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Market Mechanisms in Education: school choice in The Netherlands, England and Scotland in a comparative perspective

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This article analyses differences in the availability of school choice in The Netherlands, England and Scotland. A 10 variable model is used to determine that the increased availability of choice leads generally to an increased presence of the market mechanism in the three countries. However, the functioning of the market is most obvious in The Netherlands, to a lesser extent in England and even less in Scotland.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 1999

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