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Columbia University

 

Presentations

 

(1) Tsang, M. (2005). Education decentralization and intergovernmental grants: Lessons from China. Presented at the International Conference on Education Decentralization, held at the World Bank on January 13-14, 2005.

(2) Tsang, M. (2004). Faculty salaries and incentives. Presented at the Seminar for University Leaders at Teachers College Columbia University, October 20.

(3) Tsang, M. (2004). University technology transfer in the United States . Presented at the seminar on economics and management in education, July 12, Shanghai University of Science and Technology, Shanghai , China.

(4) Tsang, M. (2004). The financing of compulsory education in China: Lessons learned. Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, March 2004.

(5) Tsang, M. (2003). School choice in the People's Republic of China . Presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference in Chicago, April.

(6) Tsang, M. (2003). Resource utilization and disparities in the financing of compulsory education in China. Paper presented at the International Conference on Chinese Education, held at Teachers College, Columbia University , February 6-7.

(7) Tsang, M. (2002) Critical issues in educational research in China in the new century. Presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Orlando, March 6-9.

(8) Ding, Y. and Tsang, M. (2002). Financial disparities in compulsory education in China. Presented at the Association for Asian Studies Conference in Washington, D.C., April 4-7.

(9) Li, D. and Tsang, M. (2002). Girls education and household education spending in rural China. Presented at the Association for Asian Studies Conference in Washington, D.C., April 4-7.

(10) Tsang, M. (2002). Economic analysis and education policymaking. Presented at Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, China, on July 12, 2002.

(11) Tsang, M. (2001). Financing compulsory education in rural China. Presented at the Conference on Education Reform in China, at Harvard University, July 13-14, 2001.

(12) Tsang, M. (2001). Intergovernmental grants and the financing of education in China. Presented at the International Conference on Economics of Education, at Peking University, China, May 17-19, 2001.

(13) Tsang, M. (2001). School choice in urban China. Presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Washington, D.C., April 2001.

(14) Tsang, M. (2001). Privatization in education in China . Presented at the Seminar on Chinese Education, at Teachers College, March 8, 2001.

(15) Tsang, M. (2000). Privatization and choice in basic education in China. Presentation at the New England Association for Asian Studies Conference, held in Providence, Rhode Island, September 30-October 1.

(16) Tsang, M. (2000). The economic burden of compulsory schooling on families in poor areas of China. Presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference in New Orleans, April 24-28.

(17) Tsang, M. (2000). Integrating programs in education economics and in comparative international education. Presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in San Antonio, March 8-12.

(18) Tsang, M. (2000). School choice in the People's Republic of China. Presented at the International Conference on School Choice and School Reform in East Lansing, March 15-17.

(19) Tsang, M. (1999). Alternative strategies for human capital development in a fast-growing fast-changing area. Joint presentation with Jin Xiao at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Toronto in April.

(20) Tsang, M. (1999). International and transcultural studies at Teachers College, Columbia University. Joint presentation with faculty from Department of International and Transcultural Studies, Teachers College, at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Toronto in April.

(21) Tsang, M. (1998). Recent development in technology education: A review of international experience. Presented at an international seminar on technology education on July 20, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.

(22) Tsang, M. (1998). Issues and strategies for the financing of education in Jamaica. Presented at the National Seminar on Education Financing in Kingston, Jamaica, in April 1998.

(23) Tsang, M. (1998). Household educational spending and access to compulsory education in poor counties in China. Presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Buffalo, New York, March 1998.

(24) Tsang, M. (1998). Education and earnings in rural China . Presented at the Mid-west Economics Association Conference in Chicago, March, 1998.

(25) Tsang, M. (1997). Human-capital development in a fast-growing fast-changing area: The Shenzhen model. Presented at the Center Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, on November 18, 1997.

(26) Tsang, M. (1997). The economic effects of education in rural China. Presented at the national conference of the Association for Asian Studies, in Chicago, on March 13-16, 1997.

(27) Tsang, M. (1997). Household expenditures and the Education-For-All Policy: A cross-national study. Presented at the American Educational Research Association conference in Chicago, on March 24-29, 1997.

(28) Tsang, M. (1997). Economic evaluation of policy options for the development of secondary education in Trinidad and Tobago. Presented at the workshop on educational finance, held in Port of Spain, the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, on March 3-5, 1997.

(29) Koshimura, M., and Tsang, M. (1997). Financing strategies for equalization in basic education: A cross-national review. East Lansing, MI: College of Education, Michigan State University. Paper prepared for the World Bank, Washington, D.C. (To be submitted for presentation at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Buffalo, NY, in March 19-22, 1998).

(30) Tsang, M. (1996). Education and poverty reduction in rural China. Presented at the Asian Studies Center, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

(31) Tsang, M., and Min, W. (1996). An evaluation of the financial reform of higher education in China. East Lansing, MI: College of Education, Michigan State University.

(32) Tsang, M. (1996). Household education spending in Yunnan and Shanxi, China. East Lansing, MI: College of Education, Michigan State University.

(33) Tsang, M. (1996). Household education spending in poor counties in China. Presented at the Mid-west Economic Association conference in Chicago, March 1996.

(34) Tsang, M. (1996). Issues of efficiency, equity, and equality in the financing of education in Guyana. Presented at the Inter-American Development Bank seminar on education financing, March 1996.

(35) Tsang, M. (1996). Policy analysis and education financing in Guyana. Presented at an international seminar on education financing in Georgetown, Guyana, March 1996.

(36) Tsang, M. (1996). Private costs of education in urban areas in China. Presented at the Western Comparative and International Education Society conference in Honolulu, January 1996.

(37) Tsang, M. (1995). Household education spending and access to basic schooling in two poor countries. Presented at the American Education Research Association Conference in San Francisco, April 1995.

(38) Tsang, M. (1995). The costs of adult education and training. Presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Boston, March 1995.

(39) Tsang, M. (1995). Graduate studies for Chinese students in the U.S. Presented at the Conference of the Michigan Association for International Programs and Personnel, at Michigan State University, in February 1995.

(40) Tsang, M. (1994). Investment in education in China : 1950-1991. Presented at the Asian Studies Center, Michigan State University, on November 15, 1994.

(41) Tsang, M. (1994). A skill development fund for financing human-resource development in Yemen. Presented at the National Seminar on the Management and Financing of Vocational Training, held in Sana'a, the Republic of Yemen on October 18-19, 1994.

(42) Tsang, M. (1994). Policy issues in financing quality basic education for all. Paper presented at the Midwest Economics Association Conference in Chicago, on March 24-26, 1994.

(43) Tsang, M. (1994). The costs of investment in education in China. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in San Diego, on March 21-23, 1994.

(44) Tsang, M. (1993). Financing quality basic education. Paper presented at the International Forum on Education for All, on September 8-10, 1993 in New Delhi, India. Forum was organized by UNICEF, UNESCO, UNDP, and World Bank.

(45) Tsang, M. (1993). Financial reform of basic education in China. Paper presented at the International Conference on Economics of Education held in Manchester, England, on May 18-20, 1993. Conference was sponsored by the British Council, the World Bank and the GTZ of Germany.

(46) Tsang, M. (1993). Skill demand indicators for Michigan. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference in Atlanta, on April 16-20, 1993.

(47) Tsang, M. (1993). Model of skill demand. Paper presented at the Mid-West Economics Association Conference in Indianapolis, on April 1-3, 1993.

(48) Tsang, M. (1992). Comparative perspectives on costs and financing of education. Paper presented at the Policy Seminar on Educational Finance on August 18-22, 1992, in Dalian, China.

(49) Tsang, M. (1992). Resource utilization in higher education in China. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Annapolis, MD, March 12-16.

(50) Tsang, M. (1991). Understanding and monitoring changes in skill demand. East Lansing, MI: Michigan Partnership for New Education.

(51) Tsang, M. (1991). Private financing of primary education: Lessons from Pakistan and Thailand. Paper read at the Comparative and International Education Society conference in Pittsburgh, PA, March 1991.

(52) Tsang, M. (1991). Cost-benefit analysis in education. Presentation sponsored by State Department of Education, State of Penang, Malaysia, July 20.

(53) Tsang, M. (1991). Applications of cost analysis in education. Presentation made a the Ministry of Education, Malaysia, in Kuala Lumpur, July 18.

(54) Tsang, M. (1991). Education, productivity, and economic development. Presentation sponsored by Islamic International University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia , July 8.

(55) Tsang, M. (1991). Public and private resources for education. Presented at World Bank Staff Development Seminar, held at Stanford University, on June 20,1991.

(56) Xiao, J., and Tsang, M. (1991). The organization and financing of adult education in China. Paper read at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Pittsburgh, PA, March 1991.

(57) Tsang, M. (1991). Resource mobilization to primary education in Pakistan. East Lansing, MI : College of Education, Michigan State University.

(58) Tsang, M. (1990). Private resources and school quality: The case of Thailand. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Conference in Boston in April, 1990.

(59) Tsang, M. (1990). Private resources to primary education: Lessons from Thailand, Pakistan, and China. Presented at World Bank Staff Development Workshop at Stanford University, California.

(60) Tsang, M., & Taoklam, W. (1990). The costs of public and private primary education in Thailand. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Los Angeles, March.

(61) Tsang, M., Saki, M., & Ghafoor, A. (1990). Household expenditures and alternatives for financing primary education in Pakistan. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Los Angeles, March.

(62) Tsang, M., & Wheeler, C. (1989). Local initiatives and their implications for a multi-level approach to school improvement in Thailand. Paper presented at the conference on Effective Schools in Developing Countries, sponsored by the World Bank in Washington, D.C.

(63) Tsang, M. (1989). Mobilization of resources for education in China. Paper prepared for the World Bank for study of Financing Educational Developments in China.

(64) Tsang, M. (1989). The costs of vocational education and training in developing countries. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference in Cambridge, MA.

(65) Min, W. F., & Tsang, M. (1989). Vocational education and productivity: A case study of the Beijing General Auto Industry Company. Paper presented at the World Bank Conference on Recent Developments in Vocational Education in Washington, D.C.

(66) Tsang, M. (1988). Issues in the financing of education. Presentations made at the Academy of Educational Planning and Development, Ministry of Education, Islamabad, Pakistan, August 30-September 1.

(67) Min, W. F., & Tsang, M. (1988). Teachers' continuing education in China . Paper presented at the Second Annual Conference of the U.S.-China Teacher Education Consortium in Memphis, Tennessee.

(68) Tsang, M. (1988). A cost perspective on school quality. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association in New Orleans.

(69) Tsang, M. (1988). The impact of overeducation on worker productivity. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association in New Orleans.

(70) Tsang, M. (1987). The impact of overeducation on job satisfaction and turnover. Paper presented at the conference on Current Issues in Productivity Studies in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

(71) Min, W. F., & Tsang, M. (1987). Vocationalism and economic development: A case study of China. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Conference in Washington, D.C.

(72) Tsang, M. (1987). Cost analysis and efficiency in primary education in developing countries. Paper presented at the Comparative and International Education Conference in Washington, D.C.

(73) Tsang, M. (1985). Recent developments in economics of education. Paper presented at the 1985 National Workshop on Economics of Education. Beijing, China.