Higher Education Politics & Economics (HEPE) invites papers for a special issue focusing on the impact of federal and state policies on postsecondary students. Guest co-editors: Dennis Kramer (University of Florida) and Christopher Marsicano (Davidson College). Deadline for Submission: December 15, 2019Read more about Special Issue: Impact of Federal and State Higher Education Policies on Students
Higher Education Politics & Economics is an academic, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal on higher education featuring research from a range of perspectives, including education finance, political science, social science, policy, and law to critically examine dynamics in the nexus of social, political, and economic forces shaping major changes in higher education in the US and worldwide (Print ISSN 2577-7270 & Online ISSN 2577-7289).
The journal features research and analysis from from all regions of the world contributing new insights into current issues of interest to academics, institutional leaders, policymakers and the public, exploring complex political and economic issues.
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