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By Courtesy of Kent A. Smetters
Kent A. Smetters is a Wharton School professor. Smetters thinks that if universities weren’t trying to play “the prestige game,” undergraduate student enrollment at universities like Harvard might’ve been three times as much as it was 30 years ago.
Kent A. Smetters is a Wharton School professor. Smetters thinks that if universities weren’t trying to play “the prestige game,” undergraduate student enrollment at universities like Harvard might’ve been three times as much as it was 30 years ago.

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