165. Introduction to Secondary School Examination Systems171. An Education Bureaucracy That Works. Education Next November 2009
170. A Comment on the Changes in Higher Education in the Post-Soviet Union. European Education 2010 Spring 42(1): 76-87.
169. Should Vocational Education Be Taught in Secondary School? Journal of Educational Change 2009 10: 405-413. (co-authored with Manfred Wallenborn)
168. The Future of Comparative Education. CIES Newsletter 2009 151(Sep)
167. The Appropriate Role of Government in Education. Journal of Higher Education Policy 2009 3(2): 135-157.
166. Should School Time Be Extended Each Day and in the Summer? The Tennessean Oct. 6, 2009
165. Introduction to Secondary School Examination Systems.In Secondary School External Examination Systems: Reliability, Robustness and Resilience. Edited by Barend Vlaaringbrock and Neil Taylor. Amherst (NY: Cambria Press. 2009. pp 1-15.
164. The Failure of Education-For-All as Political Strategy. UNESCO Prospects 2009 39(1): 5-10.
163. The Work of Philip Foster. UNESCO Prospects 2008 38(4): 541-558. (co-authored with Chad Lykins).
162. Moral Standards and the Professor: A Study of Faculty at Universities in Georgia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. In Buying Your Way Into Heaven: Education and Corruption in International Perspective. Edited by Stephen P. Heyneman. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. pp 79-108.
161. The Federal Role n Education: Lessons from Australia, Germany and Canada. Washington DC: Center forEducation Policy. Nov 2008 (co-authored with Chad Lykins)
160. A Quarter Century of Getting it Right in Education: World-Wide Successes and Continuing Challenges. Globalization, Societies and Education Nov 2008 6(4): 355-362. (co-authored with Kathryn Anderson)
159. Education, Social Cohesion and Ideology. in Right to Education: Policies and Perspectives. Edited by Erin Karp. Ankara: Turkish Education Association. 2008 pp 89-104.
158. International Perspecives on School Choice. In Handbook of Research on School Choice. Edited by M. Bereds, M. Springer, D. Ballou, and J. Walberg. Mahwah (NJ): Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers. 2008.
157. A Luta Continua: The Presidential Address of Steven Klees. CIES Newsletter May 2008.
156. The Influence of Philip Foster on the World Bank. Prospects 2008 38: 569-572.
154. Three Universities in Georgia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan: The Struggle Against Corruption and for Social Cohesion. UNESCO Prospects 2007 3(Sep): 305-31.
153. Review of ‘Stratification in Higher Education: A Comparative Study,’ by S Yossi, R Arum, A Gamoran. The Review of Higher Education Spring 2008 31(3): 366-367.
152. Introduction to the Special Issue on International Issues. Peabody Journal of Education 2008 83(1): 1-4.
151. The Cost of Corruption in Higher Education. Comparative Education Review 2008 52(1): 1-25. (co-authored with Kathryn H. Anderson and Zazym Nuraliyeva)
150. The Evolution of Comparative and International Education Statistics. In Handbook of Research in Education Finance and Policy. Edited by Helen Ladd and Edward Fiske. New York: Rutledge. pp 105-127. (co-authored with Chad Lykins)
149. Higher Ed Trade in India.India Economy Review 2007 Vol 4 (No. 4) pp. 86-93
148. Buying Your Way into Heaven: The Corruption of Education Systems in Global Perspectives. Perspectives in Global Issues 2007 2(1): 1-8.
147. Education and the Crisis of Social Cohesion in Azerbaijan and Central Asia. Comparative Education Review 2007 51(2): 159-180. (co-authored with Iveta Silova and Mark Johnson)
146. Higher Education and Social Cohesion: A Comparative Perspective. In Higher Education in 21st Century: Global Challenges and Innovative Ideas. Edited by Philip G. Altback and Patti McGeill Peterson. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. 2007.
145. Suppose There Were a World Bank for American Education. American Journal of Education 2007 11(2): 167-180.
144. Should Standardized Tests be Used to Assess the Progress of NCLB? Peabody Reflector Fall 2006 pp 12-13. (co-authored with Rich Lehrer)
143. The Effectveness of Development Assistance in Education: An Organizational Analysis. Journal of International Cooperation in Education 2006 9(1): 7-25.
142. Global Issues in Higher Education. eJournal USA Feb 2006.
141. Review of ‘African Higher Education: International Reference Handbook,’ by Teferra D, Altbach PG. Comparative Education Review May 206 50(2): 300-302.
140. Education and Social Policy in Central Asia: The Next Stage of the Transition. Social Policy and Administration 39(4): 361-380. (co-authored with Kathryn Anderson)
139. Publications of the International Institute for Educational Planning in 2004: A Review. International Journal of Educational Development 2006 26: 426-442. (co-authored with Marisa P. Pelczar)
138. Student Background and Student Achievement: What is the Right Question? American Journal of Education 20005 112(1): 1-9.
136. Philanthropy and Education: The International Dimension. In With the Best of Intentions: How Philanthropy is Reshaping K-12 Education Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 2005
135. Introduction to the Special Issue on Organizations and Social Cohesion. Peabody Journal of Education 2005 80(4): 1-7.
134. On the International Dimension of Education and Social Justice. International Journal of Education Law and Policy 2006 2(1-2): 47-58.
133. Review of ‘International Perspectives on Workforce Education and Development: New Views for a New Century.’ The Review of Higher Education Fall 2005 29(1): 131-132.
132. Review of ‘Implementing Sustainable Development: From Global Policy to Local Action.’ International Journal of Educational Development 200525: 473-474.
131. Post-Graduate Training and Research in Higher Education Management in Kazakhstan Kazakh Journal on Higher Education 3: 27-34. (Russian version)
130. Post-Graduate Training and Research in Higher Education Management in Kazakhstan. Kazakh Journal on Higher Education 3: 27-34
129. What the World’s Schools Need is an Outside and Professional Eye. International Herald Tribune Feb. 15, 2005
128. Suppose There Were a World Bank for Education. Education Week 24(15): 44, 31
127. The Role of Textbooks In a Modern Education System. In Textbooks and Quality Learning for All: Some Lessons from International Experience 2006 Geneva: UNESCO/International Bureau of Education. pp 31-93.
126. Education and Corruption. International Journal of Educational Development 2004 24(6): 637-648.
125. Review of ‘Comparative Education: Continuing Traditions, New Challenges, and New Paradigms, ‘ by M Bray. Peabody Journal of Education 2004 79(4): 138-150.
124. International Education Quality. Economics of Education Review 2004 23: 441-452.
123. Review of ‘Incentive-Based Budgeting Systems in Public Universities.’ International Journal of Educational Development 2004 24: 332-333.
122. Part II: Why Invest in Education? What Organizational Roles Are Appropriate? Peabody Journal of Education 2001 76(3-4): 175-179.
121. International Education: A Retrospective. Peabody Journal of Education 2003 78(1): 33-53.
120. Education in Latvia’s Transition: The Challenge of Management (Executive Summary). In Report on Education in Latvia 2001/2002 Riga: Soros Foundation. (co-authored with Indra Dedze.
119. Are We Our Brothers Keepers? World and I Magazine June 2003 pp 26-31.
118. What the United States Needs to Learn from UNESCO. Prospects XXXIII March 2003 1: 7-11
117. Foreign Aid to Education, Recent US Initiatives – Background, Risks, Prospects. Peabody Journal of Education 2005 80(1): 107-119.
116. The Millenium Challenge Account (MCA): Background, Risks and Prospects. Economic Perspectives March 2003 8(2): 23-27.
115. Review of ‘Positioning Secondary Education in Developing Countries: Expansion and Curriculum,’ by DB Holsinger. Comparative Education Review 46(4): 506-508.
114. Review of ‘Higher Education in the Developing World: Changing Contexts and Institutional Responses’. Review of Higher Education Summer 2003 26(4):
113. Defining the Influence of Education on Social Cohesion International Journal of Education Policy, Research and Practice Vol 3 (no. 3), pp. 73-97
112. Comments on ‘Should We Be more Like Them: Reflections on Causes of Cross-National Higher School Acievement Differences and Implications for Education Polucy Reform,’ by DH Baker. Brookings Papers on Education Policy 2003. Washington DC: Brookings Institution. pp. 32-338.
111. Review of ‘Modularisation of Vocational Education in Europe’, by Ertl H. International Journal of Educational Development 2003 23(2): 239-240.
110. Review of ‘Why Schools Matter: A Cross National Comparison of Curriculum Learning’ by WH Schmidt, CC McKNight, RT Houang, HC Wang,, DC Wiley, LS Cogan, RG Wolfe. Education Next 2003 3(3): 86-87.
109. Review of ‘Social Capital as a Policy Resource’ by John Montgomery and Alex Inkeles, Eds. Comparative Education Review 2002 46(3): 355-377.
108. Challenges for Education in Central Asia. Greenwich CT: Information Age Publishing. 2003. (co-edited with Alan De Young)
107. Islam and Social Policy (Editor) Nashville TN: Vanderbilt University Press.
106. Global Issues in Education. Peabody Journal of Education 2003 76(3-4). (Editor)
105. Going Global. Peabody Reflector 2001 70(2): 18-22.
104. Education: A Passport to Social Cohesion and Economic Prosperity. Riga: Soros Foundation – Latvia. 2001. (co-edited with Guntars Catlaks and Indra Dedze)
103. The Use of Cross-National Comparisons to Shape Local Education Policy. Curriculum Inquiry 2004 34(3): 345-353.
102. International Education. Encyclopedia of Education. Edited by James Guthrie. New York: Macmillan. 2003. Vol 6: 1265-1276.
101. Education and Social Cohesion. Encyclopedia of Education. Edited by James Guthrie. New York: Macmillan. 2003 Vol. 6: 2242-2250.
100. Education and Misconduct. Encyclopedia of Education. Edited by JamesGuthrie. New York: Macmillan. 2003 Vol. 5: 1659-1668.
99. The Knowledge Economy and the Commerce of Knowledge. in Handbook of Educational Leadership and Management. Edited by Brent Davies and John West-Burnham. London: Pearson/Longman. 2003. pp. 355-371.
98. International Uses of Education Technology: Threats and Opportunities. In Adapting Technology for School Improvement: A Global Perspective. Edited by Lars Mahlck and David Chapman. Paris: International Institute of Educational Planning. 2003 (co-authored with Katherine Taylor Haynes)
97. Education, Social Cohesion and the Future Role of International Organizations (reprinted in English). Peabody Journal of Education 2003 78(3): 25-38.
96. Education, Social Cohesion and the Future Role of International Organizations. Vereinte Nationen 50(1): 16-20. [original publication in German; republished in English (see 97)].
95. Education and Training: The Commercial Perspective. Northern Policy Research Review and Advisory Network on Education and Training (NORRAG). NORRAG News 27. Dec 2000. pp. 22-24.
94. The History and Problems in the Making of Education Policy at the World Bank, 1960-2000. International Journal of Educational Development 2003 23: 315-337.
93. A Renewed Sense of Purpose of Schooling: Education and Social Cohesion in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe and Central Asia. Prospects XXX 2000 2: 145-166.
92. Educational Qualifications: The Economic and Trade Issues. In Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice (Special issue on Globalization, Qualifications and Livelihoods). Edited by Angela Little. Nov 2000, pp. 417-439.
91. The Growing International Market for Education Goods and Services. International Journal of Educational Development 2001 21(4): 345-361. [In Chinese]
90. From the Party/State to to Multi-Ethnic Democracy: Education and Social Cohesion in the Europe and Central Asia Region. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 2000 22(2): 173-191.