Double for Nothing? Experimental Evidence on an Unconditional Teacher Salary Increase in Indonesia
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- De Ree,Joppe Jaitze & Muralidharan,Karthik & Pradhan,Menno Prasad & Rogers,F. Halsey, 2017. "Double for nothing ? experimental evidence on an unconditional teacher salary increase in Indonesia," Policy Research Working Paper Series 8264, The World Bank.
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