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Pay for Performance Where Output is Hard to Measure 33 Furnham, A. (1997). The psychology of behaviour at work: The individual in the organization. Hove and New York: Psychology Press. Gibbons, R. (1998). Incentives in organizations. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 12(4), 115–132. Glennerster, H. (2002). United Kingdom Education 1997–2001. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 18(2), 120–136. Lavy, V. (1999). Evaluating the effect of teachers’ performance incentives on pupils’ achievements. Working Paper.
7, n ¼ 1699. Data analysed using STATA 9. Factor analysis of head teacher views was based on an analysis of 18 variables on different aspects of PM in their schools. These scores have a mean of zero and a standard deviation of unity. The variables were adjusted by setting missing values to neutral values to ensure the regression was based on full coverage of the response for wave 2. Total teacher response in wave 2: 1792, used replies in regression: 1699. Robust standard errors used. 1% level. The important conclusion from the table is that when head teachers judge performance management to provide clearer goals and, those goals are agreed, classroom teachers are more likely to report that it has increased their awareness of their school’s objectives.
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