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In the last two decades, over two-thirds of OECD countries have augmented families’ capacity to choose schools for their children beyond those closest to their homes (Musset, 2012). The aims of school choice are to improve (1) the matching between children and schools and (2) students’ educational outcomes. At the same time, (3) there are equity concerns around school choice as maybe disadvantaged families are less able to exercise choice. Calsamiglia and Güell exploit a very rich administrative data set that contains all primary school applications in the city of Barcelona.
|Type||Focus Paper Series|
|Publisher||Edinburgh School of Economics Focus Paper Series|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2015|
|Name||Focus Paper Series|
|Publisher||Edinburgh School of Economics|
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Maia Guell (Keynote/plenary speaker)14 Dec 2012
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