Estimating Equilibrium Effects of Informed School Choice: Experimental Evidence from Chile

Working closely to the Ministry of Education in Chile we are helping to design a new admissions centralized system for primary schools.  In addition we are working close with Ministry of Education to assist them with the implementation and evaluation of this new centralized admissions system in a way that eliminates prices and provides a systematic search tool for all primary and secondary students.

This work is being funded by the World Bank, the government of Chile. In 2016 the IDB will fund a significant portion of the fieldwork and data collection.

Contact : Chris Neilson cneilson@princeton.edu

Co-authors:
Gregory Elacqua, Universidad Diego Portales
Jose Ignacio Cuestas, University of Chicago