Handbook of the Economics of Education
Eric A Hanushek, Eric Alan Hanushek, F. Welch, Finis Welch, Stephen Machin, Ludger Woessmann
Elsevier, 13.12.2006 - 742 Seiten
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Chapter 13 Using Wages to Infer School Quality
Chapter 14 School Resources
Student Incentive to Study and Learn Externalities Information Problems and Peer Pressure
Chapter 16 Schools Teachers and Education Outcomes in Developing Countries
Chapter 17 Has School Desegregation Improved Academic and Economic Outcomes for Blacks?
Chapter 18 Teacher Quality
Chapter 19 Teacher Supply
JudgeMade Centralization andEconomic Research
Chapter 22 Income and Peer Quality Sorting in Public and Private Schools
Chapter 23 Public Intervention in PostSecondary Education
Chapter 24 US Higher Education Finance
Whos Minding the Kids?
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