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Economics of Education Review

Volume 19, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Inter-gender differentials between college students' earnings expectations and the experience of recent graduates

    Manuel J Carvajal, David Bendana, Alireza Bozorgmanesh, Miguel A Castillo, Katayoun Pourmasiha, Priya Rao & Juan A Torres

    Earnings reported by 219 recent college graduates and earnings expected by 248 college seniors are estimated separately for men and women as functions of labor input, grade point average, age, type... More

    pp. 229-243

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  2. District variations in educational resources and student outcomes

    James D. Unnever, Allan C. Kerckhoff & Timothy J. Robinson

    Since the 1970s, poorer school districts lacking educational resources have formed coalitions and sued their respective states. Their lawsuits claim that interdistrict variations in educational... More

    pp. 245-259

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  3. A panel analysis of student mathematics achievement in the US in the 1990s: does increasing the amount of time in learning activities affect math achievement?

    Tevfik Aksoy & Charles R Link

    Panel estimation techniques are utilized to estimate econometric models of the determinants of mathematics achievement for a nationally representative sample of US high school students from the... More

    pp. 261-277

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  4. The returns to individual and college characteristics: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth

    James Monks

    There is growing interest in the heterogeneity of earnings among college graduates. This study examines earnings differentials across both individual and institutional characteristics. Using data... More

    pp. 279-289

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  5. Rates of return to education in Botswana

    Happy Kufigwa Siphambe

    Using data from a Household Income and Expenditure Survey and data collected by the author, this paper presents up-to-date private rates of return to education in Botswana. The empirical fitness of... More

    pp. 291-300

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