Randall Reback

Dept. of Economics
Barnard College, Columbia University
3009 Broadway
New York, NY 10027-6598
Tel: 2128545005
Fax: 2128548947

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Institutional Affiliation: Columbia University

NBER Working Papers and Publications

February 2016How Does Access to Health Care Affect Teen Fertility and High School Dropout Rates? Evidence from School-based Health Centers
with Michael F. Lovenheim, Leigh Wedenoja: w22030
April 2013Fifty Ways to Leave a Child Behind: Idiosyncrasies and Discrepancies in States' Implementation of NCLB
with Elizabeth Davidson, Jonah E. Rockoff, Heather L. Schwartz: w18988

Published: E. Davidson & R. Reback & J. Rockoff & H. L. Schwartz, 2015. "Fifty Ways to Leave a Child Behind: Idiosyncrasies and Discrepancies in States' Implementation of NCLB," Educational Researcher, vol 44(6), pages 347-358.

January 2011Under Pressure: Job Security, Resource Allocation, and Productivity in Schools Under NCLB
with Jonah Rockoff, Heather L. Schwartz: w16745
Jockeying for Position: Strategic High School Choice Under Texas' Top Ten Percent Plan
with Julie Berry Cullen, Mark C. Long: w16663

Published: Cullen, Julie Berry & Long, Mark C. & Reback, Randall, 2013. "Jockeying for position: Strategic high school choice under Texas' top ten percent plan," Journal of Public Economics, Elsevier, vol. 97(C), pages 32-48. citation courtesy of

June 2006Tinkering Toward Accolades: School Gaming Under a Performance Accountability System
with Julie Berry Cullen: w12286

Published: Gronberg. T. and D. Jansen (eds.) Improving School Accountability: Check-Ups or Choice, Advances in Applied Microeconomics 14. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, 2006.

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