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"Intergovernmental grants for financial compulsory education in China" (Harvard China Review).
"Education and national development in China since 1949: Oscillating policies and enduring dilemmas" (China Review).
"Financial reform of basic education in China" (Economics of Education Review).
"Cost analysis of educational inclusion of marginalized population" (UNESCO).
"School Choice in the People Republic of China" (book chapter, Teachers College Press).
Economic analysis of education policy (Education Science Press.)
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.S., Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
PhD, Economics of Education,
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Educational Development and Reform in
Education Costs and Policy Analysis in Education
Education and Economic Development
AWARDS AND HONORS (year, source)Changjiang Professor of Economics of Education, Peking University, China (Third Term, 4/2012-3/2015, Ministry of Education, China)
Honorary Professor, Yunnan Normal University (since 2012)
International Scholar for Excellent Contributions to Chinese Education Development (2010, Chinese Education Society and Association of Non-government Education in China)
Honorary Professor, South China Normal University (since 2009)
Changjiang Professor of Economics of Education, Peking University, China (Second Term, 4/2009-3/2012, Ministry of Education, China)
Honorary Professor, Beijing Normal University (since 2007)
Changjiang Professor of Economics of Education, Peking University, China (First Term, 4/2006-3/2009, Ministry of Education, China)
The Richard Swanson Excellence in Research Award (2005, from the
Education Award for Education Projects to Alleviate Poverty (2005, from
Senior Advisor for Education Development in
Honorary President, Education and Economics