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Peer observation

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  • Audit data, obtained by reviewing written records and procedures, inter- viewing personnel, and personal observation, are collected from both an administrative area and a management or operational area,which controls the physical environment.Audit of the administrative area includes a review of how well or how poorly management has implemented the program. Audit of the operational areas,whereby management controls the physical environment, includes assessing the surroundings and external conditions that influence the daily operation of the organization....

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  • WHO’S INFLUENCING WHOM? A STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE CEO AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON ORGANIZATIONAL STRATEGY The more importance that parents attach to school effectiveness, the more likely we are to observe equilibria in which wealthy students attend more effective schools than do lower-income students. Moreover, if parental concern for peer group is not too large, the model predicts that this equilibrium effectiveness sorting will tend to be more complete in high-choice markets, those with many small school districts, than in markets with more centralized governance....

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  • However, there are a number of advantages to examining the smart money effect in fund management using our U.K.mutual fund data. First, ourmoney f low data aremonthly rather than quarterly. Second, we observe exact f lows rather than approximations based on fund values and fund returns. Third, we can distinguish between institutional and individualmoney f lows. Fourth, we can distinguish between purchases and sales. A further advantage is that we are able to examine mutual fund investor behavior in a different institutional setting from that of the United States.

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  • The International Travel Agency maintains a full-mesh IBGP network that has quickly scaled beyond 100 routers. The company wants to implement route reflectors to work around IBGP’s full-mesh requirement. You are asked to configure a small cluster and observe how BGP operates in this configuration. You also are asked to use IP prefix filters to control the updates between IBGP peers.

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  • A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA The likelihood that parents have imperfect information only reinforces this judgment, as the most widely available indicator of school quality, the average test score, loads heavily on the peer group, while value added is much more difficult to observe.

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  • Stabilization Programs, Monetary Policy and Exchange Rate Movements in Emerging Markets Economies I use a unique data set consisting of observations on more than 300,000 metropolitan SAT takers from the 1994 cohort, matched to the high schools that students attended. The size of this sample permits accurate estimation of both peer quality and average performance for the great majority of high schools in each of 177 metropolitan housing markets. I find no evidence that the association between peer group and student performance is stronger in high-choice than in low-choice markets....

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  • Migration and Economic Development: The Case of the Mouride Brotherhood From Senegal to the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area, 1990-2000 Effectiveness sorting should be observable as a magnification of the causal peer effect, as it creates a positive correlation between the peer group and an omitted variable— school effectiveness—in regression models for student outcomes.

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  • TREE ESSAYS ON ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES This could be because effectiveness is swamped by the peer group in parental preferences or because it is difficult to observe directly. In either case, administrators who pursue unproductive policies are unlikely to be disciplined by parental exit and Tiebout choice can create only weak incentives for productive school management.

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  • DETERMINANTS OF THE EARNINGS GAP BETWEEN BLACKS AND WHITES: A HUMAN CAPITAL APPROACH Tiebout Sorting and the Role of Peer Groups: Intuition In this section I describe the Tiebout choice process and its observable implications in the context of a very simple educational technology with peer effects.

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  • COMPETITIVE PRICES Finally, it may be that the sorts of policies that I call “school effectiveness,” those not dependent on the peer group, are relatively unimportant determinants of student outcomes (or that they do not vary substantially across schools), and thus that effectiveness sorting and differences in average effectiveness across markets are not observable in the pattern of average SAT scores.

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  • Education, Income Distribution and Growth final reason to suspect a stratification-reliability relationship is that unobserved peer group characteristics are likely to be more strongly associated with observed characteristics in markets that are more heavily stratified.

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  • THE USE OF RELATIONSHIP MARKETING TECHNIQUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY Finally, it may be that the sorts of policies that I call “school effectiveness,” those not dependent on the peer group, are relatively unimportant determinants of student outcomes (or that they do not vary substantially across schools), and thus that effectiveness sorting and differences in average effectiveness across markets are not observable in the pattern of average SAT scores.

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  • Essays in the Economics of Education The likelihood that parents have imperfect information only reinforces this judgment, as the most widely available indicator of school quality, the average test score, loads heavily on the peer group, while value added is much more difficult to observe.

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  • PUBLIC & PRIVATE MANAGEMENT: FUNDAMENTALLY ALIKE OR DIFFERENT? We can imagine as a thought experiment fully decentralizing school governance in Miami-Dade County, which is served by a single district.53 Figure 1.7 displays the actual distribution of peer groups and school average SAT scores in Miami, as well as the counterfactual distribution that might be observed if the Miami choice index were changed to one and if the effect of choice were at the upper limit of its confidence interval.

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