CEDR Publications: School Choice & Competition

Goldhaber, D. (2009). Voucher Finance. In M. Berends, M. Springer, D. Ballou & H. Wahlberg (Ed.), The Handbook of Research on School Choice, (pp.309-321). New York: Routledge.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D., Henig, J., Guin, K., Weiss, J., & Hess, F. (2005). How School Choice Affects Students Who Do Not Choose. In J. Betts & T. Loveless (Ed.), Getting Choice Right: Ensuring Equity and Efficiency in Education Policy (pp. 101-129). Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.external hyperlink

Betts, J., Goldhaber, D., and Rosenstock, L. (2005). The Supply Side of School Choice. In J. Betts & T. Loveless (Ed.), Getting Choice Right: Ensuring Equity and Efficiency in Education Policy (pp. 61-84). Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. & Eide, E. (2003). Methodological Thoughts on Measuring the Impact of Private Sector Competition on the Educational Workplace. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 25(2), 217-232.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. & Eide, E. (2002). What Do We Know (and Need to Know) About the Impact of School Choice Reforms on Disadvantaged Students?. Harvard Educational Review, 72(2), 157-176.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. (2001). The Interface Between Public and Private Schooling: Market Pressure and the Impact on Performance. In D. Monk, H. J. Walberg, & M. Wang (Ed.), Improving Educational Productivity (pp. 47-75). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. (2001). Significant, but Not Decisive. Education Matters, 1(2), 61-65.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. (2000). School Choice: Do We Know Enough?. Educational Researcher, 29(8), 21-22.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. (1999). School Choice: An Examination of the Empirical Evidence on Achievement, Parental Decision Making, and Equity. Educational Researcher, 28(9), 16-25.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. (1999). An Endogenous Model of Public School Expenditures and Private School Enrollment. Journal of Urban Economics, 46, 106-128.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D., Brewer, D. & Eide, E. (1999). School Choice in Milwaukee: Are Private Schools Creaming Off the Best Students? In W. Fowler (Ed.), Developments in School Finance 1998 (pp. 33-45). Washington, DC: NCES.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D., Brewer, D., Eide, E., & Rees, D.. (1999). Testing for Sample Selection in the Milwaukee School Choice Experiment. Economics of Education Review, 18, 259-267.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. (1997). School Choice as Education Reform. Phi Delta Kappan, 79(2), 143-147.external hyperlink

Goldhaber, D. (1996). Public and Private High Schools: Is School Choice an Answer to the Productivity Problem?. Economics of Education Review, 15(2), 93-109. external hyperlink



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