The Moral Economy of Education Reform: Market Regulation, School Valuation, and Accountability in Chile
Gabriel Chouhy

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University of Pittsburgh

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About Gabriel Chouhy
Gabriel Chouhy is a doctoral candidate in Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh. Gabriel’s research interests include the politicization of market-oriented reforms, the role of scientific expertise in market regulation, and the social movement origins of market fundamentalism. His dissertation combines political and economic sociology perspectives to investigate education reform in Chile, focusing on the ethical, ideological, and technical controversies over accountability, testing, and school choice. Prior to beginning graduate school, Gabriel received a licentiate degree in Sociology from Universidad de la República, Uruguay, where he spent several years teaching and doing research. He also worked at the National Administration of Public Education, serving as data manager in the Uruguayan national team of the Program for International Student Assessment.

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