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Many school districts allow parents to report their preference rankings over schools and assign as many students as possible to their first choices. However, this well-intended assignment policy, known as the Boston mechanism, creates incentives for parents to misreport their true preferences. I consider the problem of estimating parents' preference parameters with reported rankings under this policy. The challenge is that we do not know who misreports and how. Previous literature has madedoi:10.4108/eai.8-8-2015.2260798 dblp:journals/sg/Hwang16 fatcat:a2girwxdujamdioeulamapqt4y