Seminario: "Competition and the cannibalization of college quality"

Autor(es): Paola Bordon (FEN), Chao Fu (University of Wisconsin), Ana Gazmuri (Wharton School) and Jean-Francoise Hounde (Wharton School and NBER). Presenta: Paola Bordon Lugar y hora: Miércoles 10 de Mayo de 2017, 13:00 hrs. Sala P 301, Edificio Placa (Diagonal Paraguay 257)
In this paper we study the consequences of increased competition and geographic differentiation resulting from the deregulation of the college market in Chile and the increase in government scholarships and loans. We study the effects of these changes in market characteristics on the efficiency of the higher education system and the accessibility and quality of colleges. We estimate a sorting model to account for vertical and horizontal dimensions of differentiation and quantify the quality of public and private colleges. We quantify the impact of these expansion policies on the distribution of education quality.  

Datos del Evento

Fecha de inicio:
10 de Mayo, 2017 | 13:00 hrs.

Fecha de término
10 de Mayo, 2017 | 14:00 hrs.

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