#Education – Working papers (#RePEc, 16/04/2014)


Source: RePEc – EconPapers

Educational expenditure in South Africa: Evidence from the National Income Dynamics Study
Nicola Branson, Dineo Kekana and David Lam 
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Un…
Keywords: educational expenditure; South Africa; NIDS; National Income Dynamics Study
Created/Revised: 2013Downloads

Friendship And Study Assistance Ties Of University Students
Oleg Poldin, Diliara Valeeva and Maria Yudkevich 
National Research University Higher School of Econ…
Keywords: student achievement, social networks, peer group effects, higher education
JEL-code: D85 I21 I23
Created/Revised: 2014Downloads

School Resources, Behavioral Responses and School Quality: Short-Term Experimental Evidence from Niger
Elizabeth Beasley and Elise Huillery 
Sciences Po Departement of Economics
JEL-code: H52 O15 I21 I28
Created/Revised: 2013-04Downloads

Optimal College Tuition Subsidies
Nicholas Lawson 
Keywords: college tuition subsidies; fiscal externality; liquidity constraints; sufficient statistics; free tu…
Created/Revised: 2014-03Downloads

Education and the Transition to Sustained Democracy
Jesus Crespo Cuaresma and Doris A. Oberdabernig 
Vienna University of Economics, Department of Econ…
Keywords: Democracy, Education, Age Structure, Economic Development
JEL-code: I20 J10 O11 P26
Created/Revised: 2014-03Downloads

Explaining Educational Attainment across Countries and over Time
Diego Restuccia and Guillaume Vandenbroucke 
University of Toronto, Department of Economics
Keywords: schooling, productivity, life expectancy, labor supply.
JEL-code: O1 O4 E24 J22 J24
Created/Revised: 2014-03-28Downloads

Peer Effects and Students’ Self-Control
Berno Buechel, Lydia Mechtenberg and Julia Petersen 
Humboldt University, Collaborative Research Center…
Keywords: Self-control, Peer Influence, Social Networks, Goals, Time preferences, Procrastination, Willpower, …
JEL-code: C93 D85 I21 J24
Created/Revised: 2014-04Downloads

Does Increasing Schooling Improve Later Health Habits? Evidence from the School Reforms in Australia
Jinhu Li and Nattavudh Powdthavee 
Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social…
Keywords: Health behaviors, schooling, instrumental variables, education, HILDA, Australia
JEL-code: I12 I21 C26
Created/Revised: 2014-01Downloads

Do School Budgets Matter? The Effect of Budget Referenda on Student Performance
Kyung-Gon Lee and Solomon Polachek 
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)
Keywords: educational expenditures, school budget referenda, school dropout rates, student performance
JEL-code: I20 I21 I22
Created/Revised: 2014-03Downloads

10 Financing Higher Education when Students and Graduates are Internationally Mobile
Silke Übelmesser and Marcel Gérard 
Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Max-Planck-Ins…
Keywords: Mobility of students, Mobility of graduates, Financing of higher education
JEL-code: F22 H52 I23
Created/Revised: 2014-03-31Downloads

11 How Much Are Teachers Paid and How Much Does it Matter?
OECD Publishing
Created/Revised: 2014-04Downloads

12 Returns to Foreign Language Skills in a Developing Country: The Case of Turkey
Antonio Di Paolo and Aysýt Tansel 
Turkish Economic Association
Created/Revised: 2013Downloads

13 The Impact of Adolescent Motherhood on Education in Chile
Matias Berthelon and Diana Kruger 
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)
Keywords: education, teen pregnancy, adolescent motherhood, youth, high school, Chile
JEL-code: O15 J13 I25
Created/Revised: 2014-03Downloads

14 Teacher incentives in South Africa: a theoretical investigation of the possibilities
Paula Armstrong 
Stellenbosch University, Department of Economics
Keywords: incentives, teachers
JEL-code: I2 J5
Created/Revised: 2014Downloads

15 Blissful Ignorance? A Natural Experiment on the Effect of Feedback on Students’Performance
Oriana Bandiera, Valentino Larcinese and Imran Rasul 
IGIER (Innocenzo Gasparini Institute for Economic …
Created/Revised: 2014Downloads

16 A Focused Look at Rural Schools Receiving School Improvement Grants
Linda Rosenberg, Megan Davis Christianson, Megan Hague Angus and Emily Rosenthal 
Mathematica Policy Research
Keywords: SIG, School Improvement Grants, Rural Schools, Education
JEL-code: I
Created/Revised: 2014-04-30Downloads


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