Essays on the effectiveness and production of teacher inputs

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  title={Essays on the effectiveness and production of teacher inputs},
  author={Cindy Hein},
  year={2015}
}
This thesis conducts cross-country analyses using data from all inhabited continents to examine the support of common expectations based on either Neo-classical Economics or popular beliefs. The first two chapters use SACMEQ data from sub-Saharan Africa. The first chapter argues that changes in class size trigger a number of mechanisms affecting how the pupils’ household, school leaders, teachers and peers behave. These behaviours are highly context-specific and may counterbalance or exacerbate… CONTINUE READING

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