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Economics in Plain English

Why Are Colleges Getting So Expensive?

Dec 04, 2013 | 13-part series
Derek Thompson

Students are paying more every year: But different schools have very different reasons for their unstoppably rising costs.

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Derek Thompson answers questions from readers about business and money.

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