Experiencing and responding to private competition: the importance of subjectivity and intermediate outcomes

Abstract

Despite the substantial growth of private schooling in developing countries in the past three decades, there has been little attention paid to the question of how public schools are experiencing and responding to competition in these contexts. To address this research gap, I conduct a competitionfocused analysis using primary survey data collected from two… (More)

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@inproceedings{Joshi2016ExperiencingAR, title={Experiencing and responding to private competition: the importance of subjectivity and intermediate outcomes}, author={Priyadarshani Joshi}, year={2016} }