWinston, Gordon C.
2003 Peer Effects in Higher EducationWinston, Gordon C. / Zimmerman, David J.
2002 Impatience and grades : delay-discount rates correlate negatively with college GPAKirby, Kris N. / Winston, Gordon C. / Santiesteban, Mariana
2001 Access: Net Prices, Affordability, and Equity At A Highly Selective CollegeHill, Catharine B. / Winston, Gordon C.
2001 Peer effects, gender, and intellectual performance among students at a highly selective college : a social comparison of abilities analysisGoethals, George R.
2001 ?Grow? the College? Why Bigger May Be Far From BetterWinston, Gordon C.
2001 Saving, wealth, performance, and revenues in US colleges and universitiesWinston, Gordon C. / Carbone, Jared C. / Hurshman, Laurie C.
2000 Economic stratification and hierarchy among US colleges and universitiesWinston, Gordon C.
2000 Undergraduate financial aid and subsequent giving behaviorDugan, Kelly / Mullin, Charles H. / Siegfried, John J.
2000 Where is aggressive price competition taking higher education?Winston, Gordon C. / Zimmerman, David J.
2000 Social comparison and peer effects at an elite collegeGoethals, George R.
2000 The positional arms race in higher educationWinston, Gordon C.
2000 So you want to earn a Ph. D. in economics : how long do you think it will take?Siegfried, John J. / Stock, Wendy A.