References list

2d Teacher labour markets

Where possible, the list provides abstracts of the entries and links to the publication.
Initial list compiled by: Torberg Falch

This reference list contains three parts:

  • Introductory Reading
    Somebody who does not know this literature or wants to get an overview might want to start here.
  • Key References
    Some of the most important references in this literature, which may require some more knowledge of the field.
  • Further Reading
    Organized by date of publication.

Introductory Reading

  1. Dolton, Peter (2004). Recruiting High-Quality Teachers. In: CESifo DICE Report - Journal for Institutional Comparisons 2(4) , 11-20 . Abstract. Link.

  2. Dolton, Peter, Andrew Tremayne and Tsung-Ping Chung (2003). The Economic Cycle and Teacher Supply. Paris: OECD . Abstract. Link.

  3. Ehrenberg, Ronald G. and Joshua L. Schwarz (1987). Public Sector Labor Markets. In: Orley C. Ashenfelter and Richard Layard. Handbook of Labor Economics, Vol. 2. Amsterdam: Elsevier North Holland , 1219-1268 . Abstract. Link.

  4. Freeman, Richard B. (1986). Unionism Comes to the Public Sector. In: Journal of Economic Literature 24(1) , 41-86 . Abstract. Link.

  5. Goldhaber, Dan (2011). Licensure: Exploring the Value of this Gateway to the Teacher Workforce. In: Eric A. Hanushek, Stephen Machin and Ludger Woessmann (eds.). Handbook of the Economics of Education, Vol. 3. Amsterdam: North-Holland , 315-339 . Abstract. Link.

  6. Hanushek, Eric A. and Steven G. Rivkin (2012). The Distribution of Teacher Quality and Implications for Policy. In: Annual Review of Economics 4 , 131-157 . Abstract. Link.

  7. Hanushek, Eric A. and Steven G. Rivkin (2010). Generalizations about using value-added measures of teacher quality. In: American Economic Review 100(2) , 267-271 . Abstract. Link.

  8. Hanushek, Eric A. and Steven G. Rivkin (2004). How to Improve the Supply of High Quality Teachers. In: Diane Ravitch (ed.). Brooking Papers on Education Policy 2004. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press , 07-25 . Abstract. Link.

  9. Lankford, Hamilton, Susanna S. Loeb and James Wyckoff (2002). Teacher Sorting and the Plight of Urban Schools: A Descriptive Analysis. In: Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 24(1) , 37-62 . Abstract. Link.

  10. Lipsky, David B. (1982). The Effect of Collective Bargaining on Teacher Pay: A Review of the Evidence. In: Educational Administration Quarterly 18(1) , 14-42 . Link.

  11. Murnane, Richard J. (1996). Staffing the Nation's Schools With Skilled Teachers. In: Eric A. Hanushek and Dale W. Jorgenson (eds.). Improving America's Schools: The Role of Incentives. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press , 241-258 . Link.

  12. Neal, Derek (2011). The Design of Performance Pay in Education. In: Eric A. Hanushek, Stephen Machin and Ludger Woessmann (eds.). Handbook of the Economics of Education, Vol. 4. Amsterdam: North-Holland , 495-550 . Abstract. Link.

  13. Podgursky, Michael (2011). Teacher Compensation and Collective Bargaining. In: Eric A. Hanushek, Stephen Machin and Ludger Woessmann (eds.). Handbook of the Economics of Education, Vol. 3. Amsterdam: North-Holland , 279-313 . Abstract. Link.

  14. Zabalza, Antoni, Philip Turnbull and Gareth Williams (1979). The Economics of Teacher Supply. London: Cambridge University Press . Link.

Key references

  1. Antos, Joseph R. and Sherwin Rosen (1975). Discrimination in the Market for Public School Teachers. In: Journal of Econometrics 3(1) , 123-150 . Abstract. Link.

  2. Bonesrønning, Hans, Torberg Falch and Bjarne Strøm (2005). Teacher Sorting, Teacher Quality, and Student Composition. In: European Economic Review 49(2) , 457-483 . Abstract. Link.

  3. Boyd, Donald, Hamilton Lankford, Susanna Loeb and James Wyckoff (2013). Analyzing the Determinants of the Matching of Public School Teachers to Jobs: Disentangling the Preferences of Teachers and Employers . In: Journal of Labor Economics 31(1) , 83-117 . Abstract. Link.

  4. Dolton, Peter J. and Kostas G. Mavromaras (1994). Intergenerational Occupational Choice Comparisons: The Case of Teachers in the UK. In: Economic Journal 104(425) , 841-863 . Abstract. Link.

  5. Hanushek, Eric A., John F. Kain and Steven G. Rivkin (2004). Why Public Schools Lose Teachers. In: Journal of Human Resources 39(2) , 326-354 . Abstract. Link.

  6. Hoxby, Caroline M. (1996). How Teachers’ Unions Affect Education Production. In: Quarterly Journal of Economics 111(3) , 671-718 . Abstract. Link.

  7. Murnane, Richard J. and Randall J. Olsen (1990). The Effects of Salaries and Opportunity Costs on Length of Stay in Teaching. Evidence from North Carolina. In: Journal of Human Resources 25(1) , 106-124 . Abstract. Link.

  8. Nagler, Markus, Marc Piopiunik and Martin R. West (2015). Weak Markets, Strong Teachers: Recession at Career Start and Teacher Effectiveness. NBER Working Paper 21393. Abstract. Link.

  9. Rivkin, Steven G., Eric A. Hanushek and John F. Kain (2005). Teachers, Schools and Academic Achievement. In: Econometrica 73(2) , 417-458 . Abstract. Link.

  10. Rothstein, Jesse (2015). Teacher Quality Policy When Supply Matters. In: American Economic Review 105(1) , 100-130 . Abstract. Link.

  11. Stinebrickner, Todd R. (2001). A Dynamic Model of Teacher Labor Supply. In: Journal of Labor Economics 19(1) , 196-230 . Abstract. Link.

Further reading

  1. Allen, Rebecca, Simon Burgess and Jennifer Mayo (2012). The teacher labour market, teacher turnover and disadvantaged schools: new evidence for England. Centre for Market and Public Organisation - Working Paper No. 12/294. Abstract. Link.

  2. Anderson, Christian and Nina Waldenstrom (2007). Teacher Supply and the Market for Teachers. IFAU Working Paper 2007:5. Abstract. Link.

  3. Angrist, Joshua D. and Victor Lavy (2001). Does Teacher Training Affect Pupil Learning? Evidence from Matched Comparisons in Jerusalem Public Schools. In: Journal of Labor Economics 19(2) , 343-370 . Abstract. Link.

  4. Angrist, Joshua and Jonathan Guryan (2008). Does Teacher Testing Raise Teacher Quality? Evidence from State Certification Requirements. In: Economics of Education Review 27(5) , 483–503 . Abstract. Link.

  5. Antecol, Heather, Ozkan Eren and Serkan Ozbeklik (2013). The effect of Teach for America on the distribution of student achievement in primary school: Evidence from a randomized experiment. In: Economics of Education Review 37 , 113-125 . Abstract. Link.

  6. Atkinson, Adele, Simon Burgess, Bronwyn Croxson, Paul Gregg, Carol Propper, Helen Slater and Deborah Wilson (2009). Evaluating the Impact of Performance-related Pay for Teachers in England. In: Labour Economics 16(3) , 251-261 . Abstract. Link.

  7. Bacolod, Marigee P. (2007). Do Alternative Opportunities Matter? The Role of Female Labor Markets in the Decline of Teacher Quality. In: Review of Economics and Statistics 89(4) , 737-751 . Abstract. Link.

  8. Ballou, Dale (2001). Pay for Performance in Public and Private Schools. In: Economics of Education Review 20(1) , 51-61 . Abstract. Link.

  9. Ballou, Dale (1996). Do Public Schools Hire the Best Applicants?. In: Quarterly Journal of Economics 111(1) , 97-131 . Abstract. Link.

  10. Ballou, Dale and Michael Podgursky (2002). Returns to Seniority Among Public School Teachers. In: Journal of Human Resources 37(4) , 892-912 . Abstract. Link.

  11. Ballou, Dale and Michael Podgursky (1998). Teacher Recruitment and Retention in Public and Private Schools. In: Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 17(3) , 393-417 . Abstract. Link.

  12. Ballou, Dale and Michael Podgursky (1995). Recruiting Smarter Teachers. In: Journal of Human Resources 30(2) , 326-338 . Abstract. Link.

  13. Balter, Dana and William D. Duncombe (2008). Recruiting Highly Qualified Teachers: Do District Recruitment Practices Matter?. In: Public Finance Review 36(1) , 33-62 . Abstract. Link.

  14. Barbieri, Gianna, Claudio Rossetti, and Paolo Sestito (2011). The determinants of teacher mobility: Evidence using Italian teachers’ transfer applications. In: Economics of Education Review 30(6) , 1430-1444 . Abstract. Link.

  15. Barlevy, Gadi and Derek Neal (2012). Pay for Percentile. In: American Economic Review 102(5) , 1805-1831 . Abstract. Link.

  16. Baugh, William H. and Joe A. Stone (1982). Mobility and wage Equilibration in the Educator Labor Market. In: Economics of Education Review 2(3) , 253-274 . Abstract. Link.

  17. Bee, Malcolm and Peter Dolton (1995). The Remuneration of School Teachers: Time Series and Cross–Section Evidence. In: Manchester School of Economics and Social Studies 63(1) , 1-22 . Abstract. Link.

  18. Belfield, Clive R. and John S. Heywood (2008). Performance pay for teachers: Determinants and consequences. In: Economics of Education Review 27(3) , 243-252 . Abstract. Link.

  19. Betts, Julian R., Kim S. Reuben and Anne Danenberg (2000). Equal Resources, Equal Outcomes. The Distribution of School Resources and Student Achievement in California. San Francisco: Public Policy Institute of California . Abstract. Link.

  20. Boyd, Donald, Hamilton Lankford, Susanna Loeb and James Wyckoff (2005b). The Draw of Home: How Teachers’ Preferences for Proximity Disadvantage Urban School. In: Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 24(1) , 113-132 . Abstract. Link.

  21. Boyd, Donald, Hamilton Lankford, Susanna Loeb and James Wyckoff (2005a). Explaining the Short Careers of High-Achieving Teachers in Schools with Low-Performing Students. In: American Economic Review 95(2) , 166-171 . Link.

  22. Boyd, Donald, Hamilton Lankford, Susanna Loeb and James Wyckoff (2002). Do High-Stakes Tests Affect Teachers' Exit and Transfer Decisions? The Case of the 4th Grade Test in New York State. San Francisco: Stanford University .

  23. Boyd, Donald, Hamilton Lankford, Susanna Loeb, Matthew Ronfeldt and James Wyckoff (2011). The Role of Teacher Quality in Retention and Hiring: Using Applications-to-Transfer to Uncover Preferences of Teachers and Schools. In: Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 30(1) , 88-110 . Abstract. Link.

  24. Boyd, Donald, Pamela Grossman, Marsha Ing, Hamilton Lankford, Susanna Loeb, Rachel O’Brien and James Wyckoff (2011). The effectiveness and retention of teachers with prior career experience. In: Economics of Education Review 30(6) , 1229-1241 . Abstract. Link.

  25. Bradley, Steve, Colin Green and Gareth Leeves (2006). Pecuniary and non-pecuniary effects on teacher turnover and mobility. Lancaster University Management School Working Paper 2006/047. Abstract. Link.

  26. Brewer, Dominic J. (1996). Career Paths and Quit Decisions: Evidence from Teaching. In: Journal of Labor Economics 14(2) , 313-339 . Abstract. Link.

  27. Chambers, Jay G. (1977). The Impact of Collective Bargaining for Teachers on Resource Allocation in Public School Districts. In: Journal of Urban Economics 4(3) , 324–339 . Abstract. Link.

  28. Chevalier, Arnaud, Peter Dolton and Steven McIntosh (2007). Recruiting and Retaining Teachers in the UK: An Analysis of Graduate Occupation Choice from the 1960s to 1990s. In: Economica 74(293) , 69-96 . Abstract. Link.

  29. Chingos, Matthew M. and Martin R. West (2012). Do More Effective Teachers Earn More Outside the Classroom?. In: Education Finance and Policy 7(1) , 08-43 . Abstract. Link.

  30. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd and Jacob L. Vigdor (2011). Teacher Mobility, School Segregation, and Pay-Based Policies to Level the Playing Field. In: Education Finance and Policy 6(3) , 399-438 . Abstract. Link.

  31. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd and Jacob L. Vigdor (2009). Are Teacher Absences Worth Worrying About in the United States?. In: Education Finance and Policy 4(2) , 115-149 . Abstract. Link.

  32. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd and Jacob Vigdor (2006). Teacher-Student Matching and the Assessment of Teacher Effectiveness. In: Journal of Human Resources 41(4) , 778-820 . Abstract. Link.

  33. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd and Jacob Vigdor (2005). Who Teaches Whom? Race and Distribution of Novice Teachers. In: Economics of Education Review 24(4) , 377-392 . Abstract. Link.

  34. Clotfelter, Charles T., Helen F. Ladd, Jacob Vigdor and Roger Aliaga Diaz (2004). Do School Accountability Systems Make It More Difficult for Low Performing Schools to Attract and Retain High Quality Teachers?. In: Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 23(2) , 251-271 . Abstract. Link.

  35. Clotfelter, Charles, Elizabeth Glennie, Helen Ladd and Jacob Vigdor (2006). Would higher salaries keep teachers in high-poverty schools? Evidence from a policy intervention in North Carolina. In: Journal of Public Economics 92(5-6) , 1352-1370 . Abstract. Link.

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  44. Dolton, Peter and Kostas G. Mavromaras (1994). Intergenerational Occupational Choice Comparisons: The Case of Teachers in the UK. In: Economic Journal 104(425) , 841-863 . Abstract. Link.

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  52. Eberts, Randall, Kevin Hollenbeck and Joe Stone (2002b). Teacher Performance Incentives and Student Outcomes. In: Journal of Human Resources 47(4) , 913-927 . Abstract. Link.

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