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"Chapter authors include some of the leading figures in the field of educational policy research: Stephen Ball, Aaron Benavot, Xavier Bonal, Martin Carnoy, Andy Green, Bob Lingard, Caroline Manion, Simon Marginson, Karen Mundy, Fazal Rizvi, Susan Robertson and Antoni Verger, to name just a selection, are household names in the area. There are also less known but equally important contributors, rendering this compendium a 'who's who' of educational policy and comparative education research." Peter Mayo - University of Malta, (c)Copyright 2019 Mayo Source: London Review of Education, Volume 17, Number 1, March 2019, pp.90-92(3)
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Karen Mundy is a Professor, Associate Dean of Research, and Canada Research Chair at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, where she directs the Comparative, International and Development Education Centre (CIDEC). Her research has focuses on the global politics of education for all programs and policies, education reform in sub-Saharan Africa, the role of civil society in the reform of educational systems, and the policy influence of international organizations, such as the World Bank, UNESCO and the WTO. A former president of the Comparative International Education Society, Dr. Mundy has published five books and more than four dozen articles and book chapters, and is a contributor to dozens of policy papers and reports. Andy Green is Professor of Comparative Social Science at UCL Institute of Education and Director of the ESRC Centre for Learning and Life Chances. A frequent consultant to international bodies, such as CEDEFOP, the European Commission, OECD and UNESCO, and to the UK government departments, Dr. Green has published eighteen books, including: Education, Globalization and the Nation State (1997); Regimes of Social Cohesion: Societies and the Crisis of Globalization (2014, with J.G. Janmaat) and Education and State Formation: Europe, East Asia and the USA (2013). He was elected an Academician of the UK Academy of Social Science in 2010. Bob Lingard is a Professorial Research Fellow in the School of Education at the University of Queensland, Australia. A Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences and Editor of the journal Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, Dr. Lingard has published twenty books, including most recently Globalizing Educational Policy (2010) (with Fazal Rizvi), Politics, Policies and Pedagogies in Education: The Selected Works of Bob Lingard (2014) and Globalizing Educational Accountabilities (2015) (with Wayne Martino, Goli Rezai-Rashti and Sam Sellar). He has also published more than one hundred journal articles and book chapters in the sociology of education. Antoni Verger is a Senior Researcher in the Department of Sociology at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. A former post-doctoral researcher at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research of the University of Amsterdam, Dr. Verger research specializes on two main areas: the global governance of education and education privatization policies. He has published more than four dozen articles, book chapters and books on these themes, including WTO/GATS and the Global Politics of Higher Education (Routledge, 2010), and Global Education Policy and International Development: New Agendas, Issues and Programmes (Bloosmbury, 2012).
Notes on Contributors ix Acknowledgements xix List of Acronyms xx Introduction: The Globalization of Education Policy Key Approaches and Debates 1 Karen Mundy, Andy Green, Bob Lingard, and Antoni Verger Part I Education and a Global Polity 21 Introduction 22 Andy Green 1 Educational Policies in the Face of Globalization: Whither the Nation State? 27 Martin Carnoy 2 World Society and the Globalization of Educational Policy 43 Francisco O. Ramirez, John W. Meyer, and Julia Lerch 3 The Global Diffusion of Education Privatization: Unpacking and Theorizing Policy Adoption 64 Antoni Verger 4 Economic Growth in Developing Countries: The Role of Human Capital 81 Eric A. Hanushek 5 Education, Poverty, and the Missing Link : The Limits of Human Capital Theory as a Paradigm for Poverty Reduction 97 Xavier Bonal 6 Gender and Education in the Global Polity 111 Elaine Unterhalter 7 The Global Educational Reform Movement and Its Impact on Schooling 128 Pasi Sahlberg 8 Global Convergence or Path Dependency? Skill Formation Regimes in the Globalized Economy 145 Marius R. Busemeyer and Janis Vossiek Part II Educational Issues and Challenges 163 Introduction 164 Bob Lingard 9 Education and Social Cohesion: A Panglossian Global Discourse 169 Andy Green and Jan Germen Janmaat 10 Policies for Education in Conflict and Post-Conflict Reconstruction 189 Sarah Dryden-Peterson 11 Human Rights and Education Policy in South Asia 206 Monisha Bajaj and Huma Kidwai 12 Early Childhood Education and Care in Global Discourses 224 Rianne Mahon 13 Education for All 2000 2015: The Influence of Global Interventions and Aid on EFA Achievements 241 Aaron Benavot, Manos Antoninis, Nicole Bella, Marcos Delprato, Joanna Harma, Catherine Jere, Priyadarshani Joshi, Nihan Koseleci Blanchy, Helen Longlands, Alasdair McWilliam, and Asma Zubairi 14 The Politics of Language in Education in a Global Polity 259 M. Obaidul Hamid 15 The Global Governance of Teachers Work 275 Susan L. Robertson 16 The Global Construction of Higher Education Reform 291 Simon Marginson Part III Global Policy Actors in Education 313 Introduction 314 Antoni Verger 17 The Historical Evolution and Current Challenges of the United Nations and Global Education Policy-Making 319 Francine Menashy and Caroline Manion 18 The World Bank and the Global Governance of Education in a Changing World Order 335 Karen Mundy and Antoni Verger 19 The Changing Organizational and Global Significance of the OECD s Education Work 357 Bob Lingard and Sam Sellar 20 The Policies that Shaped PISA, and the Policies that PISA Shaped 374 Andreas Schleicher and Pablo Zoido 21 Dragon and the Tiger Cubs: China ASEAN Relations in Higher Education 385 Rui Yang and Jingyun Yao 22 An Analysis of Power in Transnational Advocacy Networks in Education 401 Ian Macpherson 23 The Business Case for Transnational Corporate Participation, Profits, and Policy-Making in Education 419 Zahra Bhanji 24 New Global Philanthropy and Philanthropic Governance in Education in a Post-2015 World 433 Prachi Srivastava and Lianna Baur Part IV Critical Directions in the Study of Global Education Policy 449 Introduction 450 Karen Mundy 25 Rational Intentions and Unintended Consequences: On the Interplay between International and National Actors in Education Policy 453 Timm Fulge, Tonia Bieber, and Kerstin Martens 26 Policy and Administration as Culture: Organizational Sociology and Cross-National Education Trends 470 Patricia Bromley 27 Ethnography and the Localization of Global Education Policy 490 Amy Stambach 28 Global Education Policy and the Postmodern Challenge 504 Stephen Carney 29 Policy Reponses to the Rise of Asian Higher Education: A Postcolonial Analysis 519 Fazal Rizvi 30 Joined-up Policy: Network Connectivity and Global Education Governance 535 Carolina Junemann, Stephen