Monday, September 14, 2009

Business profs analyze the value of state investment in higher education

These folks are in Michigan, which like Nevada, is facing a steep economic downturn due to an over-reliance on a single industry that is now struggling. They make the case for the return to the state of investing in higher education, and on the relatively low cost of higher education's most valuable input factor, intellectual capital, in the form of its faculty.

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