Persuasive and compelling game of loans moves beyond the emotionally charged and politicized talk surrounding student debt and offers a set of sensible policy proposals that can solve the real problems in student lending. Persuasive and compelling game of loans moves beyond the emotionally charged and politicized talk surrounding student debt and offers a set of sensible policy proposals that can solve the real problems in student lending. Game of loans the rhetoric and reality of student debt beth akers matthew m chingos share this book buy on amazon princeton university press 2016 069116715x about the book reviews successfully aimed at non economists game of loans is clearly written it is a powerful antidote to the stereotypes and myths that have grown up around student loans david wessel wall street journal . In an era of rising tuition and student debt many are beginning to question the value of college while estimates indicate that the median gap in annual earnings between a high school and college graduate is 19550 the class of 2016 enters the workforce with 37172 in student loan debtgiven this new reality apprenticeships and early entrance into the workforce are gaining traction as . College tuition and student debt have been rising at an alarming rate for decades and these trends have raised serious questions game of loans draws on new evidence to explain why such fears are misplaced and how the popular myth of a looming crisis has obscured the real problems facing student lending in america beth akers and matthew chingos cut through the sensationalism and misleading
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