Ability Peer Effects in University: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment

This article estimates peer effects originating from the ability composition of tutorial groups for undergraduate students in economics. We manipulated the composition of groups to achieve a wide range of support, and assigned students—conditional on their prior ability—randomly to these groups. The...

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Volume: 84
Main Author: ADAM S. BOOIJ
EDWIN LEUVEN
HESSEL OOSTERBEEK
Format: Journal Article
Language: English, Norwegian
Place of publication: OXFORD Oxford University Press 01.04.2017
OXFORD UNIV PRESS
Blackwell Publishers
published in: The Review of economic studies Vol. 84; no. 2 (299); pp. 547 - 579
Related: Human Capital
Faculteit Economie en Beijfskunde
Microeconomics
Behavioural Economics
Data of publication: 20170401
ISSN: 0034-6527
1467-937X
EISSN: 1467-937X
Discipline: Economics
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