Refining an Educational Pricing Model
Educational Institutions today set prices without regarding to simple micro-economic and macro-economic principles. Today, with student options being unlimited, this strategy fails, and better pricing models need to be developed.
||Post-secondary education, Education pricing, Pricing models, Determining fees for education
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp.37-44.
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Alexander Pevec has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto, where he graduated with distinction. He has an MBA in Finance from York University, and is currently a doctoral candidate at Nova SouthEastern University. His professional career encompasses IT and management positions in Life Insurance, Banking, Telecommunications, and Manufacturing. Highlights include large scale insurance system development, creating inventory management systems for small businesses, creating a manufacturing cost model for a large telecom. equipment manufacturer, and other management and Information Technology positions. The past 11 years he has taught in the college and university environment in North America, and published papers at referred conferences throughout Canada. His research interests include student learning, and how it is affected by on-line content, as well as comparing public and private educational institutions, with respect to learning, technology, and pricing.
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