2010-Present

210. Higher Education and Corruption: What Have We Learned? IAU Horizons. 22(1): 32-33.

209. The Importance of Moral Leadership at Universities. University World News 429. Sep. 23, 2016.

208. Comparative and International Education: New Issues, New Dilemmas. In Annual Review of Comparative and International Education. Edited by Alexander Wiseman. 2016 30: 39-44. 

207. The First Work on Post-Soviet Education: How It Started. Hungarian Education Research Journal 2016 6(3): 32-42.

206. Development and Education. In Handbook of International Development and Education. Cheltenham (UK): Edward Elgar Publishers. 2015. (co-authored with Jonathan M.B. Stern)

205. The Heyneman-Loxley Effect: Three Decades of Debate. In International Handbook on Education and Development. Oxford: Routledge. 2016. 

204. International Large Scale Assessments: Uses and Implications. In Handbook of Research in Education Finance and Policy. Edited by Helen F. Ladd and Margaret E. Goertz. New York: Rutledge. (co-authored with Bommi Lee)

203. Teachers and Teaching: What We Have Learned in 50 Years of Educational Assistance. Network for International Policies and Cooperative Education and Training (NORRAG) News 50(June): 41-42.

202. Education and Social Cohesion (Presentation at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, Georgetown University)

201. Research Quality: Quantitative or Qualitative? Teachers College Record

200. How Corruption Puts Higher Education at Risk. International Higher Education 75(Spring): 2-3.

199. The Bologna Process in the Countries of the Former Soviet Union: An Outsider’s Perspective. Journal of the European Higher Education Area: Policy, Practice and Institutional Engagement. 1: 55-73. (co-authored with Benjamin Skinner)

198. Impact of International Studies of Academic Achievement on Policy and Research. In Handbook of International LargeScale Assessment: Background, Technical Issues and Methods of Data Analysis. Edited by Leslie Ann Rutkowski, Matthias von Davier and David Rutkowski. 2012. London: Chapman and Hall. (co-authored with Bommi Lee)

197. Higher Education Institutions – Why They Matter and Why Corruption Puts Them At Risk. Global Corruption Report: Education. Transparency International. New York: Rutledge. 

196. The International Efficiency of American Education: The Bad and the Not-So-Bad News. In PISA, Power and Policy: The Emergence of Global Educational Governance. Edited by Heinz-Dieter Meyer and Aaron Benavot. Oxford: Oxford Studies in Comparative Education Symposium Books. [Also reprinted in Current Issues in Comparative Education, Winter 2013).

195. You Say You Want a Revolution: Responses to Three TED Talks on Education. Lifelong Learning in Europe March 2013. 1.

194. International Organizations and the Future of Education Assistance. UNU-WIDER Working Paper No. 2013/018. March 2013. (co-authored with Bommi Lee)

193. Low cost Private Schools for the Poor: What Public Policy is Appropriate? International Jounal of Educational Development 2013 35: 3-15.(co-authored with Jonathan M. B. Stern)

192. World Class Universities: The Sector Policy Requirements. In Institutionalization of World Class University in Global Competition. Edited by J.C. Shin and Barbara M. Kehm. Heidelberg: Springer. 2013 (co-authored with Jeongwoo Lee)

191. The Ethical Underpinnings of World Class Universities. In The Future of Higher Education Systems: Functions and Ethics. Edited by J.C. Shin. (PDF)

190. Beyond Ideology – Rebalancing Education Aid. World Politics Review Nov 6, 2012 pp 15-21.

189. A Life Devoted to Schools. The Putney Post Winter 2012 pp. 28-31.

188. Student Progress Towards Graduation – An International Concern. Journal of College Student Retention Research Theory and Practice 2012 14(1): 1-8. 

187. When Models Become Monopolies: The Making of Education Policy at the World Bank. In Education Strategy in the Developing World: Revising the World Bank’s Policy. Edited by Christopher Collins and Alexander Wiseman. Bingley (UK): Emerald Publishers. 2012.

186. TMG Final Report – The Role of Private Schools for Low-Income Children. 2011. Washington DC: The Mitchell Group. (co-authored with Jonathan M.B. Stern and Thomas Smith)

185. World Bank Policy Paper of 2011: A Brief Comment. CIES Perspectives 2011 May-June pp 10-11.

184. Low-Fee Private Schooling: The Case of Kenya. In Low Fee Private Schooling: Aggravating Equity or Mediating Disadvantage. Edited by Prachi Srivastava. Oxford: Oxford Series in Comparative Education Symposium Books. (co-authored with Jonathan M.B. Stern) (forthcoming)

183. Review of ‘The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities are Reshaping the World. The Review of Higher Education 2012 (forthcoming)

182. International Trade in Education and its Discontents: Threats or Benefits. Lifelong Learning in Europe 2011 16(1): 14-18.

181. Private Tutoring and Social Cohesion. Peabody Journal of Education 2011 86(2): 8-9.

180. Middle East: Are Jobless Graduates Causing the Protests? University World News 159: Feb 20, 2011.

179. The Future of UNESCO Strategies for Attracting New Resources. International Journal of Educational Development 2011 31(3): 313-314.

178. International Issues in Higher Education. Oxford Bibliographies Online. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2011 (co-authored with Jeongwoo Lee)

177. The Corruption of Ethics in Higher Education. International Higher Education 62(Wine): 8-9.

176. Review of ‘International Perspectives on Workforce Education and Development.’ The Review of Higher Education Fall 2005 29(1): 131-132.

175. Education and Development: A Return to Basic Principles. Development 2010 53(4): 518-521.

174. Introduction to ‘Drawing the Line: Parental Informal Payments for Education Across Eurasia. Edited by E. Kazimzade and E. Lepisto. New York: Education Support Program of the Open Society Institute, Network of Education Policy Centers.

173. Review of ‘South-South Cooperation in Education and Development. Comparative Education Review Aug 2010 54(3): 447-449.

172. The Concern with Corruption in Higher Education. In Creating the Ethical Academy: A Systems Approach to Understanding Misconduct and Empowering Change. Edited by Tricia Bertram Gallant. New York: Routledge. pp 13-27.

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