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The Underrepresentation of Minority Faculty in Higher Education: Panel Discussion. American Economic Review, 94(2), May 2004, pp. 304-306.
How to Determine Who is a Quality Teacher. (with Lewis C. Solmon, Philip Bigler, Lee S. Shulman, and Herbert J. Walberg). In Lewis C. Solmon and Tamara W. Schiff (ed.) . Talented Teachers: The Essential Force for Improving Student Achievement, Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, 2004, pp. 49-85.
Potential Gains and Losses in Education. World and I, September 2003, pp. 30-35.
Public School Finance and Urban School Policy: General versus Partial Equilibrium Analysis. In William G. Gale and Janet Rothenberg Pack (ed.), Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs, Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 2003, pp. 171-176.
Comment [on Krueger and Heckman]. In Benjamin M. Friedman (ed.), Inequality in America: What Role for Human Capital Policies?, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003, pp. 252-269.
Teacher quality and teacher salaries. Policy Brief, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Stanford University, November 2002.
Introduction to the JHR's Special Issue on Designing Incentives to Promote Human Capital. (with James Heckman, Derek Nea). The Journal of Human Resources, 37( 4), Autumn, 2002, pp. 693-695.
Comment [on Galiani and Schargrodsky]. Economia, 2(2), Spring 2002, April 2002, pp. 302-305.
The Sequel: RAND versus RAND. Education Matters, 1(1), Spring, 2001, pp. 68-69.
Efficiency and Equity in Education. NBER Reporter, National Bureau of Economic Research, 2001, p. 15-19.
The Truth about Teacher Salaries and Student Achievement. In Williamson M. Evers, Lance T. Izumi, and Pamela A. Riley (ed.), School Reform: The Critical Issues, (Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press), 2001, pp. 174-175.
Teacher quality and school reform. (with Steven G. Rivkin). Education Finance Research Consortium, The Teaching Workforce, Symposium Proceedings, Albany: Center for Policy Research, Rockefeller College, University of Albany, 2001, pp. 81-99.
Further Evidence on the Effects of Catholic Secondary Schooling. in William G. Gale and Janet Rothenberg Pack (ed.). Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs, (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 2000), 2000, pp. 194-197.
Improving Student Achievement: Is Reducing Class Size the Answer?. Policy Brief, Progressive Policy Institute, June 1998.
Review of Susan E. Mayer, What Money Can’t Buy: Family Income and Children’s Life Chances. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 17(2), Summer 1998, pp. 535-538.
Are Resources Important?. Journal of Negro Education, 66(3), Summer, 1997, pp. 289-303.
Review of Cohn and Johnes. Economics of Education Review, 16(3), June 1997, pp. 346-347.
Why True Reform of Schools is so Unlikely. Jobs and Capital, (Milken Institute for Jobs and Capital Formation), 6, Winter, 1997, pp.23-27.
Discussion [of Kain and Singleton]. New England Economic Review, May/June 1996, pp. 111-114.
Making Schools Work: The Economics of School Reform. in Robert Berne (ed.). Study on Cost-Effectiveness in Education, (New York: New York State Board of Regents), 1996.
Comment on Chapters Two, Three, and Four. in Helen Ladd (ed.). Holding Schools Accountable: Performance-Based Reform in Education, Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1996, pp. 128-136.
Moving Beyond Spending Fetishes. Educational Leadership, 53(3), November 1995, pp. 60-64.
Making Schools Work: Spending and Student Achievement. Heartland Policy Study No. 68, The Heartland Institute, September 26, 1995.
Education Investment and Education Reform. Jobs and Capital, (Milken Institute for Jobs and Capital Formation) 3 (Fall), 1994, pp. 36-38.
Money Might Matter Somewhere: A Response to Hedges, Laine, and Greenwald. Educational Researcher, 23(4), May 1994, pp. 5-8.
Microsimulation Models for Social Welfare Programs: An Evaluation. (with Constance F. Citro). Focus, Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin—Madison, Winter , December 1993, p. 13-21.
Revew [of McPherson and Schapiro]. Economics of Education Review , 12(2), 1993, pp. 187-188.
Comment [on Manski]. in Charles T. Clotfelter and Michael Rothschild. Studies of Supply and Demand in Higher Education, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press), 1993, pp. 57-60.
Bringing Educational Measurement into the Age of Newton. (with C. Eugene Steuerle and Robert H. Meyer). Policy Bites, The Urban Institute, October 1991.
Will More Spending Fix Unequal Schools?. Detroit News, October 30, 1991.
Testing Economic Knowledge. Journal of Economic Education, 22(3), Summer, 1991, pp. 273-75.
Walter Y. Oi: Reflections on his Career and his Legacy. Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 33, Autumn 1990, pp. 9-12.
Schools in the 1990s: The Opportunities and Risks Facing Texas and Other States. in Gerald P. O'Driscoll, Jr. and Stephen P.A. Brown (ed.). The Southwest Economy in the 1990s: A Different Decade, (Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers), , pp. 39-43.
Review of "The Green Book". Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 1989 Edition, 8(4), Fall, 1989, pp. 691-694.
Overview of Federal Involvement in Education. in National Economic Commission, Staff Papers, Background Papers, and Major Testimony, March 1989, pp. 329-333.
American Domestic Priorities. in John Quigley and Daniel Rubinfeld (ed.). American Domestic Priorities, (Berkeley, CA: Univ. of California Press), 1985, pp. 154-160.
The Continuing Hope: A Rejoinder. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 1(1), Autumn 1981, pp. 53-54.
Comment [on Apgar]. in Gregory K. Ingram (ed.). Residential Location and Urban Housing Markets, NBER Studies in Income and Wealth, No. 45. (NY: National Bureau of Economic Research), 1977, pp. 173-180.
Review [of Sewell and Hauser]. Journal of Human Resources, 11(3), Summer, 1976, pp. 420-422.

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