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Teachers College, Columbia University
Teachers College
Columbia University

 

Education and Economic Development

 

(1) Tsang, M. Yang, C. & Qiu, L. (2006 forthcoming). Issues and policies in minority education in Yunnan. In Tsang, M., et.al. Research on the Reform of the Financing of compulsory education in China. Education Science Press, Beijing, China.

(2) Xiao, J. and Tsang, M. (2004). Participation and non-participation in adult education and training in Shenzhen. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 15(4): 389-420.

(3) Li, D. and Tsang, M. (2003). Household decisions and gender inequality in education in rural China. China: An International Journal, 1(2): 224-248.

(4) Tsang, M., Fryer, M., and Arevalos, G. (2002). Education issues and responses. In Access, equity, and performance: Education in Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago (Chapter 3, pp. 21-50) Washington, DC: Inter-American Development Bank.

(5) Tsang, M. (2002). Education economics, developing nations. In Guthrie, J. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Education, 2 nd edition. Macmillan.

(6) Tsang, M. (2000). Education and national development in China since 1949: Oscillating policies and enduring dilemmas. China Review (pp. 579-618).

(7) Xiao, J. & Tsang, M. (1999) Human capital development in an emerging economy: The case of Shenzhen, China. China Quarterly, No. 157(March): 72-114.

(8) Wei, X., Tsang, M., Chen, L.(1999) Education and earnings in rural China. Education Economics, 7(2): 167-187.

(9) Tsang, M. (1999). Economics of education. In Peretz, M., Brown, S., and Moon, B. (Eds.) International Encyclopedic Dictionary of Education. Routledge.

(10) Tsang, M. (1998). Recent development in technology education: A review of international experience. Report prepared for the Inter-American Development Bank.

(11) Tsang, M. (1997). Economics of education: Past, present, and future. Journal of Educational Research, 1997(4): 29-37 & 49.

(12) Tsang, M., Chung, Y., & Jin, X. (Eds.) (1995). Critical issues in policy analysis and management of education (in Chinese). Beijing, China: People's Daily Press.

(13) Tsang, M., Rumberger, R., and Levin, H. (1994). The impact of surplus schooling on productivity. In Johnes, G., and Cohn, E. (eds.) Recent developments in economics of education. Carfax Publishing Company.

(14) Tsang, M., and Min, W. (1992). Expansion, efficiency, and economies of scale of higher education in China. Higher Education Policy, 5(2), 61-66.

(15) Tsang, M. (1992). Skill demand indicators for Michigan. East Lansing, MI: Michigan Partnership for New Education.

(16) Tsang, M. (1992). Job training and retraining. In Michigan State University Extension. Focus on Michigan 's future: Trends and perspe n ctives. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University.

(17) Tsang, M. (1991). The structural reform of secondary education in China. Journal of Education Administration, 29(4), 65-83.

(18) Tsang, M., Rumberger, R., & Levin, H. (1991). The impact of surplus schooling on worker productivity. Industrial Relations, 30(2), 209-228.

(19) Min, W., & Tsang, M. (1990). Vocational education and productivity: A case study of the Beijing General Auto Industry Company. Economics of Education Review , 9(4), 351-364.

(20) Tsang, M., Xie, B., Qu, H., & Cui, W. (Eds.) (1990). Western perspectives in economics of education (in Chinese). Beijing, China: Beijing Normal University Press.

(21) Tsang, M. (1989). Economics of over-education: A reply. Economics of Education Review. 8(2), 209.

(22) Tsang, M. (1989). New developments in economics of education in the West since the 1970s. In Wang, S. (ed.) Economics of Education, pp. 381-412. Beijing, China: Beijing Normal University Press.

(23) Tsang, M. (1987). The impact of under-utilization of education on productivity. Economics of Education Review, 6(3), 239-254.

(24) Levin, H. & Tsang, M. (1987). The economics of student time. Economics of Education Review, 6(4), 357-364.

(25) Hartog, J., & Tsang, M. (1987). Estimating, testing, and applying a comparative advantage earnings function for the U.S. 1969-1973-1977. Stanford Education Policy Institute (Program Report No. 87-SEPI), Stanford University.

(26) Tsang, M. (1986). Economics of education since 1970 (in Chinese). Educational Research (No. 10: 68-73, & No. 11: 71-75).

(27) Tsang, M. (1986). Recent developments in economics of education (in Chinese). Education and Economics 1: 43-46.

(28) Rumberger, R., Levin H., & Tsang, M. (1986). Surplus schooling and worker productivity . Stanford Education Policy Institute (Program report No. 86-SEPI-15), Stanford University.

(29) Tsang, M., & Levin, H. (1985). The economics of over-education. Economics of Education Review, 4(2), 93-104.

(30) Tsang, M. (1984). The impact of overeducation on productivity . Institute for Educational Finance and Governance (Program Report No. 84-B10), Stanford University, California.

(31) Levin, H., and Tsang, M. (1984). The economics of student time. Institute for Educational Finance and Governance (Program Report No. 84-B9), Stanford University, California.

(32) Tsang, M. (1984). The economics of overeducation. Institute for Educational Finance and Governance (Program Report No. 84-B3), Stanford University.

(33) Guo, C., Tsang, M., & Ding, X. (2009). Gender disparities in science and engineering in Chinese higher education. Economics of Education Review.

(34) Chen, C., Tsang, M., & Wen, D. (forthcoming in 2013).  The internationalization of research universities in China.  Guanzhou, China: Sun Yat-Sen University Press.

(35) Tsang, M., Wang, M. & Lin, L. (2009).  The internationalization of higher education in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia.  Peking University Education Review, 7(2): 75-102 (in Chinese).

(36) Tsang, M.,  & Yu, Z.(2008).  Higher-education internationalization: A comparison between China and Japan.  Exploring Educational Development, No. 21(in Chinese).

(37) Shi, Y. & Tsang, M. (2007).  The evaluation of adult literacy programs in the United States: A review of methodological issues.  Educational Research Review, 3(2): 187-217.