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87. American Education: A View from the Outside. The International Journal of Leadership in Education 1999 2(1): 31-41.

86. A Defense from the Outside. The School Administrator 1998 55(8): 3034.

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83. Using TIMSS in a World of Change Presented to the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC. Feb 1997.

82. Russian Vocational and Technical Education in the Transition: Tradition, Adaptation , Unresolved Problems. Institute for the Study of Russian Education Newsletter May 1997, pp. 22-34.

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78. Transition from Party/State to Open Democracy: The Role of Education. International Journal of Educational Development 1998 18(1): 21-40.

77. Education and Social Stability in Russia. Compare 27 1997 1: 5-18.

76. Educational Choice in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union: A Review Essay. Education Economics 1997 5(3): 333-339.

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74. Thoughts on Social Stabilization. CIVITAS 1995. Prague: Civitas. 1995.

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72. Economics of Education: Disappointments and Potential. Prospects XXV 1995 4: 559-583.

71. Entering a Higher Grade: Proposals to Reform Russia’s Education System. Transition Jan-Feb 1995 6(1-2): 1-5.

70. International Educational Cooperation in the Next Century. CIES Newsletter 109 May 1995

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68. America’s Most Precious Export. American School Board Journal 1995 182(3): 23-26.

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64. Comparative Education: Issues of Quantity, Quality and Source. Comparative Education Review Nov 1993 37: 372-388.

63.Review of ‘Publishing and Development in the Third World.’ Publishing and Research Quarterly Fall 1993: 89-93.

62. Educational Quality and the Crisis of Educational Research. International Review of Education 1993 39(6): 511-517.

61. Universal Adult Literacy: Policy Myths and Realities. Annals of the American Academy of Political Sciences. March 1992. No. 520. Edited by Daniel Wagner.

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58. Review of “Improving Education Quality: A Global Perspective,” ed. by David W. Chapman and Carol A. Cannier. Educational Policy Dec 1991, pp. 436-437.

57. The World Economic Crisis and the Quality of Education. Journal of Educational Financing Spring 1990 pp 456-469.

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55. Economic Crisis and the Quality of Education. International Journal of Educational Development 1990 10(2/3): 115-129.

54. Using Examinations to Improve the Quality of Education. Educational Policy 1990 4(3): 177-192. (co-authored with Angela Ransom)

53. Education On the World Market. American School Board Journal Mar 1990 pp 28-29.

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51. Protection in the Textbook Industry in Developing Countries. Book Research Quarterly Winter 1989 5(4): 3-11.













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