Acknowledgments and further reading

Besides those mentioned, many people helped in the preparation of this report. The author would like to thank in particular:

Rahul Ahluwalia, Tahir Andrabi, Norman Atkins, Patrick Brothers, Tarun Cheruki, Jishnu Das, Ambrish Dongre, David Evans, Sylvia Eyzaguirre, Susannah Hares, Asim Khwaja, Susana Cordeiro Guerra, Maleeha Hamid, Taimur Jhagra, John Katzman, Geeta Kingdon, James Kvaal, William McPherson, David Mansfield, Karthik Muralidharan, Ashok Pandey, Ammar Rashid, Macke Raymond, Matt Robb, Justin Sandefur, Ankur Sarin, Judith Scott-Clayton, Dan Sommer, James Tooley, David Topolewski, Trace Urdan, Miguel Urquiola, Jon Valant and Jose Weinstein.

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Is Education Consumption or Investment? Implications for the effect of school competition”, W Bentley MacLeod and Miguel Urquiola

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