50. Multilevel Methods for Analyzing School Effects in Developing Countries. Comparative Education Review Nov 1989 33(4): 498-54.

49. Third World School Quality Current Collapse, Future Potential. Educational Researcher Mar 1989 18(2): 12-19.

48. University Examinations and Standardized Testing. Washington DC: World Bank Technical Paper No. 78. Jan 1988 (co-edited with Ingemar Fägerlind)

47. Textbooks in Developing Nations: Economic and Pedagogical Choices. Washington DC: World Bank. 1989. (co-edited with J. Farrell) [Summary article also published in Textbooks in the Third World: Policy, Content and Context by Philip G. Altbach and Gail P. Kelly. New York: Garland Publishing. 1988. pp 19-45]

46. Higher Education in Developing Countries What, How, and When? Institute of Development Studies Bulletin 1989 20(1): 41-48.

45. Education Sector Training to Include ‘Quiver of Arrows.’ EDI Review April 1988 Washington DC: World Bank.

44. Uses of Examinations in Developing Countries Selection, Research and Education Sector Management. International Journal of Educational Development 1987 7(4): 251-263.

43. Curricular Economics in Secodary Education An Emerging Crisis. Prospects 1987 17(1): 63-74.

42. Education and Hunger in Developing Countries: Presentation to the US House of Representatives, Select Committee on Hunger, Washington DC. March 1987.

41. Investing in Children: The Economics of Education. Washington DC: World Bank. 1986 (co-authored with Daphne White)

40. The Nature of a ‘Practical’ Curriculum. Education with Production, East Africa Feb 1986 4(2): 91-104.

39. The Search for School Effects in Developing Countries, 1966-86. Washington DC: World Bank Economic Development Institute Seminar Paper No. 33. 1986. [French version appeared in L’Art et la Science de l’enseignment home a Gilbert de Landsheere, M. Crahay, ed. Paris: Nathan. 1986.]

38. Investing in Education: A Quarter Century of World Bank Experience. Washington DC: World Bank Economic Development Institute Seminar Paper No. 30. 1986.

37. The Quality of Education and Economic Development. Washington DC: World Bank. (co-edited with Daphne Siev White)

36. Diversifying Secondary School Curricula in Developing Countries: An Implementation History and Some Policy Options. International Journal of Educational Development 1985 5(4): 283-288.

35. Research on Education in Developing Countries. International Journal of Educational Development 1984 4(4): 293-304.

34. Textbooks in the Philippines: Evaluationof the Pedagogical Impact of a Nationwide Investment. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Summer 1984 6(2): 139-150. (co-authored with Dean Jamison and Xenia Montenegro)

33. Educational Investment and Economic Productivity: the Evidence from Malawi. International journal of Educational Development Feb 1984 4(1): 9-15.

32. Guest Editor: Special Issue on ‘Education and the World Bank.’ Canadian and International Education 1983 12(1).

31. Improving the Quality of Education in Developing Countries. Finance and Development March 1983: 18-21. [Reprinted Education and Development: Views from the World Bank by Aklilu Habte, George Psacharopoulos, and Stephen Heyneman. Washington DC. 1983]

30. The Distribution of Primary School Quality within High- and Low-Income Countries. Comparative Education Review Feb 1983 27(1): 108-118. (co-authored with William Loxley)

29. Education During a Period of Austerity Uganda 1971-1981. Comparative Education Review Oct 1983 27(3): 403-413.

28. The Effect of Primary School Quality in Academic Achievement Across Twenty-Nine High and Low Income Countries. American Journal of Sociology May 1983 88(6): 1162-1194. (co-authored with William Loxley)

27. Resource Availability, Equality and Educational Opportunity Among Nations. In Education and Development: Issues in the Analysis and Planning of Post-Colonial Societies. Edited by Lascelles Anderson and Douglas Windham. Lexington (MA): Lexington Books. 1982.

26. Influences on Academic Achievement Across High and Low Income Countries A Re-analyis of IEA Data. Sociology of Education Jan 1982 55(1): 13-21 (co-authored with William Loxley)

25. Textbooks and Achievement in Developing Countries: What We Know. Journal of Curriculum Studies 1981 13(2): 227-2446. (co-authored with Manuel A. Sepulveda-Stuardo and Joseph P. Farrell)

24. Improving Elementary Mathematics Education in Nicaragua. Journal of Educational Psychology Aug 1981 73(4): 556-567. (Co-authored with Dean Jamison, Barbara Searle and Klaus Galda)

23. Planning the Equality of Educational Opportunity Between Regions. In Regional Disparities in Educational Development: A Controversial Issue. Edited by Gabriel Caron and Ta Ngoc Chau. Paris: UNESCO International Institute of Educational Planning. 1980

22. Instruction in the Mother Tongue: The Question of Logistics. Journal of Canadian and International Education Dec 1980 9(2): 88-94.

21. The Evaluation of Human Capital in Malawi. Washington DC: World Bank Staff Working Paper No. 420. Oct 1980.

20. Student Learning in Uganda Textbook Availability and Other Factors Comparative Education Review June 1980 24(2): 108-118. (Co-authored with Dean Jamison)

19. Differences Between Developed and Developing Countries Comment on Simmons and Alexander’s Determinants of School Achievement. Economic Development and Cultural Change Jan 1980 28(2): 403-406.

18. Investment in Indian Education: Uneconomic? Washington DC: World Bank Staff Working Paper No. 327. May 1979. [Republished in World Development 1980 4: 145-163].








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