Δευτέρα, 29 Νοεμβρίου 2010

Economics of Education Review

Economics of Education Review

Vol. 29, n°6, décembre 2010



* List of Editorial Referees, Elchanan Cohn
* Analyzing the factors that influence persistence rates in STEM field, majors: Introduction to the symposium, Ronald G. Ehrenberg
* Attrition in STEM fields at a liberal arts college: The importance of grades and pre-collegiate preferences, Kevin Rask
* The effect of instructor race and gender on student persistence in STEM fields, Joshua Price
* Persistence of women and minorities in STEM field majors: Is it the school that matters?, Amanda L. Griffith
* The role of peers and grades in determining major persistence in the science, Ben Ost
* Who succeeds in STEM studies? An analysis of Binghamton University undergraduate students, Edward C. Kokkelenberg, Esha Sinha
* Do expenditures other than instructional expenditures affect graduation and persistence rates in American higher education?, Douglas A. Webber, Ronald G. Ehrenberg
* Is parental involvement lower at larger schools?, Patrick Walsh
* University rank and bachelor's labour market positions in China, Joop Hartog, Yuze Sun, Xiaohao Ding
* Equal educational spending across districts—A case study of Taiwan, Hung-Lin Tao
* Education and selective vouchers, Amedeo Piolatto
* Persistence in the determination of work-related training participation: Evidence from the BHPS, 1991–1997, Panos Sousounis, Robin Bladen-Hovell
* Do inequalities in parents’ education play an important role in PISA students’ mathematics achievement test score disparities?, Lurdes Martins, Paula Veiga
* The effects of school board consolidation and financing on student performance, John Leach, A. Abigail Payne, Steve Chan
* Education–occupation mismatch: Is there an income penalty?, Martin Nordin, Inga Persson, Dan-Olof Rooth
* Risk and career choice: Evidence from Turkey, Asena Caner, Cagla Okten
* Does the choice of reference levels of education matter in the ORU earnings equation?, Barry R. Chiswick, Paul W. Miller
* Formal education, mismatch and wages after transition: Assessing the impact of unobserved heterogeneity using matching estimators, Ana Lamo, Julián Messina
* Admission to selective schools, alphabetically, Štepán Jurajda, Daniel Münich
* Do bans on affirmative action hurt minority students? Evidence from the Texas Top 10% Plan, Kalena E. Cortes
* Return to college education revisited: Is relevance relevant?, Olga Yakusheva
* The determinants of school district salary incentives: An empirical analysis of, where and why, Stephanie M. Martin
* Does money matter for schools?, Helena Holmlund, Sandra McNally, Martina Viarengo
* Intergenerational conflict and public education expenditure when there is co-residence between the elderly and young, Paulo Roberto Arvate, Ana Carolina Pereira Zoghbi

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