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This paper was published as a Faculty Working Paper (no. 221) for the Lubin School of Business, Center for Applied Research, July 2006.

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Student evaluations of teaching data are analyzed for a semester of classes at a large collegiate business school. Summary statistics and other measures show that biases are evident in the overall database, suggesting that caution is needed if the data is to be used in any decision-making capacity.



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