Teachers' Pay for Performance in the Long-Run: Effects on Students' Educational and Labor Market Outcomes in Adulthood
NBER Working Paper No. 20983
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Excellent research assistance was provided by Boaz Abramson, Elior Cohen, and Michal Hodor. I thank Jo Altonji, Josh Angrist, Peter Dolton, Zvi Eckstein, Nathaniel Hendren, Hilary Hoynes, Ed Lazear, Yona Rubinstein, three referees of this journal and participants at seminars at Hebrew University, University of California Santa Barbara, IDC Herzelia, University of Warwick, NBER 2015 Summer Institute Personnel Economics Conference, CEPR 2016 Public Economics Annual Symposium, Warwick-Venice 2016 Labor Economics Conference, Barcelona 2016 Summer Forum and CESifo Economics of Education 2016 Conference for useful comments and suggestions. I thank Israel’s National Insurance Institute (NII) for allowing restricted access to post-secondary schooling and economic and social outcomes data at adulthood in the NII protected research lab. I acknowledge financial support from the European Research Council through ERC Advance Grant 323439, the Israeli Science Foundation and the Maurice Falk Institute in Jerusalem. The views expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.