Teacher quality and teacher salaries: the case of Pennsylvania

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Tin-chun Lin;
  • Journal: Economics Bulletin,volume 29,issue 3,pages2,136-2,144
  • Subject: Teacher quality; Teacher salary
    • jel: jel:I2 | jel:C3

Both teacher quality and teacher salaries are endogenously correlated in the teacher labor market. Therefore, due to endogeneity, we develop three econometric simultaneous-equation models to examine the link between teacher quality and teacher salaries. A total of 500 s... View more
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