The fiscal impacts of college attainment

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Philip A. Trostel;
(2007)
  • Subject: Income tax ; Education - Economic aspects ; College graduates
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This study quantifies one important part of the economic return to public investment in college education, namely, the fiscal benefits associated with greater college attainment. College graduates generally pay much more in taxes than those not going to college. Governm... View more
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