Economic Policy 65
March 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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1. If you pay peanuts do you get monkeys? A cross-country analysis of teacher pay and pupil performance (Peter Dolton and Oscar D. Marcenaro-Gutierrez).
2. Ethnic identity and labour market outcomes of immigrants in Europe (Alberto Bisin, Eleonora Patacchini, Thierry Verdier and Yves Zenou).
3. Who needs credit and who gets credit in Eastern Europe? (Martin Brown, Steven Ongena, Alexander Popov and Pinar Yesin).
Tullio Jappelli is CSEF Director and Professor of Economics at the University of Naples Federico II.
Philip Lane is Professor of International Macroeconomics at Trinity College Dublin.
Philippe Martin is Professor at the Université Paris-1 Panthéon Sorbonne and CERASENPC and a Research Fellow at CEPR.
Jan van Ours is Professor of Economics at Tilburg University and Professorial Fellow at Melbourne University.
The Senior Editors of Economic Policy:
Georges de Menil works at the Delta Ens, France.
Richard Portes lectures in the Department of Economics, London Business School.
Hans-Werner Sinn is based at the Centre for Economic Studies, University of Munich.