A Finite-Sample Analysis of Returns to Schooling Across Public High Schools
In an important and influential paper, Card and Krueger argued that proxies for school quality positively affect the rate of return to future education. In this paper, we analyze a variant of the Card and Krueger model using a hierarchical Bayesian approach and school-level quality data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth.
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