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Randall Reback
Randall Reback
Professor of Economics, Barnard College, Columbia University
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Tinkering toward accolades: School gaming under a performance accountability system
JB Cullen, R Reback
Improving school accountability 14, 1-34, 2006
4562006
Teaching to the rating: School accountability and the distribution of student achievement
R Reback
Journal of public economics 92 (5-6), 1394-1415, 2008
4282008
House prices and the provision of local public services: Capitalization under school choice programs
R Reback
Journal of Urban Economics 57 (2), 275-301, 2005
2862005
Under pressure: Job security, resource allocation, and productivity in schools under No Child Left Behind
R Reback, J Rockoff, HL Schwartz
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 6 (3), 207-241, 2014
2722014
Schools' mental health services and young children's emotions, behavior, and learning
R Reback
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 29 (4), 698-725, 2010
1602010
Jockeying for position: Strategic high school choice under Texas' top ten percent plan
JB Cullen, MC Long, R Reback
Journal of Public Economics 97, 32-48, 2013
152*2013
Fiscal impacts of charter schools: Lessons from New York
R Bifulco, R Reback
Education Finance and Policy 9 (1), 86-107, 2014
1392014
Mobility, housing markets, and schools: Estimating the effects of inter-district choice programs
EJ Brunner, SW Cho, R Reback
Journal of Public Economics 96 (7-8), 604-614, 2012
1312012
Fifty ways to leave a child behind: Idiosyncrasies and discrepancies in states’ implementation of NCLB
E Davidson, R Reback, J Rockoff, HL Schwartz
Educational Researcher 44 (6), 347-358, 2015
1262015
Fifty ways to leave a child behind: Idiosyncrasies and discrepancies in states’ implementation of NCLB
E Davidson, R Reback, J Rockoff, HL Schwartz
Educational Researcher 44 (6), 347-358, 2015
1262015
Demand (and supply) in an inter-district public school choice program
R Reback
Economics of Education Review 27 (4), 402-416, 2008
1142008
True for your school? How changing reputations alter demand for selective US colleges
M Alter, R Reback
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 36 (3), 346-370, 2014
902014
Noninstructional spending improves noncognitive outcomes: Discontinuity evidence from a unique elementary school counselor financing system
R Reback
Education Finance and Policy 5 (2), 105-137, 2010
632010
How does access to health care affect teen fertility and high school dropout rates? Evidence from school-based health centers
MF Lovenheim, R Reback, L Wedenoja
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
43*2016
The impact of college course offerings on the supply of academically talented public school teachers
R Reback
Journal of Econometrics 121 (1-2), 377-404, 2004
202004
Buying Their Votes? A Study of Local Tax‐Price Discrimination
R Reback
Economic Inquiry 53 (3), 1451-1469, 2015
12*2015
Fiscal spillovers between local governments: Keeping up with the Joneses' School district
RL Reback
112007
Entry costs and the supply of public school teachers
R Reback
Education Finance and Policy 1 (2), 247-265, 2006
102006
Under Pressure: Job Security, Resource Allocation, and Productivity in Schools under NCLB. NBER Working Paper No. 16745.
R Reback, J Rockoff, HL Schwartz
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2011
92011
Barnard/Columbia No Child Left Behind Database, 2002-2003 and 2003-2004
R Reback, JE Rockoff, HL Schwartz, E Davidson
52011
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