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Author Brown, Walter A.

Title Cost containment in higher education : issues and recommendations / Walter A. Brown, Cayo Gamber.

Published San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, in cooperation with ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, the George Washington University, Association for the Study of Higher Education, Graduate School of Education and Human Development, the George Washington University, [2002]
©2002

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 UniM Bund  378.1060973 BROW {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xii, 173 pages ; 23 cm.
Series ASHE-ERIC higher education report, 0884-0040 ; v. 28, no. 5.
ASHE-ERIC higher education report ; v. 28, no. 5.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 145-165) and indexes.
Contents What's driving your instructional cost? : faculty compensation ; faculty productivity ; financial commitment to tenure ; summary -- Are there cost savings in academic libraries? : acquisition costs ; technology impact on academic libraries ; outsourcing in academic libraries ; summary -- Can plant operations and facilities continue to be ignored? : deferred maintenance ; outsourcing ; energy management ; summary -- Is research a facilitator or barrier to cost containment? : sponsored research ; university-sponsored research ; direct and indirect cost factors ; summary -- Can university student services remain viable with an increasing cost structure? : student aid administration ; student activities ; supplemental education services ; summary -- External cost factors : Are states' policies for higher education institutions helping or hindering cost containment opportunities? : assessment and accountability ; performance funding and budgeting, restructuring ; summary -- Conclusion and recommendations : summary of chapter issues (Were the questions answered?) ; final comments.
Summary With increased public concern over accountability, educational institutions are being asked the defend their expenses. In addition, the heady economic boom of the late 90's has given way to an economic slowdown and possible recession, making colleges and universities take hard looks at their spending practices. This book offers practical advice on how to contain costs in an academic environment, highlighting how economic models from business and industry can be translated for use in educational institutions. The authors use case studies to add context and detailed analysis to show how campuses can make needed modifications in their budgets while staying true to their mission and goals.
Other author Gamber, Cayo.
Subject Universities and colleges -- United States -- Finance.
Universities and colleges -- United States -- Administration.
Universities and colleges -- United States -- Employees.
Universities and colleges -- Services for -- Contracting out.
Academic libraries -- Finance.
Program budgeting.
ISBN 0787958387 (paperback)