par Cantillon, Estelle
Référence Oxford review of economic policy, 33, 4, page (613-634)
Publication Publié, 2017-11
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : School choice refers to policies that allow parents' preferences to be an input to the decision of which school a student will attend. A rich body of research has developed over the past 10-15 years to study mechanisms that implement school choice. This literature has mostly taken the inputs of school choice-preferences, priorities, and capacities-as exogenous. More recently, researchers have sought to embed the school choice problem into its wider context, thereby broadening the scope of market design questions and enriching the analysis. This article discusses current school choice policy issues in light of this recent literature and outlines remaining open questions.