Publications

  • Chankseliani, Maia, and Gianna Hessel. 2016. “International Student Mobility from Russia, Eastern Europe, Caucasus, and Central Asia to the UK: Trends, Institutional Rationales and Strategies for Student Recruitment.” Research report. Oxford, UK: The Centre for Comparative and International Education, University of Oxford. Doi: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3469.4641
  • Malinovsky, S., & Chankseliani, M. (forthcoming). International student recruitment in Russia: heavy-handed approach and soft power comeback. In A. Oleksiyenko, Q. Zha, I. Chirikov, & J. Li (Eds.), Higher Education and Global Competition: China, Russia, and De-Sovietization Practices. CERC-Springer.
  • Gorgodze, Sophia, and Maia Chankseliani. (forthcoming). “Teacher Education in Georgia.” In International Handbook on Teacher Education, edited by K. G Karras and C. C Wolhuter, 2nd ed. Athens: H&M Publishers.
  • Chankseliani, Maia, and Susan James Relly. 2016. “Three-Capital Approach to the Study of Young People Who Excel in Vocational Occupations: A Case of WorldSkills Competitors and Entrepreneurship.” International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training 3 (2). http://www.ijrvet.net/index.php/IJRVET/article/view/144.
  • Chankseliani, M., James Relly, S. and A. Laczic. (2015). Overcoming vocational prejudice: Can skills competitions improve the attractiveness of VET in Britain? British Journal of Educational Research. DOI: 10.1002/berj.3218
    Open access to the accepted author manuscript
  • Chankseliani, M., & James Relly, S. (2015). From the provider-led to an employer-ledsystem: implications of apprenticeship reform on the private training market. Journal of Vocational Education & Training, 67(4), 515–528. DOI: 1080/13636820.2015.1076499. Open access to the accepted author manuscript
  • Chankseliani, M. (2015). Escaping homelands with limited employment and tertiary education opportunities: Outbound student mobility from post-Soviet countries. Population, Space and Place. DOI: 10.1002/psp.1932
  • Chankseliani, M., James Relly, S., & Mayhew, K. (2015). Benefits of Developing Vocational Excellence. A Report to the National Apprenticeship Service of Project 3 (Phase II) of the DUVE suite of projects. Oxford, UK: University of Oxford. Available from: http://www.findafuture.org.uk/media/2350/project-3-benefits-04112015.pdf
  • Chankseliani, M., James, S. and K. Mayhew. (2015). WorldSkills competitors and entrepreneurship: A Report to the Skills Funding Agency. Oxford, UK: University of Oxford . Available from: http://vocationalexcellence.education.ox.ac.uk/our-research/project-5/
  • Stambach, A. (2014 forthcoming). Confucius Institute Programming in the United States: Language Ideology, Hegemony, and the Making of Chinese Culture in University Classes. Anthropology and Education Quarterly
  • Chankseliani, M. (2014) Are we using Friedman’s roadmap? A comparativeanalysis of stimuli of private school enrolments in post-Soviet countries, International Journal of Educational Development, 38, 13–21. doi: 10.1016/j.ijedudev.2014.05.005. Open access to the accepted author manuscript
  • Stambach, A., & Kwayu, A. (2013 forthcoming). Take the Gift of My Child and Return Something to Me: On Children, Chagga Trust, and Religion on Mount Kilimanjaro. Journal of Religion in Africa.
  • Chankseliani, M. (2014) ‘Georgia: Marketization and education post-1991’, in Ivanenko (ed.) Education in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, Bloomsbury Academic
  • Chankseliani, M. (2013). Financial burden of university attendance in Georgia: Implications for rural students. Prospects: Quarterly Review of Comparative Education, 43 (3), 311-328. doi: 10.1007/s11125-013-9274-x [This article has been translated into Chinese]
  • Chankseliani, M. (2013). Rural disadvantage in Georgian higher education admissions: A mixed-methods study. Comparative Education Review, 57(3), 424–456. doi:10.1086/670739
  • Mayhew, K., James, S., Chankseliani, M. and A. Laczic. (2013). Benefits of Developing Vocational Excellence: A Report to the National Apprenticeship Service. Oxford, UK: University of Oxford. Available from http://www.findafuture.org.uk/media/1823/duve-project-3-final-report-phase-1.pdf
  • Stambach, A., & Cappy, C. (2012). What we See, What is Missing, and What Has Fallen Away. Comparative Education Review, 56(3), 534-546
  • Stambach, A. (2012). The United Nations. In H. Anheier & M. Juergensmeyer (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Global Studies.Thousand Oaks,CA: Sage.
  • Stambach, A. (2012). Rethinking Culture and Education. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 33(2), 323-333.
  • Chankseliani, M. (2012). Spatial Inequities in Higher Education Admissions in Georgia: Likelihood of Choosing and Gaining Access to Prestigious Higher Education Institutions. Center for Social Sciences working paper, http://css.ge/index.php?lang_id=ENG&sec_id=56&info_id=498.
  • Stambach, A., Raby, R., & Cappy, C. (2011). Changes in the Field. Comparative Education Review 55(3), 457-472.
  • Stambach, A., & Ngwane, Z. (2011). Development, Post-colonialism, and Global Networks as Frameworks for the Study of Education in Africaand Beyond. In B. A. Levinson & M. Pollock (Eds.), A Companion to the Anthropology of Education (pp. 299-315).Hoboken: Wiley.
  • Stambach, A. (2011). Faith in Schools: Religion, Education, and American Evangelicals in East Africa. Stanford:StanfordUniversity Press http://www.sup.org/book.cgi?id=16893 (Nominated for 2011 Geertz Award).
  • Phillips, D. (2011). The German example: English interest in educational provision in Germany since 1800 London: Continuum.
  • Johnson, D. (2011). A cloud over the rainbow nation? Language, national reconciliation and educational transformation in post-Apartheid South Africa. In J. Paulson (Ed.), Education and Reconciliation: Exploring Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations (pp. 103-125).London: Continuum.
  • Hsieh, P.-t. J., & Brock, C. (2011). Gender and education in ASEAN countries. In C. Brock & L. P. Sympaco (Eds.), Education in South-East Asia.Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Stambach, A. (2010). Pedagogy and the Paradox of American Evangelical Involvement in East African Schools. Discourse, 31(3), 295-306.
  • Stambach, A. (2010). Education, Religion, and Anthropology in Africa. Annual Review of Anthropology, 39, 361-379.
  • Phillips, D. (2010). International Comparisons of Educational Attainment: Purposes, Processes, and Problems. In G. Walford, E. Tucker & M. Viswanathan (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Measurement (pp. 203-221).Los Angeles,CA;London: Sage.
  • Johnson, D. (Ed.). (2010). Politics, Modernisation and Educational Reform in Russia from Past to Present.Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Hsieh, P.-t. J. (2010). The Impact of Globalisation on Foreign Language Education Policy in Taiwan- Policy Initiatives and Industrial Demand. The International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, 5, 76-100.
  • Yarrow, R. (2009). TVET, Women and Conflict: Palestinians in the Lebanese Civil War. In R. Maclean & D. N. Wilson(Eds.), International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work: Bridging Academic and Vocational Learning (pp. 849-868).Bonn: Springer.
  • Phillips, D. (2009). Aspects of Educational Transfer. In R. Cowen & A. M. Kazamias (Eds.), International Handbook of Comparative Education (pp. 1061-1078).Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Paulson, J. (2009). TVET and Community Re-integration: Exploring the Connections in Sierra Leone’s DDR Process. In R. Maclean & D. N. Wilson(Eds.), International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work: Bridging Academic and Vocational Learning (pp. 835-848).Bonn: Springer.
  • Karpinska, Z. (2009). Co-ordinated Programming for Skills Development and Livelihoods in Post-conflict Societies: What Promise Does TVET Hold for Southern Sudan? In R. Maclean & D. N. Wilson(Eds.), International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work: Bridging Academic and Vocational Learning (pp. 813-826).Bonn: Springer.
  • Kane, L. (2009). From Assessment to Planning: Hope for TVET in Uganda. In R. Maclean & D. N. Wilson(Eds.), International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work: Bridging Academic and Vocational Learning (pp. 787-798).Bonn: Springer.
  • Johson, D., & Kane, L. (2009). Overview: Vocational Education, Social Participation and Livelihoods in Post-conflict Countries. In R. Maclean & D. N. Wilson(Eds.), International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work: Bridging Academic and Vocational Learning (pp. 767-774).Bonn: Springer.
  • Johson, D., & Kane, L. (2009). Learning for Employment and Citizenship in Post-conflict Countries. In R. Maclean & D. N. Wilson(Eds.), International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work: Bridging Academic and Vocational Learning.Bonn: Springer.
  • Johnson, D., & Murphy, R. (2009). Education and Development in Contemporary China[Special Issue]. International Journal of Educational Development, 29(5), 447-546.
  • Chankseliani, M. (2009). Procrustean Decisions in Higher Education Admissions: The Case of Georgia: VDM Verlag Publication.
  • Barakat, B., Kane, L., & Inglis, A. (2009). From Assessment to Planning: Hope for TVET in Uganda. In R. Maclean & D. N. Wilson(Eds.), International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work: Bridging Academic and Vocational Learning (pp. 775-786).Bonn: Springer.
  • Barakat, B. (2009). Deepening the Divide: The Differential Impact of Protracted Conflict on TVET Versus Academic Education in Palestine. In R. Maclean & D. N. Wilson(Eds.), International Handbook of Education for the Changing World of Work: Bridging Academic and Vocational Learning (pp. 799-812).Bonn: Springer.
  • Johnson, D. (Ed.). (2008). The Changing Landscape of Education in Africa: Quality, Equality and Democracy.Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Forsey, M., Davies, S., & Walforfd, G. (Eds.). (2008). The Globalisation of School Choice?Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Chankseliani, M. (2008). Using service-learning activities for civic identity formation. GESJ: Education Sciences and Psychology, 1(12), 13-24.
  • Chankseliani, M. (2008). Gender inequality in Mozambican primary education: problems, barriers and recommendations. Political Perspectives Graduate Journal, 2(1), http://www.politicalperspectives.org.uk/2008/2003/volume-2002-issue-2001/.
  • Srivastava, P., & Walford, G. (Eds.). (2007). Private Schooling in Less Economically Developed Countries: Asian and African perspectives.Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Johnson, D., & Stewart, F. (2007). Education, ethnicity and conflict [special issue]. International Journal of Educational Development, 27(3), 247-348.
  • Johnson, D. (2007). Building citizenship in fragmented societies: The challenges of deracialising and integrating schools in post-Apartheid South Africa. International Journal of Educational Development, 27(3), 306-317.
  • Phillips, D., & Schweisfurth, M. (Eds.). (2006). Comparative and International Education: An Introduction to Theory, Method, and Practice.London: Continuum.
  • Johnson, D., & van Kalmthout, E. (2006). Editorial. Education and conflict: research, policy and practice. Forced Migration Review, July 2006, 3.
  • Johnson, D. (2006). Comparing the trajectories of educational change and policy transfer in developing countries. Oxford Review of Education, 32(5), 679-696.
  • Phillips, D., & Ochs, K. (Eds.). (2004). Educational Policy Borrowing: historical perspectives.Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Phillips, D., & Ochs, K. (2004). Researching policy borrowing: Some methodological challenges in comparative education. British Educational Research Journal 30(6), 773-784.
  • Brock, C., & Schwartzman, S. (Eds.). (2004). The Challenges of Education in Brazil.Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Phillips, D., & Ochs, K. (2003). Processes of Policy Borrowing in Education: Some Explanatory and Analytical Devices. Comparative Education, 39(4), 451-461.
  • Phillips, D., & Ertl, H. (Eds.). (2003). Implementing European Union Education and Training Policy: A Comparative Study of Issues in Four Member States.Dordrecht,London: Kluwer Academic.
  • Goodman, R., & Phillips, D. (Eds.). (2003). Can the Japanese Change Their Education System?Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Phillips, D. (2002). Comparative Historical Studies in Education: Problems of Periodisation Reconsidered. British Journal of Educational Studies, 50(3), 363-377.
  • Ochs, K., & Phillips, D. (2002). Comparative Studies and ‘Cross-National Attraction’ in Education: A typology for the analysis of English interest in educational policy and provision in Germany. Educational Studies 28(4), 325-339.
  • Phillips, D. (Ed.). (2000). Education in Germany since Unification.Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Phillips, D. (Ed.). (2000). The education systems of the United Kingdom.Wallingford: Symposium Books.
  • Meyer, H.-D., John, E. P. S., Chankseliani, M., & Uribe, L. (2013). The Crisis of Higher Education Access – A Crisis of Justice. In H.-D. Meyer, E. P. S. John, M. Chankseliani & L. Uribe (Eds.), Fairness in Access to Higher Education in a Global Perspective: Reconciling Excellence, Efficiency, and Justice (pp. 1-9).Rotterdam: SENSE Publisher.
  • Hsieh, P.-t. J. (Ed.). (2013). Education in East Asia London:Bloomsbury Academic.
  • Chankseliani, M. (2013). Higher Education Access in Post-Soviet Georgia: Overcoming a Legacy of Corruption. In H.-D. Meyer, E. P. S. John, M. Chankseliani & L. Uribe (Eds.), Fairness in Access to Higher Education in a Global Perspective: Reconciling Excellence, Efficiency, and Justice (pp. 171-187).Rotterdam: SENSE Publisher.

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