CHERI Working Papers
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|2009 Working Papers|
||Do Trustees and Administrators Matter?: Diversifying the Faculty Across Gender Lines
||Ronald Ehrenberg, George Jakubson, Mirinda Martin, Joyce Main and Thomas Eisenberg|
||Dissecting the Workforce and Workplace for Clinical Endocrinology, and the Investigative Work of Endocrinologists Early in Their Careers||Claude Desjardins, Ellen W. Seeley, and Ronald G. Ehrenberg
||"How Do Teachers Improve? The Relative Importance of Specific and General Human Capital"||Ben Ost
|WP 124||"The Scope and Scale of Clinical Research Accomplished by Rheumatologists Early in Their Careers"||Claude Desjardins, E. William St. Clair, and Ronald Ehrenberg|
||"Job Stability among U.S. University Presidents "||James Monks
||"Building Knowledge Stocks: The Role of State Higher-Education Policies"
||Jeffrey A. Groen
||"Do Expenditures Other Than Instructional Expenditures Affect Graduation and Persistence Rates in American Higher Education?"
||Douglas A. Webber and Ronald G. Ehrenberg
|WP 120||"Keeping up with the Joneses: Institutional Changes Following the Adoption of a Merit Aid Policy"
||Amanda L. Griffith
|WP 119||"The Effects Of Higher Admission Standards On NCAA Student-Athletes: An Analysis Of Proposition 16"||Joshua A. Price
|WP 118||"Demystifying Endowments", March 2009 will appear in the Cornell Magazine.||Ronald G. Ehrenberg|
|WP 117||"Recent trends in funding for the academic humanities & their implications" (Dædalus, Winter 2009)||Harriet Zuckerman and Ronald G. Ehrenberg