Journal of Academic Ethics 1 (2):175-179 (2003)

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In this article we assert that much of the public good associated with teaching and research in higher education is gradually being displaced. This privatization of higher education is reflected in increased licensing of research and in the fragmentation of the traditional general education core. Taxpayer de-funding and institutional substitution are economic consequences of public good displacement.
Keywords higher education  public versus private goods
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DOI 10.1023/B:JAET.0000006857.63363.15
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