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Does Accessibility to Higher Education Matter

@inproceedings{S2004DoesAT,
  title={Does Accessibility to Higher Education Matter},
  author={C. S{\'a} and R. Florax and P. Rietveld},
  year={2004}
}
This paper identifies pivotal factors behind individual decision-making in the transition from high school to post-secondary education in the Netherlands. We apply a multinomial logit framework to individual data on post-secondary education choices. Specifically, our modeling approach accommodates two types of effects that have not received ample attention in the literature. First, we include information regarding the geographical accessibility of the higher education system. Second, we allow… Expand
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