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Eric Taylor

Eric Taylor

Eric Taylor (erictaylor@stanford.edu) is a doctoral student studying the economics of education at Stanford University. Eric’s research focuses on the personnel economics of the education sector. His recent publications include “The Effect of Evaluation on Teacher Performance” and “Information and Employee Evaluation: Evidence from a Randomized Intervention in Public Schools.” Prior to Stanford, Eric worked at the Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy Research, and at the Los Angeles Education Partnership. Eric previously received an MPP from UCLA and a BS in Economics from Brigham Young University.

Information and employee evaluation: Evidence from a randomized intervention in public schools. Jonah E. Rockoff, Douglas O. Staiger, Thomas J. Kane, Eric S. Taylor. American Economic Review, 102(7), pp. 3184-3213. 2012.
The effect of evaluation on teacher performance . Eric S. Taylor, John H. Tyler. American Economic Review, 102(7), pp. 3628-3651. 2012.
Can Teacher Evaluation Improve Teaching? Eric S. Taylor, John H. Tyler. Education Next, 12(4), 2012.
Evaluating Teacher Effectiveness. Thomas J. Kane, Amy L. Wooten, Eric S. Taylor, John H. Tyler. Education Next, 11(3), 2011.
Identifying effective classroom practices using student achievement data. Thomas J. Kane, Eric S. Taylor, John H. Tyler, Amy L. Wooten. Journal of Human Resources, 46(3), pp. 587-613. 2010.
Using student performance data to identify effective classroom practices. John H. Tyler, Eric S. Taylor, Thomas J. Kane, Amy L. Wooten. American Economic Review, 100(2), pp. 100(2): 256–260. 2010.

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