A REVEALED PREFERENCE RANKING OF U.S.COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES PDF

Abstract. We present a method of ranking U.S. undergraduate programs based on students’ revealed preferences. When a student chooses a. Downloadable (with restrictions)! We present a method of ranking U.S. undergraduate programs based on students’ revealed preferences. When a student. We construct a ranking of U.S. colleges and universities based on students’ revealed preferences. That is, we show which college students prefer when they.

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A Revealed Preference Ranking of U.S. Colleges and Universities

We present a method of ranking U. We implement the method using data from a national sample of high-achieving students.

We demonstrate that this ranking method has strong theoretical properties, eliminating incentives for colleges to adopt strategic, inefficient admissions policies to improve their rankings. We exemplify multiple rankings for different types of students who have preferences that vary systematically.

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