Efficient tuition fees and examinations : A reply

  title={Efficient tuition fees and examinations : A reply},
  author={David Flacher and Hugo Harari-Kermadec},
Gary-Bobo and Trannoy (2008) assume that students observe a private noisy signal of their ability while university gets information through noisy tests. They derive that a selection of potential applicants mixing tuition fees and examinations is socially optimal when the information owned by the university is not completely revealed to students. If tests results are public knowledge, they deduce that tuition fees alone can lead to an optimal degree of student self-selection. In this article, we… CONTINUE READING

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