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Chinese Educational Development and Reform

 

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

(2) Tsang, M., et.al. (Eds.) (2011). Financing compulsory education in China: Efficiency, equity, and adequacy.  Beijing, China: Peking University Press. (in Chinese)

(3) Tsang, M., Ding, X., & Shen, H. (2010). Rural-urban disparities in private tutoring in lower-secondary education in China. Education and Economics.

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

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

(6) Tsang, M. and Ding, Y. (2005) Resource utilization and disparities in the financing of compulsory education in China. China Review, 5(1): 1-31.

(7) Tsang, M. (2004). School choice in the People's Republic of China. In Plank, D. and Sykes, G. Choosing choice. New York: Teachers College Press.

(8) 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.

(9) Tsang, M. and Ding, Y. (2003). Financial disparities in compulsory education in China (in Chinese). Peking University Education Review, 1(1): 84-94.

(10) Tsang, M. et . al. (2003). The financing of compulsory education in rural China. Research report prepared for the Ford Foundation. Center on Chinese Education, Teachers College, Columbia University.

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

(12) Tsang, M. (2003). Intergovernmental grants and the financing of compulsory education in China. In School of Education, Peking University Studies in Economics of Education. Beijing, China.

(13) Tsang, M. (2002). Establishing and developing a substantial and regularized scheme of intergovernmental grants in compulsory education in China. Harvard China Review.

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

(15) Tsang, M., Wei, X., and Xiao, J. (Eds.) (2000). Economic analysis of educational policy (in Chinese). Beijing, China: People's Education Press.

(16) Tsang, M. (2000). The economic burden of compulsory schooling on families in poor areas in China (in Chinese). In Tsang, M., Wei, X., and Xiao, J. (Eds. ) Economic analysis of education policy. Beijing, China: Education Science Press.

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

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

(19) Tsang, M. (1996). Financial reform of basic education in China. Economics of Education Review, 15(4): 423-444.

(20) Tsang, M. (1994). Costs of education in China: Issues of resource mobilization, equality, equity, and efficiency. Education Economics, 2(3), 287-312.

(21) Xiao, J., and Tsang, M. (1994). The costs and financing of adult training: A case study of Shenzhen, China. International Journal of Educational Development , 14(1), 51-64.

(22) Tsang, M. (1994). China: Vocationalizing education. In Husen, T. and Postlethwaite, N. ( eds.). International encyclopedia of education, second edition, pp. 755-760. Pergamon Press.

(23) Tsang, M. (1993). Financial reform in basic education: the Chinese experience. In Verspoor, A., & Tsang, M. (Eds.) Case studies in financing quality basic education, pp. 53-71. Washington, DC: Education and Social Policy Department, the World Bank.

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

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

(26) Tsang, M. (1991). The financing of basic education in Shaanxi and Guizhou, China. In World Bank, China: Provincial education planning and finance--sector study. Washington, DC: China and Mongolia Department, the World Bank.

(27) 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.

(28) Zhang, Y., Ding, Y., and Tsang, M (2013). Gender gap in academic performance in the national entrance examination in China.  Center on Chinese Education, Teachers College Columbia University

(29) Gong, X., Ding, Y., and Tsang, M. (2013) Gender gap in academic performance in compulsory education in southwestern China. Center on Chinese Education, Teachers College Columbia University

(30) Guo, C, Tsang, M. & Ding, X. (2007).  Gender disparities in higher education in China.  Higher Education Research (in Chinese).

(31) Ding, Y. & Tsang, M (2006).   Financial disparities in compulsory education in China: 1997-2000.  Journal of Education and Economics.

(32) Gong, X. & Tsang, M.(2011), Interprovincial and Regional Inequity in the Financing of Compulsory Education in China, in Tiedan Huang, Alexander W. Wiseman (ed.) The Impact and Transformation of Education Policy in China (International Perspectives on Education and Society, Volume 15), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.43-78.

(33) Tsang, M. & Ding, Y. (2011).  Financial disparities in compulsory education in China.  In Tsang, et. al.  Financing compulsory education in China: Efficiency, equity, and adequacy.  Beijing, China: Peking University Press. (in Chinese)

(34) Tsang, M. & Ding, Y. (2011).  The role of intergovernmental grants in decentralized financing of compulsory education in China.  Financing compulsory education in China: Efficiency, equity, and adequacy.  Beijing, China: Peking University Press. (in Chinese)

(35) Tsang, M. Yang, C. & Qiu, L. (2011).  Issues and policies in minority education in Yunnan.  In Tsang, M., et.al. Financing compulsory education in China: Efficiency, equity, and adequacy.  Beijing, China: Peking University Press. (in Chinese)