School Finance Reform: Assessing General Equilibrium Effects
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We thank David Arsen, Julie Berry Cullen, George Duncan, David Frame, Rich Romano, Stuart Rosenthal, Molly Sherlock, and two anonymous referees for insightful comments. We also benefited from comments by seminar participants at Duke, Syracuse and Florida, and from participants at the 2007 AEFA conference. Epple thanks the National Science Foundation and Ferreyra thanks the Berkman Faculty Development Fund at Carnegie Mellon University for financial support. We thank Julie Berry Cullen and Susanna Loeb for providing us with data on pass rates for Michigan. We are also grateful to Mary Ann Cleary, Jeff Guilfoyle and Glenda Rader from the government of the state of Michigan for helpful conversations on Proposal A and for facilitating our access to data. Bill Buckingham from the Applied Population Lab at University of Wisconsin-Madison provided Arc GIS support, and Surendra Bagde provided research assistance. The views expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.