By Paige Gonye, Adeeb Sahar, Kyle Vandenberg, and Scott Ferron. Stanford University. --- This paper develops a coherent payment mechanism for supplemental courses that incentivizes quality student outcomes and forms the basis for practical and adaptive state level policy.
By Zhengye Chen. University of Chicago. --- What success do United States graduate economics programs have in terms of having their graduates achieve associate or full professor status in top-ranked economics departments?
By Olivia Moore. Stanford University. --- Besides their incredible success, some of the most famous names in the technology world today—Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Richard Branson—have one thing in common: none of them finished college.
By Anne Evered. Stanford University. --- Last December, students at Johns Hopkins University took advantage of their computer science professor’s grading policies to essentially “game” the system and receive full marks on an exam without ever filling out a single answer.
By Justin Moore. Stanford University. --- As the percentage of the population that has attained a bachelor’s degree increases, the value of a college degree continues to decline - a phenomenon known as degree inflation. Though degree inflation motivates more young people to attend college to compete in the job market...
By Olivia Moore. Stanford University. --- While about 15,000 students call the Stanford campus home, hundreds of thousands of people in countries from Russia to Peru have enjoyed the benefits of Stanford courses through free online classes that are available to...
By Ganesh Kumaraguru. Stanford University. --- A lot of papers have studied the behavior of customers in different areas of business. Even in the online book industry, several papers have been written.