Nber Working Paper Series the Distributional Consequences of Public School Choice

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School choice systems aspire to delink residential location and school assignments by allowing children to apply to schools outside of their neighborhood. However, the introduction of choice programs affect incentives to live in certain neighborhoods, which may undermine the goals of choice programs. We investigate this possibility by developing a model of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Avery2015NberWP, title={Nber Working Paper Series the Distributional Consequences of Public School Choice}, author={Christopher Avery and Parag A. Pathak}, year={2015} }