Published Work

“Facing a shrinking population: is government control an effective strategy for higher education?” (2020) International Journal of Management in Education DOI: 10.1504/IJMIE.2020.10030773 (with Juseuk Kim)

“Language proficiency and smartphone-aided second language learning: a look at English, German, Swahili, Hausa and Zulu,“ (2019) The Electronic Journal of e-Learning  17(1): 25-37 (with Eva Marie Leuf and Bethel Ghebru).

“Apps for language learning: their use across different languages in a Korean context,” (2019) Interactive Learning Environments. 27(8). (with Eva Marie Leuf and Bethel Ghebru).

“Higher Education Systems and Institutions, Zambia.” (2018) in Pedro Nuno Teixeira and Jung-Cheol Shin, Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions. New York: Springer Publishing. (with Sitwe Mkandawire).

The Cost of Not Educating the World’s Poor: The New Economics of Learning(2015). Oxford, Routledge Press. [Book, single author] ISBN: 978-1-315-71408-0

“글로벌한 관점에서 세계와 소통하는 안목을 키우다”(2016) (Chapter 4) in 세계가 놀란 한국의 과학기, 사태희, 최성휘 (편집) 서울, 자음과모음. p. 238-296. ISBN: 978-89-544-3706-6. [“Korea’s growing talent for communicating ideas from a global perspective”, inWorld Surprised by Korea’s Science and Technology, Taehee Sa, Song-Hui Choi (eds.). Seoul, Jamobooks].

“Educational Leadership: When Competitiveness Means Collaboration.” (2014) in Jamaliah Abdul Hamid and Narcisa Canilao (eds.), Educational Leadership and Leadership Education. Quezon City: University of Philippines Press. (with Anthony Normore) ISBN 978-971-542-756-2.

“Changing Views of the Economics of Inequality and Implications for Learning.” (2014) in Anthony Normore and Jeffrey Brooks (eds) EducationalLeadership for Ethics and Social Justice: Views from the Social Sciences.Information Age Publishing. pp. 115-135. (with JuYoung Lee) ISBN: 9781623965358

“Universities as Leaders in Community Development: The Case of Zambia,” (2013) in Anthony Normore and Nancy D. Erbe (editors) Collective Efficacy: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Leadership. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishers. (with Mzizi Kantini)

“Education and Global Cultural Dialogue” (2013) Frontiersof Education in China. 8(3):480-482.

“Adapting Smartphones as Learning Technology in a Korean University” (2013) Journal of Integrated Design and Process Science. 17(1): 5-16 (with Juseuk Kim and Jörn Altmann).

“Knowledge Mobilization in the Republic of Korea: Linkages with Economic, Political and Social Development” (2013) in Ben Levin, Jie Qi, Hilary Edelstein, and Jacqueline Sohn (Editors) The Impact of Research in Education: An International Perspective. Bristol, UK: Policy Press. pp. 112-129.

Building Strength Through Knowledge Networks in Higher Education.Korean Council for University Education. Issue Paper. 2012.

“Using Smartphone Apps for Learning in A Major Korean University” (2012) Conference Proceedings, Society for Design and Process Science. June 10-14, 2012. Berlin, Germany. Omnibooks Online. (with Juseuk Kim and Jorn Altmann). 2012.

“Using Collective Adaptive Networks to Solve Education Problems in Poor Countries” Conference Proceedings, Society for Design and Process Science. June 10-14, 2012. Berlin, Germany. Omnibooks Online. (with Jorn Altmann). 2012.

“Can Education Equality Trickle-Down to Economic Growth? The Case of Korea. Asia Pacific Review of Education. 12(4): 653-663. 2011.

“How Collective Intelligence Redefines Education” J. Altmann, U. Baumöl, B. Krämer, (Editors) in Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, 113: 94-104. Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg. 2011

“A Learning Systems Approach to Cross-Cultural Virtual Organizations,” (2011) Information, Communication & Society. 14(2): 219-236.

“Research Careers as Managed Learning,” Higher Education. (Book Review). 60(1):47-60. 2011.

“Higher Education Responses to Global Economic Dynamics.” in Val D. Rust, Laura Portnoi, Sylvia Bagley (eds.) HigherEducation, Policy and the Global Competition Phenomenon.New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 2010.

“From Human Capital to Lifelong Learning.” [Korean] Journal of Lifelong Education. 16(3) 237-259. 2010. “Fostering community-based learning leadership: A Korea–Zambia project design,” in Anthony Normore, (ed.) Global Perspectives on Educational Leadership Reform. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.285-300. (with Constantine Malama) 2010.

“From Human Capital to Lifelong Learning”. Journal of Lifelong Education. 16(3):237-259. 2010.

“Globalizing Educational Leadership for Innovation and Change.” International Journal of the Humanities, 8(2):129-140. (with Anthony Normore) 2010.

“Successful Integration of Foreign Faculty into Korean Universities: A Proposed Framework.” KEDIJournal of Policy, 7(2). 2009. (with Douglas Gress)

“Reflections on Jean-Marie, Normore and Brooks’ Article in the Context of Korean Education.” Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 4(1), (with Sang-Hwan Seong and Jung Cheol Shin). 2009.

“The Growing Market for NGO Influence, “CurrentIssues in Comparative Education.10 (1/2): 16-21. 2008

Cost/Benefit Analyses of HIV and AIDS Programmes in Zambia.(69 pages single spaced, 23 tables and charts). Principal researcher with team from UK DFID, U.S. AID, World Bank (FAO) and United Nations (Int’l Office of Migration). 2007

Relative Cost-Effectiveness of School Resources in Improving Achievement, Journal of Education Finance, 31(3):238-254. (with Anthony Normore) 2006.

“Cost-Effective School Inputs: Is Class Size Reduction the Best Educational Expenditure for Florida?”Educational Policy, (with Anthony Normore) 20(2):429-454. 2006.

“Cost-Effectiveness of Government Inputs to Schooling: Technical and Policy Contexts,” Compare. 34(1):87- 102. 2004.

“International Finance of Higher Education in Africa,” Philip Altbach and Damtew Teferra (eds.) African Higher Education: A Reference Book.Bloomington: Indiana University Press.2003.

“Agent of Global Markets or Agent of the Poor: The World Bank’s Education Sector Strategy Paper, “International Journal of Educational Development. 22(5): 475-482. 2002.

What if Educational Technology Were Planned with an Eye Toward Market Dynamics?” Information Technology, Education and Society. 2(2): 109-119. 2001

Cost Analysis of Government Investment in Primary Education: Vietnam. New York: United Nations. 2001.

“Colonial Secondary Education in A Global Age: Economic Distortions in Bangladesh,” Asia Pacific Education Review. 1(1): 91-99. 2000.

“Doing Comparative Education: Three Decades of Collaboration,” AsiaPacific Journal of Education. (20):2. 2000.

“Education and the Rise of the Global Economy,” Teachers College Record. 103 (1):41-43. 2000.

“Knowledge, Labor and Education.” Compare.30(3): 275-282. 2000.

“Doing Comparative Education: Three Decades of Collaboration,” AsiaPacific Journal of Education. (20):2. 2000.

“Contextualizing the Economic Planning of Education,” World Studies in Education. 1(1): 7-22. 1999. “The Effects of International Economic Trends on Gender Equity in Schooling,” International Review of Education.44(4): 335-356. 1998.

Promoting Education for Girls inNepal. U.S. Agency for International Development [Impact Evaluation Series,

#5]. (with Sharon Beoliel, Margaret Sutton, Dibya Karmacharya, Shreeram Lamichhane, Primalia Rajbhandry, Basu Der Kafle and Sunita Giri) 1998.

Economic and Financial Issues in Secondary Education: Bangladesh. Manila: Asian Development Bank, 1998. “Can NGOs Provide Alternative Development in a Market-Based System of Global Economics” Current Issues in Comparative Education. 1(1). 1998.

“The Impact of School Choice and Community: In the Interest of Families and Schools,” Urban Education.

33(3): 428-432. 1998.

“Competitive Market Impetus for International Training in the US,” Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. With Amable Paulino) 19(2):129-140. 1997.

“Confronting the Bully: Regional Education Trends in a Global Economy,” Compare. 27(2): 153-166. 1997.

“Educational Repercussions of a Global System of Production” in William Cummings and Noel McGinn (eds.) International Handbook of Education and Development. Oxford: Pergamon Press. Pp. 609-629. 1997.

“Education, Honesty and Globalization, ” Comparative Education Review.41(3): 351-357. 1997

“Educational Skills and Training in a Global Labor Market,” Comparative Education Review. 1(3) 348-350. 1997.

“Something Borrowed, Something Learned. The Transatlantic Market in Education and Training,” Economics of Education Review.16(3): 345-346. 1997.

“The Changing Role of the World Bank: Education Policy as Global Welfare,” Policy and Politics. 24(4): 413- 424. 1996.

U.S. Demand for International Training: A Competitive Market Analysis. US-Japan Foundation. (52 pages, single-spaced, 12 tables) New York, NY. (with Amable Paulino) 1996.

“Considerations for Costing a National Assessment System.” in Paud Murphy, Vincent Greaney, Marlaine Lockheed and Carlos Rojas (eds.) National Assessment: Testing the System.Washington, D.C.: World Bank (EDI Learning Resources Series).Pages 69-88. 1996.

Indicators of Costs in Vocational and Technical Education and Training. National Center for Educational Research and Development, Amman, Jordan. 1994.

Rationalizing the Testing Program(Jamaica). Under contract with the World Bank. (with Abigail Harris) 1994.

Education, Training and Employment Indicators.National Center for Educational Research and Development, Amman, Jordan. 1994.

Education and Training in Jordan: A Descriptive and Financial Survey. National Center for Educational Research and Development, Amman, Jordan. 1993.

“Undereducation in America; Better Schooling for Children of Poverty.” Economics of Education Review12(4): 367-368. 1993.

“Engendering Sustainable Growth in Zambia: A Gender Strategy for Promoting Economic Effectiveness”.South Africa Department, Report No. 12472-ZA. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. (With other academic authors). 1994.

“Educational Performance of the Poor” International Journal of Education and Development. 13(1):390. 1994. “School Choice and Real Choices” Forum2(4): 7-8. 1993.

Cost and Cost-Efficiency Issues: MOE Schools. National Center for Educational Research and Development, Amman, Jordan. Under contract with Harvard University and World Bank. 1993.

Educational Finance in Jordan: A Final Report. National Center for Educational Research and Development, Amman, Jordan. Under contract with Harvard University and World Bank. 1993.

“School Choice in a Privatized Market: Equity Implications in Zimbabwe,” Journal of Education Finance. 17(4): 303-317. 1992.

“Fitting Girls’ Schooling into Existing Economic Paradigms: Confronting the Complexities,” International Journal of Educational Development. 12(2): 147-159. 1992.

A Framework for Costing Tests in Third World Settings. World Bank (Report: PHREE/92/65). 1992 “Vocational Training in Tanzania and the Role of Swedish Support,” Comparative Education Review 36(4): 533-535. 1992.

“School Attributes, Household Characteristics and the Demand for Schooling: A Case Study of Rural Peru. ” International Review of Education. 37(4): 429-451. (with Peter Moock) 1991.

“Streetwise: Race, Class and Change in an Urban Community,” Book Review. Educational Policy5(4):427-449. 1991.

“Unemployment, Schooling and Training in Developing Countries.” Educational Studies(pp. 279-281).18(2): 279-281. 1987.

“Becoming a Chronic Runaway: The Effects of Race and Family in Hawaii.” (1980) TheFamily Coordinator.(with Luon Mathews) pp. 404-409. 1980.

TrukeseHigh School Tabulations,” Quarterly Bulletin of Statistics: Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, 10-47. Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas. 1979.

“Trukese High School Tabulations,” Quarterly Bulletin of Statistics: Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands,10-47. Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas. 1979.

”Trukese High School Graduates: A Statistical Report” in QuarterlyBulletin of Statistics: Micronesia.Chuk, Federated States of Micronesia. 1978.

“Evaluating Federal Programs in Micronesia,” MicronesianPerspective,1(7) 7-11. 1973.

Technical Reports

International Professors at Seoul National University: Issues and Context. Office of International Affairs. Seoul National University. Lynn Ilon (Chair), 14 member Presidential committee. 2011.

International Faculty Proposed Policies and Procedures for Seoul National University. Office of International Faculty Liaison, Office of International Affairs, Seoul National University. Lynn Ilon (Chair), Eight member Presidential committee. 2013.

“Economic Evaluation of Educational Reform,” African Development Bank and UNESCO (25 pages, single spaced, 11 tables) (2004)

Cost Evaluation of Complimentary Basic Education Programs in Uganda, United States Agency for International Development, Kampala (52 pages, single spaced; 29 tables). (2002).

Cost- Effectiveness Analysis of Government Inputs to Primary Schools in Bangladesh, Asian Development Bank, Manila (46 pages, single spaced plus 15 page technical appendix; 16 tables). (2000).

“Economic Analysis of Proposed Bangladesh Secondary Education Project.” Asian Development Bank; Manila (21 pages; 11 tables). (1998).

“Nepal Case Student: Women’s Literacy.” U.S. Agency for International Development (Washington, D.C.) (24 pages single-spaced). (with several other authors). (1997).

“Partnership Projects for Girls and Young Women: Mid-Term Report.” CEDPA (Washington, D.C.) (35 pages single-spaced). (with Soha Abdel Kader). (1997).

“Girls Scholarship Programme: Management and Process.” U.S. Agency for International Development (Lilongwe). (67 pages, single-spaced).(1996) .

“Financial Analysis of Economic Development Component: SHROUK Project.” U.S. Agency for International Development (Cairo) and Ministry of Local Development (Government of Egypt). (39 pages, single- spaced). with Saad Allam). (1996).

Increasing Female Education and Literacy: Strategic Objective Development. United States Agency for International Development. (ABEL Team Report – Cairo, Egypt). (70 pages, single-spaced) (with Steven Anzalone, Abdallah Guindi, Nivine Hamdan, & Jennie Spratt). (1995).

Education Expenditure Overview: Malawi. (1994) World Bank; AF6, Human Resources. Washington, D.C. (1994).

Indicators of School Participation National Center for Educational Research and Development. Amman, Jordan. (1994)

Tertiary Education Long-term Plan (TELP): Economic Analysis. Johannesburg, South Africa. African National Congress/ U.S. Agency for International Development. (15 pages single spaced, 5 tables) (1993)

Long-Term Recurrent Costs of the Education Reform National Center for Educational Research and Development. Amman, Jordan. (1993).

Economic Analysis of Testing System for Jamaica. Prepared for the World Bank’s project on rationalizing testing in Jamaica. (1992).

Girls’ Schooling Access, Persistence and Success in Malawi: A Descriptive Report. Preliminary Analysis of Primary School Data from Malawi. Washington, D.C.” USAID. (1991).

Economic Analysis: Malawi PAAD Macro economic implications and micro economic analysis of educational program design for girls’ education in Malawi. Lilongwe: U.S. AID. (with 7 other authors) (1991).

The Ten-Country Data Set for the Comparative Project on Class structure and Class Consciousness (Technical Paper #22, Comparative Project on Class Structure and Class Consciousness) Madison: University of Wisconsin – Dept. of Sociology. Description of international data set and its coverage. (with Erik Olin Wright) 1989.

Ten-Country Data Codebook for the Comparative Project on Class Structure and Class-Consciousness (five volumes). Ann Arbor: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (with Erik Olin Wright) 1989.

Interim Report on the Uninsured Pilot. Center for Health Policy Analysis and the Lafollette Institute for Public Policy. (with Karen Holden) 1989.

Cost Analysis of Study Services to Pre-Kindergarten Handicapped Children. State of Florida, Department of Education, Division of Public Schools. (1986).

Homework Centers Evaluation Report. Leon County Schools, Tallahassee, Florida.28 pages single spaced). (1986).

The Validity and Effectiveness of Labor Market Data for Planning Vocational Education and Employment and Training Programs. Comprehensive Vocational Educational Program, Department of Educational Leadership, Florida State University. (254 pages; 35 tables). (with Clyde Maurice). (1984).

Title IV Testing and Evaluation Section; Plan for Chuk State. Federated States of Micronesia. (1978).

“Cost Analysis” in Florida Program Evaluation Standards.1984 FACET Legislation: Chapters 84-336; Sections 94 through 104. (with Steven Klees). (1984).

Title I Evaluation Report for Chuk State. Federated States of Micronesia. (1978).