1. Can Public Rankings Improve School Performance? Evidence from a Nationwide Reform in Tanzania
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  1. Gender Peer Effects on Students’ Academic and Noncognitive Outcomes: Evidence and Mechanisms
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  1. Disparities and Discrimination in Student Discipline by Race and Family Income
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  1. Measuring Social and Externality Benefits of Influenza Vaccination
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  1. High-Stakes Grades and Student Behavior
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  1. The Labor Market Consequences of Receiving Disability Benefits during Childhood
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  1. Why Do We Inflate Grades? The Effect of Adjunct Faculty Employment on Instructor Grading Standards
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  1. Major Malfunction: A Field Experiment Correcting Undergraduates’ Beliefs about Salaries
  2. John J. Conlon
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  1. Multigrading and Child Achievement
  2. Gian Paolo Barbetta, Giuseppe Sorrenti, Gilberto Turati
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