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Becky Roselius Haney

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First Name:Becky
Middle Name:Roselius
Last Name:Haney
RePEc Short-ID:pha707
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Dr. Becky R. Haney Economics Dept. Calvin College 1740 Knollcrest Cir Grand Rapids, MI 49546
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  1. James J. Heckman & Rebecca L. Roselius & Jeffrey A. Smith, 1993. "U.S. Education and Training Policy: A Re-evaluation of the Underlying Assumptions Behind the "New Consensus A Re-evaluation of the Underlying Assumptions Behind the "New Consensus"," Working Papers 9304, Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago.

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