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Demonstrated Interest: Signaling Behavior in College Admissions

James A. Dearden, Suhui Li, Chad Meyerhoefer and Muzhe Yang

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Abstract: In college admission decisions, important and possibly competing goals include increasing the quality of the freshman class and making the school more selective while attaining the targeted size of the incoming class.

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