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JournalISSN: 0272-7757

Economics of Education Review 

Elsevier BV
About: Economics of Education Review is an academic journal published by Elsevier BV. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): Earnings & Higher education. It has an ISSN identifier of 0272-7757. Over the lifetime, 2494 publications have been published receiving 121352 citations.

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TL;DR: In this paper, regularities in the incidence of over-and undereducation are outlined, as well as consequences for individual earnings, using empirical studies from five countries spanning an interval of two decades, and the results are confronted with three theoretical models (search, human capital and assignment), but none of these is convincingly related to the specification of the earnings function.

953 citations

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TL;DR: This article analyzed the patterns and determinants of student progression through sequences of developmental education starting from initial referral and found that fewer than one half of the students who are referred to remediation actually complete the entire sequence to which they are referred.

881 citations

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David H. Monk1
TL;DR: This paper found that measures of how much a student's teacher knows about what he or she is teaching has a positive effect on pupils' learning gains. But the evidence also suggests that the effects of subject matter preparation diminish with time and vary across types of students.

862 citations

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TL;DR: This paper used a rich administrative dataset from North Carolina to explore questions related to the relationship between teacher characteristics and credentials on the one hand and student achievement on the other, concluding that a teacher's experience, test scores and regular licensure all have positive effects on student achievement, with larger effects for math than for reading.

759 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, non-parametric techniques are used to estimate technical and scale efficiency of individual Australian universities and the results show that regardless of the output-input mix, Australian universities as a whole recorded high levels of efficiency relative to each other.

703 citations

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