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Topic: Economist Kern Alexander Explains the Problem with School Choice
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GS Chandy

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Re: Economist Kern Alexander Explains the Problem with School Choice
Posted: Feb 3, 2013 3:01 PM
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Haim posted Feb 2, 2013 6:29 PM:
> Richard Hake Posted: Feb 2, 2013 6:29 PM
> --------------------------------
> ABSTRACT: Diane Ravitch (2013) in her blog entry "An
> Economist Explains the Problem with Choice" at
> <> has pointed to Kern
> Alexander's "Asymmetric Information, Parental Choice,
> Vouchers, Charter Schools and Stiglitz" at
> <>.
> ---------------------------
> Kern Alexander
> Educational Background
> -Diploma, Educational Studies (with distinction) Two
> o dissertations, Oxford University, Pembroke College,
> 1977
> -Ed.D., Educational Administration, Indiana
> University, Bloomington, 1965
> -B.A., English and History, Centre College of
> Kentucky, 1961
> Kern Alexander is not an economist.
> Haim

Most 'economists' are not economists - one doesn't need to look at 'Educational Background' to realize this.

They are practitioners of a strange and dismal nonscience that has very little to do with 'economics'.

The truth of this sad claim is clearly demonstrated by a great deal that has passed for economic theory and practice in history.


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