References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 25 references in this bibliography folder.

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Grazzini, L, Luporini, A, and Petretto, A (2010).
Competition between state universities
Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche Universit\% à degli Studi di Firenze, Working Paper(02/2010).

Gautier, A and Wauthy, X (2007).
Teaching versus research: a multi-tasking approach to multi-department universities
European Economic Review, 273–295:273–295.

Johnes, G (2007).
Funding formulae where costs legitimately differ: The case of higher education in England
Education Economics, 15(4):385–404.

Kemnitz, A (2007).
University funding reform, competition and teaching quality
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 163(2):356–378.

Glass, J, McCallion, G, McKillop, D, and Stringer, K (2006).
A `technically level playing-field' profit efficiency analysis of enforced competition between publicly funded institutions
European Economic Review, 50(6):1601–1626.

Turner, D (2005).
Benchmarking in universities: League tables revisited
Oxford Review of Education, 31(3):353–371.

Charlemagne (2004).
Battling for brains: the parlous state of European universities
The Economist:52.

Gary-Bobo, J and Trannoy, A (2004).
Efficient tuition fees, examinations, and subsidies
CESIfO, Working Paper(1189).

Beath, J, Poyago-Theotoky, J, and Ulph, D (2003).
Optimal incentives for income generation in universities: the rule of thumb for the Crompton tax
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 21(9):1301–1322.

Greenaway, D and Haynes, M (2003).
Funding higher education in the UK: the role of fees and loans
The Economic Journal, 113:F150–166.

Fraja, GD and Iossa, E (2002).
Competition among universities and the emergence of the elite institution
Bulletin of Economic Research, 54(3):275–294.

Hare, P (2002).
Why do academics work? Institutions and incentives
Herriot-Watt University, Mimeo.

Drennan, L and Beck, M (2001).
Teaching quality performance indicators: key influences on the UK universities' scores
Quality Assurance in Education, 9(2):92–102.

Rey, ED (2001).
Teaching verses research: a model of state university competition
Journal of Urban Economics, 49:356–373.

García-Penalosa, C and Wälde, K (2000).
Efficiency and equity effects of the subsidies of higher education
Oxford Economic Papers, 52:702–722.

Clotfelter, C (1999).
The familiar but curios economics of higher education: introduction to a symposium
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 13:3–12.

Barr, N and Crawford, I (1998).
The Dearing report and the government's response: a critique
The Political Quarterly, 69(1):72–84.

Chapman, B (1997).
Conceptual issues and the Australian experience with income contingent charges for higher education
The Economic Journal, 107(442):738–51.

Dundar, H and Lewis, D (1995).
Departmental productivity in American univesities: economies of scale and scope
Economics of Education Review, 14(2):119–144.

Borooah, V (1994).
Modelling institutional behaviour: a microeconomic analysis of university management
Public Choice, 81:101–124.

Fankhauser, S (1994).
The social costs of greenhouse gas emissions: An expected value approach
The Energy Journal, 15(2):157-184.

Kaiser, F, Raymond, F, Koelman, J, and Vught, Fv (1992).
Public expenditure on higher education. A comparative study in member states of the European community
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London and Philadelphia. Higher Education Policy Series, 18.

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