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Higher Learning, Greater Good: The Private and Social Benefits of Higher Education
by Walter W. McMahon
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<PA college education has long been acknowledged as essential for both personal success and economic growth. But the measurable value of its nonmonetary benefits has until now been poorly understood. <IIn Higher Learning, Greater Good[/I], leading education economist Walter W. McMahon carefully describes these benefits and suggests that higher education accrues significant social and private benefits.
<PMcMahon's research uncovers a major skill deficit and college premium in the United States and other OECD countries due to technical change and globalization, which, according to a new preface to the 2017 edition, continues unabated. A college degree brings better job opportunities, higher earnings, and even improved health and longevity. Higher education also promotes democracy and sustainable growth and contributes to reduced crime and lower state welfare and prison costs. These social benefits are substantial in relation to the costs of a college education.
<POffering a human capital perspective on these and other higher education policy issues, McMahon suggests that poor understanding of the value of nonmarket benefits leads to private underinvestment. He offers policy options that can enable state and federal governments to increase investment in higher education.



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publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press; Reprint edition (May 25, 2017)
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Login or Join Advertise About Contact Subscribe 1, NoIt is important to reach them as wellIn Higher Learning, Greater Good: The Private and Social Benefits of Higher Education (Johns Hopkins University Press), Walter WIt's not just public policy, but also private decision making.Students and their families would privately invest more, meaning that more middle class families would encourage their children to go on to college, if there were wider understanding of the specific non-market private benefits to their health, longevity, and happinessHigher education also promotes democracy and sustainable growth and contributes to reduced crime and lower state welfare and prison costsThis insightful volume derives from a lifetime of scholarly exploration and arrives at a time when a clear understanding of the economic benefits of higher education has never been more crucialSome features of this site may not work without itTheir value is about $9,883 per year after graduation for each year of college degree

This underinvestment is reflected in many waysThe e-mail address is not made public and will only be used if you wish to receive a new password or wish to receive certain news or notifications by e-mailThey do not include the considerable value beyond earnings, for example, to better health, better child education and better child cognitive development, greater longevity, more efficient household purchasing, better management of assets, and many, many, more non-market private benefitsWalter W.JavaScript is disabled for your browserNonprofit group Single Stop helps low-income students avoid financial barriers A humanities professor visits colleges with his daughter (essay) Does privatizing public higher education necessarily undermine the public good? Today&rsquo;s News from Inside Higher Ed The Slowly Diversifying Presidency Questions on Professionalism and Personal Gain Staffing Woes at the Education Department Inside Higher Ed&rsquo;s Quick Takes Jewish Students Sue San Francisco State Arizona Regent Who Mocked Legislator Resigns Student Released From North Korea Dies Ruth Simmons Takes a New (Interim) Presidency UNC Chapel Hill Honored for Commitment to Equity Major League Baseball Players Get Access to Northeastern Programs What Others Are Reading Viewed Past: Day Week Month Year So graduates receive spill over benefits from the education of &lsquo;others&rsquo; in prior generations, but they also give some of each benefit listed above to &lsquo;others&rsquo; in future generations.Q: Historically, many colleges (or academic programs) have focused on straightforward measures of the "value" of higher education -- employment rates, salary averages, passage rates on state licensing examsThis said, there are still some unknowns, and some barely-knownsBut they are small related to the scope of the problem

Peters University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignSearch for more papers by this authorFirst published: 17 May 2010Full publication historyDOI: 10.1111/j.1469-5812.2009.00542.x View/save citationCited by (CrossRef): 0 articles Check for updates Citation tools Set citation alert Citing literature No abstract is available for this articleReviewed by David Shulenburger Contact KU ScholarWorks Lawrence, KS Maps Academics Admission Alumni Athletics Campuses Giving Jobs The University of Kansas prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age, ancestry, disability, status as a veteran, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, gender identity, gender expression and genetic information in the University&rsquo;s programs and activitiesJohn, Edward P.What's Happening to Public Higher Education?: The Shifting Financial BurdenEhrenberg, Ronald G.Also found here: Issues/January-February%202010/abstract-expanding.html URI Collections Provost Office Published Articles [95] Economics Scholarly Works [164] Citation Walter WIf a person enjoys exercise or participatory sports, for example, it does not reduce his or her enjoyment to be told that it also benefits his or her health Close Overlay Journal Info Journal of Education Finance Description: The Journal of Education Finance is recognized as one of the leading journals in the field of funding public schoolsJSTOR, the JSTOR logo, JPASS, and ITHAKA are registered trademarks of ITHAKAWalter W

35, NoDespite all thats been done to improve doctoral study, horror stories keep comingHigher Learning, Greater Good: The Private and Social Benefits of Higher Education Roger Brown enjoys a timely text that shows we cannot afford to starve the academy of funds September 3, 2009 Share on twitter Share on facebook Share on linkedin We have underinvested in higher education, Walter McMahon argues, because we have underestimated its benefits both to individual students and to society as a whole, as graduates use the human capital formed during higher education throughout their lives in ways that improve the community.These "additional" perks comprise private, non-market benefits (to individuals over and above their extra earnings) and social boons (externalities).But many others -- including some influential lawmakers -- view the benefits of higher education more narrowly. 79c7fb41ad



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