Tamas Keller

TÁRKI Social Research Institute Budapest

Researcher

Budaörsi út 45

Budapest, 1112

Hungary

http://www.tarki.hu/en/about/staff/kelt/keller_cv.html

Research Center for Educational and Network Studies, Hungarian Academy of Science

Researcher

Országház utca 30

Budapest, 1014

Hungary

http://recens.tk.mta.hu/shortbio

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

DOWNLOADS

180

SSRN CITATIONS

0

CROSSREF CITATIONS

2

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Sticky Assessments – The Impact of Teachers’ Grading Standard on Pupils’ School Performance

Number of pages: 31 Posted: 01 Dec 2015
Tamas Keller
TÁRKI Social Research Institute Budapest
Downloads 55 (412,365)

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School performance, Inflated school grades, Feedback, Good teacher, Educational panel data, Hungarian National Assessment of Basic Competencies

2.

The Power of Family? The Change in Academic Achievement after Breakdown of the Biological Family

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 01 Dec 2015
Tamas Keller
TÁRKI Social Research Institute Budapest
Downloads 53 (419,240)

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Breakdown of biological family, Academic achievement, Emotional stability

3.

Talented But Unaware? An Analysis of the Role of Self-Assessment in Educational Transition

Budapest Working Papers on the Labour Market; BWP – 2014/9
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 23 Jan 2015
Tamas Keller
TÁRKI Social Research Institute Budapest
Downloads 39 (474,539)
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self-assessment, self-confidence, transition to secondary and tertiary education, school tracks inequality in educational opportunities, tracking in education, educational panel data, Hungarian Life Course Survey (HLCS)

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Who Dares, Wins? A Sibling Analysis of Tertiary Education Transition in Germany

SOEPpaper No. 713
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 18 Dec 2014
Tamas Keller and Guido Neidhoefer
TÁRKI Social Research Institute Budapest and Free University of Berlin (FUB) - Division of Economics
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Tertiary education transition; Sibling analysis; Subjective perceptions; Rational choice theory; Equality of educational opportunities