Review of Cohn and Johnes
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Applying Performance Incentives to Schools for Disadvantaged Populations
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Assessing Policies for Retirement Income: Needs for Data, Research, and Models
(co-editor with Constance F. Citro). Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 256 pages. 1997

The Productivity Collapse in Schools
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Analytical Framework for Retirement Policy Decisions
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Why True Reform of Schools is so Unlikely
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Aggregation and the Estimated Effects of School Resources
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Improving America's Schools: The Role of Incentives
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A More Complete Picture of School Resource Policies
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Measuring Investment in Education
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The Identification of School Resource Effects
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Assessing Knowledge of Retirement Behavior
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Discussion [of Kain and Singleton]
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Comment on Chapters Two, Three, and Four
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Rationalizing School Spending: Efficiency, Equity, and Externalities, and Their Connection to Rising Expenditure
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School Resources and Student Performance
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Moving Beyond Spending Fetishes
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Making Schools Work: Spending and Student Achievement
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Interpreting Recent Research on Schooling in Developing Countries
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Production Functions in Education
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Outcomes, Costs, and Incentives in Schools
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The Quest for Equalized Mediocrity: School Finance Reform without Consideration of School Performance
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A Jaundiced View of "Adequacy" in School Finance Reform
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Schools Need Incentives, Not More Money
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Education Investment and Education Reform
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Education Production Functions
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Understanding Entry into the Teaching Profession
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Microsimulation Models for Social Welfare Programs: An Evaluation
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Investimentos Autofinanciáveis em Educação
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Comment [on Manski]
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Can Equity Be Separated from Efficiency in School Finance Debates?
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Revew [of McPherson and Schapiro]
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Improving Educational Outcomes While Controlling Costs
(with Steven G. Rivkin and Dean T. Jamison)
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Educational Performance of the Poor: Lessons from Rural Northeast Brazil
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The Trade-off Between Child Quantity and Quality
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Bringing Educational Measurement into the Age of Newton
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