Independent Schools and Long-Run Educational Outcomes : Evidence from Sweden ’ s Large Scale Voucher Reform *

@inproceedings{Bhlmark2012IndependentSA,
  title={Independent Schools and Long-Run Educational Outcomes : Evidence from Sweden ’ s Large Scale Voucher Reform *},
  author={Anders B{\"o}hlmark and Mikael Lindahl},
  year={2012}
}
Independent Schools and Long-Run Educational Outcomes: Evidence from Sweden’s Large Scale Voucher Reform This paper evaluates average educational performance effects of an expanding independentschool sector at the compulsory level by assessing a radical voucher reform that was implemented in Sweden in 1992. Starting from a situation where all public schools were essentially local monopolists, the degree of independent schools has developed very differently across municipalities over time as a… CONTINUE READING
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