On Episode 82 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Alexander Lowry about ethics in the financial world and how Gordon College’s new MBA finance program is placing a special emphasis on ethical decision making.
On Episode 81 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Alexander Lowry about creating and directing the new MBA finance program at Gordon College.
On Episode 80 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Alexander Lowry, Master of Science in Financial Analysis at Gordon College.
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Colleges are full of it: Behind the three-decade scheme to raise tuition, bankrupt generations, and hypnotize the media
The price of a year at college has increased by more than 1,200 percent over the last 30 years, far outpacing any other price the government tracks: food, housing, cars, gasoline, TVs, you name it. Tuition has increased at a rate double that of medical care, usually considered the most expensive of human necessities. It has outstripped any reasonable expectation people might have had for investments over the period. And, as we all know, it has crushed a generation of college grads with debt. Today, thanks to those enormous tuition prices, young Americans routinely start adult life with a burden unknown to any previous cohort and whose ruinous effects we can only guess at. On the assumption that anyone in that generation still has a taste for irony, I…
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