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Educational Goods: Values, Evidence, and Decision-Making. Harry Brighouse, Helen F. Ladd, Susanna Loeb, Adam Swift. (2018)
Passing It On: Parent-to-Adult Child Financial Transfers for School and Socioeconomic Attainment. Emily Rauscher. (2016). RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, 2(6), 172-196
Within- and Between-Sector Quality Differences in Early Childhood Education and Care. Daphna Bassok, Maria Fitzpatrick, Erica Greenberg, Susanna Loeb. (2016). Child Development, 87(5), 1627–1645
Educational goods and values: A framework for decision-makers. Harry Brighouse, Helen F. Ladd, Susanna Loeb, Adam Swift. (2016). Theory and Research in Education, 14(1), 25-Mar
Distributive decisions in education: Goals, trade-offs, and feasibility constraints. Ken Shores, Susanna Loeb. (2016). Theory and Research in Education, 14(1), 107-124
Does state preschool crowd-out private provision? The impact of universal preschool on the childcare sector in Oklahoma and Georgia. Daphna Bassok, Maria Fitzpatrick, Susanna Loeb. (2014). Journal of Urban Economics, 83, 18-33
Can a District-Level Teacher Salary Incentive Policy Improve Teacher Recruitment and Retention?. Heather Hough, Susanna Loeb. (2013). Policy Analysis for California Education
The Quality Teacher and Education Act: Second Year Report. Heather J. Hough, Susanna Loeb, David Plank. (2012)
The Quality Teacher and Education Act: First Year Report. Heather J. Hough, Susanna Loeb, David Plank. (2011)
Education reforms. Patrick McEwan, Susanna Loeb. (2010). Targeting Investments in Children: Fighting Poverty When Resources are Limited. National Bureau of Economic Research, 145-180
The development of a teacher salary parcel tax: The quality teacher and education act in San Francisco. Susanna Loeb, Heather J. Hough. (2009). Policy Analysis for California Education
The state role in teacher compensation. Susanna Loeb, Luke Miller, Katharine O. Strunk. (2009). Education Finance and Policy, 4(1), 89-114
Funding student learning: How to align education resources with student learning goals. Susanna Loeb. (2008). School Finance Redesign Project, Center on Reinventing Public Education: University of Washington
What do cost functions tell us about the cost of an adequate education?. Robert Costrell, Eric A. Hanushek, Susanna Loeb. (2008). Peabody Journal of Education, 83(2), 198-223
District dollars: Painting a picture of revenues and expenditures in California's school districts. Susanna Loeb, Jason Grissom, Katharine O. Strunk. (2007). Getting Down to Facts Project: Stanford University
California principals' resources: Acquisition, deployment, and barriers. Bruce Fuller, Susanna Loeb, Nicole Arshan, Allison Chen, Susanna Yi. (2007). Getting Down to Facts Project: Stanford University
A review of state teacher policies: What are they, what are their effects, and what are their implications for school finance?. Susanna Loeb, Luke Miller. (2007). Getting Down to Facts Project: Stanford University
Accountability and local control: Incentive response with and without authority over resource generation and allocation. Susanna Loeb, Katharine O. Strunk. (2007). Education Finance and Policy, 2(1), Oct-39
Federal financial support for adequacy and equity in school finance. Susanna Loeb, Michael Dannenberg. (2006). Prepared for the Rethinking Rodriguez Conference, University of California, Berkeley
School finance reform in Michigan: Evaluating Proposal A. Susanna Loeb, Julie Berry Cullen. (2004). Helping Children Left Behind: State Aid and the Pursuit of Educational Equity, 215-250