Optimal Need-Based Financial Aid

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COLAS, Mark, Sebastian FINDEISEN, Dominik SACHS, 2021. Optimal Need-Based Financial Aid. In: Journal of Political Economy. University of Chicago Press. 129(2), pp. 492-533. ISSN 0022-3808. eISSN 1537-534X. Available under: doi: 10.1086/711952

@article{Colas2021Optim-52790, title={Optimal Need-Based Financial Aid}, year={2021}, doi={10.1086/711952}, number={2}, volume={129}, issn={0022-3808}, journal={Journal of Political Economy}, pages={492--533}, author={Colas, Mark and Findeisen, Sebastian and Sachs, Dominik} }

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