KU Leuven - Faculty of Business and Economics (FEB)
discrete choice analysis, higher education, socio-economic status
school choice, early tracking, marginal treatment effects
financial literacy, ability matching, differentiated instruction, randomised control trial
youth unemployment, unemployment insurance, policy evaluation, difference-in-differences
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admission policies, dynamic discrete choice, higher education
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