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Dr Chris Counihan
Dr Steve Humble MBE
Professor Pauline Dixon
The effect of different teacher literacy training programmes on student’s word reading abilities in government primary schools in Northern Nigeria2022
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Steve Humble MBE
Professor Jacqueline Rodgers
Dr Aditya Sharma
Health anxiety, coping mechanisms and COVID 19: an Indian community sample at week 1 of lockdown2021
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Steve Humble MBE
Experimental results from a four-year targeted education voucher program in the slums of Delhi, India2019
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Steve Humble MBE
School Choice Around the World... and the Lessons We Can Learn2019
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Steve Humble MBE
School Choice in Liberia2019
Dr Steve Humble MBE
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Ian Schagen
Assessing intellectual potential in Tanzanian children in poor areas of Dar es Salaam2018
Dr Steve Humble MBE
Professor Pauline Dixon
Factor Structure of the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking Figural Form A in Kiswahili speaking children: multidimensionality and influences on creative behaviour2018
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Steve Humble MBE
Professor James Tooley
How school choice is framed by parental preferences and family characteristics: A study in poor areas of Lagos State, Nigeria2017
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Steve Humble MBE
How School Choice Is Framed by Parental Preferences and Family Characteristics: A Study of Western Area, Sierra Leone2017
Professor Pauline Dixon
Message from the New Book Review Editor2017
Dr Steve Humble MBE
Professor Pauline Dixon
School choice, gender and household characteristics: Evidence from a household survey in a poor area of Monrovia, Liberia2017
Dr Steve Humble MBE
Professor Pauline Dixon
The effects of schooling, family and poverty on children’s attainment, potential and confidence – evidence from Kinondoni, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania2017
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Steve Humble MBE
How children living in poor areas of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania perceive their own multiple intelligences2016
Professor Pauline Dixon
Social Entrepreneurship in the slums of Africa - the case of schools and healthcare2016
Professor Pauline Dixon
Affordable Private Schools in Developing Countries2015
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Steve Humble MBE
Chris Counihan
Handbook of International Development and Education2015
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Steve Humble MBE
International Aid and Schooling for the Poor2015
Professor Pauline Dixon
Private School Choice In Developing Countries: Experimental Results from Delhi, India2015
Professor Pauline Dixon
International Aid and Private Schools for the Poor: Smiles, Miracles and Markets2013
Professor Pauline Dixon
International Aid and Private Schools for the Poor: Smiles, Miracles and Markets2013
Professor Pauline Dixon
Professor James Tooley
The relative quality of private and public schools for low-income families living in slums of Nairobi, Kenya2013
Professor Pauline Dixon
Professor James Tooley
A Case Study of Private Schools in Kibera: An Update2012
Michael Burgess
Professor Pauline Dixon
A Comparative Study of School Effectiveness in Aguablanca, Colombia2012
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr Pamela Woolner
Quantitative data analysis: Using SPSS2012
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
The Private School Revolution in Bihar - Findings from a Survey in Patna Urban2012
Professor Pauline Dixon
Why the Denial? Low Cost Private Schools in Developing Countries and their Contributions to Education2012
Professor Pauline Dixon
International Aid and Educating the Poorest2011
Professor Pauline Dixon
Private Schools for the Poor: A Little Nurturing and Support goes a very long way2011
Professor Pauline Dixon
Professor James Tooley
Revolution at the grassroots in developing countries: Implications for School Choice in America2011
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
School Choice and Academic Performance: Some Evidence From Developing Countries2011
Professor Pauline Dixon
Professor Paul Seedhouse
The impact of an intervention on children's reading and spelling ability in low-income schools in India2011
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
A rejoinder to Sarangapani and Winch2010
Professor Pauline Dixon
RTE Act & Private School Regulation2010
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
The relative quality and cost-effectiveness of private and public schools for low-income families: a case study in a developing country2010
Professor Pauline Dixon
Delivering Better Education : A Market for Schools2008
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr James Stanfield
Impact of Free Primary Education in Kenya: A Case Study of Private Schools in Kibera2008
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
La Educacion Privada es Beneficiosa Para Los Pobres2007
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Private and public schooling in Ghana: A census and comparative survey2007
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Private Education for Low Income Families: Results from a Global Research Project2007
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Private schooling for low-income families: A census and comparative survey in East Delhi, India2007
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Private schools and the millennium development goal of universal primary education: A census and comparative survey in Hyderabad, India2007
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
'De facto' privatisation of education and the poor: Implications of a study from sub-Saharan Africa and India2006
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Educacion Privada Y Pobreza: Un estudio de las escuelas privadas que sirven en paises de bajos ingresos2006
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Los fracasos de la educación pública en los países en desarrollo y la respuesta popular2006
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Los fracasos de la educacion publica y la respuesta popular2006
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
The Failures of State Schooling in Developing Countries and the People's Response2006
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
An inspector calls: The regulation of 'budget' private schools in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India2005
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Is there a conflict between commercial gain and concern for the poor? Evidence from private schools for the poor in India and Nigeria2005
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Private and public schooling in low-income areas of Lagos State, Nigeria: A census and comparative survey2005
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Private Education is Good for the Poor - a study of private schools serving the poor in low-income countries2005
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Private Schools Serving the Poor: A study from Delih, India2005
Professor Pauline Dixon
Professor James Tooley
The regulation of private schools serving low-income families in Andhra Pradesh, India2005
Professor Pauline Dixon
The regulation of private schools serving low-income families in Hyderabad, India: An Austrian economic perspective2004
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Dr James Stanfield
Delivering Better Education: market solutions to education2003
Professor Sugata Mitra
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Improving English pronunciation: an automated instructional approach2003
Professor James Tooley
Professor Pauline Dixon
Providing Education to the World's poor: A case study of the private sector in India2003
Dr Barrie Craven
Professor Pauline Dixon
Professor James Tooley
HIV and Aids in Schools: The political economy of pressure groups and miseducation2001