Health & Education

It is only in “majority-controlled” schools, which have more freedom in governance and admission practices, that competition appears to be positively linked to performance. This may be at the cost of polarisation of schools in terms of pupil achievement.

Gibbons et al (2006) Journal of the European Economic Association

 

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