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Economics of Education Review

Economics of Education Review


  Vol. 49, 12/2015

 
  • Do completed college majors respond to changes in wages?, Mark C. Long, Dan Goldhaber, Nick Huntington-Klein
  • The publication of school rankings: A step toward increased accountability?, Luis C. Nunes, Ana Balcão Reis, Carmo Seabra
  • Skills and the graduate recruitment process: Evidence from two discrete choice experiments, Martin Humburg, Rolf van der Velden
  • Changing salary structure and faculty composition within business schools: Differences across sectors and state funding levels, John J. Cheslock, Trina M. Callie
  • Do administrators respond to their accountability ratings? The response of school budgets to accountability grades , Steven G. Craig, Scott A. Imberman, Adam Perdue
  • Returns to education in developing countries: Evidence from the living standards and measurement study surveys, Evan D. Peet, Günther Fink, Wafaie Fawzi
  • Away, but not too far from home. The effects of financial aid on university enrolment decisions, Loris Vergolini, Nadir Zanini
  • The impact of classroom peers in a streaming system, Arna Vardardottir
  • Education and regional mobility in Europe, Christoph T. Weiss
  • What about the non-completers? The labor market returns to progress in community college, Matthew Zeidenberg, Marc Scott, Clive Belfield
  • The effect of multi-track year-round academic calendars on property values: Evidence from district imposed school calendar conversions, Brooks Depro, Kathryn Rouse
  • Why do good performing students highly rate their instructors? Evidence from a natural experiment, Donghun Cho, Wonyoung Baek, Joonmo Cho
  • Disruptive peers and the estimation of teacher value added, Irina Horoi, Ben Ost
  • Health and education expansion, Jonathan James


http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/02727757/49

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