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Economic Return on Education among Asian and Hispanic Immigrant Youth
Unformatted Document Text:  Chunyan Song ( ## email not listed ## ) Summer 2004 19 Granovetter, Mark S. 1982. “The Strength of Weak ties: A Network theory Revisited.” Pp. 105- 30 in Social Structure and Network Analysis, edited by peter V. Marsden and Nan Lin. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications. Hao, L. and M. Bonstead- Bruns. 1998. “Parent-child differences in educational expectations and the academic achievement of immigrant and native students.” Sociology of Education 71(3): 175-98. Heckman, J. 1979. “Sample Selection Bias as a Specification Error.” Econometrica 47(1): 53- 161. Kane, Thomas J., & Cecilia Elena Rouse. 1995. “Labor-Market Returns to Two- and Four-year College.” The American Economic Review. Vol 85. No 3. Page 600-614. Kao, G. 1995. “Asian Americans as Model Minorities? A Look at Their Academic Performance.” American Journal of Education February: 121-159. Karen, D. 2002. “Changes in Access to Higher Education in the United States: 1980-1992.” Sociology of Education 75: 191-210. Koch, James V. 1987. “The Incomes of Recent Immigrants: a look at Ethnic Differences.” Social Science Quarterly, 68(2): 294-310. Krueger, A. B. 1998. Experimental Estimates of Education Production Functions. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Industrial Relations Section. Mosteller, F. (1995). The Tennessee Study of Class Size in the Early Grades. The Future of Children, 5(2): 113–127. Murnane, R. J., and B. R. Phillips. 1981. “Learning by Doing, Vintage, and Selection: Three Pieces of the Puzzle Relating Teaching Experience and Teaching Performance.” Economics of Education Review, 1(4): 453–465. Murphy, Kevin, and Finis Welch. 1989. "Wage Premiums for College Graduates: Recent Growth and Possible Explanations." Educational Researcher, 17(26). National Center for Education Statistics, 2002. USER’S MANUAL: NELS:88 Base-Year to Fourth Follow-up: Student Component Data File NCES Number: 2002323. Washington DC: 2002. Nelson, Gloria Luz M. 1988. “Assimilation in the United States: Occupational Attainment of Asian Americans”1980. Pp. 88-103 in Populaiton Studies and Training Center Working Paper Series, Providence, RI: Brown University. Peng S. and D. Wright. 1994. “Explanation of Academic Achievement of Asian American Students.” Journal of Educational Research.” 87(6): 346-52.

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Chunyan Song (
## email not listed ##
)
Summer 2004
19
Granovetter, Mark S. 1982. “The Strength of Weak ties: A Network theory Revisited.” Pp. 105-
30 in Social Structure and Network Analysis, edited by peter V. Marsden and Nan Lin.
Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.
Hao, L. and M. Bonstead- Bruns. 1998. “Parent-child differences in educational expectations and
the academic achievement of immigrant and native students.” Sociology of Education 71
(3): 175-98.
Heckman, J. 1979. “Sample Selection Bias as a Specification Error.” Econometrica 47(1): 53-
161.
Kane, Thomas J., & Cecilia Elena Rouse. 1995. “Labor-Market Returns to Two- and Four-year
College.” The American Economic Review. Vol 85. No 3. Page 600-614.
Kao, G. 1995. “Asian Americans as Model Minorities? A Look at Their Academic
Performance.” American Journal of Education February: 121-159.
Karen, D. 2002. “Changes in Access to Higher Education in the United States: 1980-1992.”
Sociology of Education 75: 191-210.
Koch, James V. 1987. “The Incomes of Recent Immigrants: a look at Ethnic Differences.” Social
Science Quarterly, 68(2): 294-310.
Krueger, A. B. 1998. Experimental Estimates of Education Production Functions. Princeton, NJ:
Princeton University Industrial Relations Section.
Mosteller, F. (1995). The Tennessee Study of Class Size in the Early Grades. The Future of
Children, 5(2): 113–127.
Murnane, R. J., and B. R. Phillips. 1981. “Learning by Doing, Vintage, and Selection: Three
Pieces of the Puzzle Relating Teaching Experience and Teaching Performance.”
Economics of Education Review, 1(4): 453–465.
Murphy, Kevin, and Finis Welch. 1989. "Wage Premiums for College Graduates: Recent Growth
and Possible Explanations." Educational Researcher, 17(26).
National Center for Education Statistics, 2002. USER’S MANUAL: NELS:88 Base-Year to
Fourth Follow-up: Student Component Data File NCES Number: 2002323. Washington
DC: 2002.
Nelson, Gloria Luz M. 1988. “Assimilation in the United States: Occupational Attainment of
Asian Americans”1980. Pp. 88-103 in Populaiton Studies and Training Center Working
Paper Series
, Providence, RI: Brown University.
Peng S. and D. Wright. 1994. “Explanation of Academic Achievement of Asian American
Students.” Journal of Educational Research.” 87(6): 346-52.


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