A Review Essay-Comparisons of Public and Private Schools: Lessons from the Uproar
Journal of Human Resources, 1984, vol. 19, issue 2, 263-277
Several previous studies have relied on religious affiliation and the proximity to Catholic schools as exogenous sources of variation for identifying the effect of Catholic schooling on a wide variety of outcomes. Using three separate approaches, we ...
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