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2000 Economic stratification and hierarchy among US colleges and universitiesWinston, Gordon C.
2000 Where is aggressive price competition taking higher education?Winston, Gordon C.; Zimmerman, David J.
2000 The positional arms race in higher educationWinston, Gordon C.
2001 Saving, wealth, performance, and revenues in US colleges and universitiesWinston, Gordon C.; Carbone, Jared C.; Hurshman, Laurie C.
2001 ?Grow? the College? Why Bigger May Be Far From BetterWinston, Gordon C.
2001 Access: Net Prices, Affordability, and Equity At A Highly Selective CollegeHill, Catharine B.; Winston, Gordon C.
2002 Impatience and grades : delay-discount rates correlate negatively with college GPAKirby, Kris N.; Winston, Gordon C.; Santiesteban, Mariana
2003 Peer Effects in Higher EducationWinston, Gordon C.; Zimmerman, David J.
2003 Toward a Theory of Tuition: Prices, Peer Wages, and Competition in Higher EducationWinston, Gordon C.
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
2005 Access to the most selective private colleges by high-ability, low-income students: Are they out there?Winston, Gordon C.; Hill, Catharine B.
2011 Affordability of highly selective colleges and universities IIHill, Catharine B.; Davis-Van Atta, David; Gambhir, Rishad; Winston, Gordon C.