Selected Publications on the Value of Graduate Education in the Military
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This document presents a sampling of unclassified, unlimited distribution (public release) graduate theses and dissertations, reports, journal articles, and conference papers produced between 1997 and 2017 on the topic of the value of a graduate education in the military context. It focuses on research by NPS authors, but includes a selective list of publications by authors not affiliated with NPS.
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The effects of the utilization of graduate education on promotion and executive officer/command screening the surface community: 1986-1994 Fuchs, Kim L. (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1996);This thesis examines the effect of graduate education on the career progression of Navy surface warfare officers. The probability of promotion to LCDR (O-4), CDR (O-5) and CAPT (O-6) grades as well as the probability of ...
Hurst, Cecil Roy; Shaddix, James Delano, (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1973-06);A survey of naval officers who have received a Navy sponsored graduate degree was conducted by a questionnaire to determine their opinions concerning numerous topics related to obtaining a graduate degree and the ...
Graduate education and employee performance: evidence from military personnel; Economics of Education Review, v. 18, (1999), 453-463. Bowman, William R.; Mehay, Stephen L. (Elsevier Science Ltd., 1998-12-20);Few studies have examined the relationship between on-the-job productivity and graduate education using single-firm data. This paper studies the effect of graduate education on job performance using a unique micro-database ...