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In Unexploited Efficiencies in Higher Education, Henry C. Eyring, a junior majoring in Economics at Brigham Young University-Idaho, argues that one way that the U.S. can compete globally in college attainment is to decrease cost-per-graduate. He explains how many stakeholders in higher education stand to benefit from unexploited cost-efficiencies. Eyring cites strategies implemented by Brigham Young University-Idaho as examples of ways that institutions of higher education can become moredoi:10.19030/cier.v4i7.4789 fatcat:c2mv4ohvibal5nfsrov5jbflhm