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CHERI Working Papers


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2009 Working Papers
  WP 127
Do Trustees and Administrators Matter?:  Diversifying the Faculty Across Gender Lines
Ronald Ehrenberg, George Jakubson, Mirinda Martin, Joyce Main and Thomas Eisenberg
  WP 126
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
  WP 125
 "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
  WP 123
"Job Stability among U.S. University Presidents " James Monks
  WP 122
"Building Knowledge Stocks:  The Role of State Higher-Education Policies"
Jeffrey A. Groen
  WP 121
"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