The political economy of the educational process

The political economy of the educational process

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An introduction to economics and the economics of education; The basics of the economic model; Student preferences, abilities, and performance; Profesor preferences, public goods, and studentes perfprmance; Is teaching the best way to learn? The effects of grade inflation on student evaluation and performance; The evaluation and pay of faculty; The academic market, intercollegiate sports, and academic standars; Cheating and chiseling.In a very incisive paper entitled aquot;What Is Good Teaching?aquot; in economics, Robert Staaf calls our attention to a point that many do not seem to appreciate: aquot;[ Standardized] exams are not revealed ... A standardized exam may emerge, but I would argue that the exam would be a list of trivia questions and not at all representativeanbsp;...

Title:The political economy of the educational process
Author:R.B. McKenzie
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1979-06-30


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