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Sample Selectivity and the Validity of International Student Achievement Tests in Economic Research

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Critics of international student comparisons argue that results may be influenced by differences in the extent to which countries adequately sample their entire student populations. The authors argue that larger exclusion and non-response rates are related to better country average scores on international tests, as are larger enrollment rates for the relevant age group. However, accounting for sample selectivity does not alter existing research findings that tested academic achievement can account for a majority of international differences in economic growth and that institutional features of school systems have important effects on international differences in student achievement.

Schlagwörter: sample selection; international student achievement tests; economic growth; educational production;
Fach, Sachgebiet: Wissenschaft und BildungsforschungBildungsforschungEmpirische Bildungsforschung, Methodik
Autor/Kontakt: Hanushek, Eric, A. ; Hoover Institution, Stanford University and NBER; Woesmann, Ludger; ifo Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich Poschingerstr. 5 81679 Munich Germany E-mail: woessmann@ifo.de
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Sprache: Englisch
Weitere Angaben: frei;
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Datensatz aktualisiert am: 16.06.2010

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