Catholic schools, competition, and public school quality
Juliana F. Carattini,
Sean Mulholland and
Rachel B. Sederberg
Economics Letters, 2012, vol. 117, issue 1, 334-336
Catholic schools compete with public schools but may also cream-skim. The endogeneity of private school enrollment necessitates 2SLS. Measures of Catholic sex abuse scandals instrument for Catholic school enrollment. We find that competition from Catholic schools raises public school test scores.
Keywords: Competition; Catholic; Public school; Abuse scandal (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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