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Brian Stacy
Brian Stacy
Development Data Group, World Bank
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Enrollment without learning: Teacher effort, knowledge, and skill in primary schools in Africa
T Bold, D Filmer, G Martin, E Molina, B Stacy, C Rockmore, J Svensson, ...
Journal of Economic Perspectives 31 (4), 185-204, 2017
416*2017
A comparison of student growth percentile and value-added models of teacher performance
C Guarino, M Reckase, B Stacy, J Wooldridge
Statistics and Public Policy 2 (1), 1-11, 2015
652015
The downs and ups of the SNAP caseload: what matters?
S Dickert‐Conlin, K Fitzpatrick, B Stacy, L Tiehen
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 43 (3), 1026-1050, 2021
532021
Does the Precision and Stability of Value-Added Estimates of Teacher Performance Depend on the Types of Students They Serve?
B Stacy, C Guarino, MD Reckase, J Wooldridge
Economics of Education Review 64, 50-74, 2018
532018
Using a Policy Index to Capture Trends and Differences in State Administration of USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
B Stacy, L Tiehen, D Marquardt
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, 2018
452018
Statistical performance indicators and index—a new tool to measure country statistical capacity
HAH Dang, J Pullinger, U Serajuddin, B Stacy
Scientific Data 10 (1), 146, 2023
37*2023
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the economy: New estimates of the SNAP multiplier
P Canning, B Stacy
332019
Will Every Child Be Able to Read by 2030? Defining Learning Poverty and Mapping the Dimensions of the Challenge: Definición de pobreza de aprendizajes y un mapeo de la magnitud …
JP Azevedo, D Goldemberg, S Montoya, R Nayar, H Rogers, J Saavedra, ...
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2021
272021
Trends in breastfeeding disparities in US infants by WIC eligibility and participation
Q Zhang, R Lamichhane, M Wright, PW McLaughlin, B Stacy
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 51 (2), 182-189, 2019
272019
Evaluating specification tests in the context of value-added estimation
CM Guarino, MD Reckase, BW Stacy, JM Wooldridge
Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness 8 (1), 35-59, 2015
262015
What goes on inside the classroom in Africa? Assessing the relationship between what teachers know, what happened in the classroom, and student performance
D Filmer, E Molina, B Stacy
Paper for the Service Delivery Indicators initiative, World Bank, Washington, DC, 2015
192015
Review of “Gathering Feedback for Teaching.”
C Guarino, B Stacy
Boulder, CO: National Education Policy Center. Retrieved October 28, 2012, 2012
19*2012
A comparison of growth percentile and value-added models of teacher performance
CM Guarino, MD Reckase, B Stacy, JM Wooldridge
IZA Discussion Paper, 2014
182014
The impact of SNAP work requirements
B Stacy, E Scherpf, Y Jo
the Society of Government Economists Annual Conference, 1-45, 2018
162018
Are we there yet? Many countries don’t report progress on all SDGs according to the World Bank’s new Statistical Performance Indicators
L Kitzmueller, B Stacy, DG Mahler
World Bank Blogs 10, 2021
112021
What Do Teachers Know and Do? Does It Matter?
T Bold, D Filmer, G Martin, E Molina, C Rockmore, B Stacy, J Svensson, ...
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2017
102017
Comparing and assessing the consequences of two different approaches to measuring school effectiveness
CM Guarino, BW Stacy, JM Wooldridge
Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability 31, 437-463, 2019
92019
Women, infants, and children cash value benefit redemption choices in the electronic benefit transfer era
Q Zhang, J Zhang, K Park, C Tang, PW McLaughlin, B Stacy
American Journal of Health Promotion 36 (2), 310-313, 2022
82022
New Evidence on Labor Supply and the SNAP Program: What Are the Roles of Work Requirements, Expanded Eligibility, and New Program Rules?
B Stacy, E Scherpf, Y Jo
USDA Working Paper, 2016
82016
& Wane, W.(2017)
T Bold, D Filmer, G Martin, E Molina, C Rockmore, B Stacy
What do teachers know and do, 0
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