I’ve previously shared an amazing chart that shows how more government spending on public schools has yielded zero positive results.
Well, it seems that government spending on colleges and universities also leaves a lot to be desired.
Three academics investigated the relationship between higher-education spending and economic performance and it turns out that this perverse form of redistribution from poor to rich is counterproductive. Here’s the key sentence from the abstract.
Results from a series of fixed-effects regressions using a 1992-2002 panel of state-level data indicate that increased spending on higher education generally exhibits a relatively large negative effect on private sector employment or gross state product growth when the increase in education spending is financed through own-source revenue.
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