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Borrowing Constraints, College Enrollment, and Delayed Entry

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  • Matthew T. Johnson

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This article specifies a dynamic model of education, borrowing, and work decisions of high school graduates to ascertain how increasing the amount students are permitted to borrow through government-sponsored loan programs would affect educational attainment.

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  • Matthew T. Johnson, 2013. "Borrowing Constraints, College Enrollment, and Delayed Entry," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 57fc00235c3a47ff92cb253f9, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:57fc00235c3a47ff92cb253f9e4ec550
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    College Enrollment; High School Graduates; Borrowing Constraints; Education;

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