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March 2009Reduced-Class Distinctions: Effort, Ability, and the Education Production Function
with Philip Babcock: w14777

Published: Babcock, Philip & Betts, Julian R., 2009. "Reduced-class distinctions: Effort, ability, and the education production function," Journal of Urban Economics, Elsevier, vol. 65(3), pages 314-322, May. citation courtesy of

Value-Added to What? How a Ceiling in the Testing Instrument Influences Value-Added Estimation
with Cory Koedel: w14778

Published: Cory Koedel & Julian Betts, 2010. "Value Added to What? How a Ceiling in the Testing Instrument Influences Value-Added Estimation," Education Finance and Policy, MIT Press, vol. 5(1), pages 54-81, January. citation courtesy of

September 2000The Impact of Grading Standards on Student Achievement, Educational Attainment, and Entry-Level Earnings
with Jeff Grogger: w7875

Published: Betts, Julian R. & Grogger, Jeff, 2003. "The impact of grading standards on student achievement, educational attainment, and entry-level earnings," Economics of Education Review, Elsevier, vol. 22(4), pages 343-352, August. citation courtesy of

January 2000The Educational Attainment of Immigrants: Trends and Implications
with Magnus Lofstrom
in Issues in the Economics of Immigration, George J. Borjas, editor
October 1998The Educational Attainment of Immigrants: Trends and Implications
with Magnus Lofstrom: w6757

Published: The Educational Attainment of Immigrants: Trends and Implications, Julian R. Betts, Magnus Lofstrom. in Issues in the Economics of Immigration, Borjas. 2000

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