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Abendur, Adriana: Tilting the north-south axis: The legitimization of southern development knowledge and its implications for comparative education research. Current issues in comparative education [online] 4(2), 2002, available at, http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/Archives/4.2/42abdenur.pdf.
Apple, Michael: Rhetorical reforms: Markets, standards and inequality. Current issues in comparative education. [online] 1(2), 1999, available at, http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/Archives/1.2/12apple.pdf.
Bray, Mark: Comparative education in east asia: Growth, development and contributions to the global field. Current issues in comparative education [online] 4(2), 2002, available at, http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/Archives/4.2/42bray.pdf.
Brock-Utne, Birgit: The Language Question in Africa in the light of Globalisation, Social Justice and Democracy, 2003. International Journal of Peace Studies. Vol. 8. No.2. s. 67-88.
Brock-Utne, Birgit and Holmarsdottir Halla: Language policies and practices in tanzania and south africa: problems and challenges. , 2003. International journal of educational development. vol 24: 67-83.
Cheng, Haojing and DeLany, Brian: Quality education and social stratification: The paradox of private schooling in china. Current issues in comparative education. [online] 1(2), 1999, available at, http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/Archives/1.2/12cheng_delany.pdf.
Dale Roger: Specifying globalization effects on national policy: a focus on the mechanisms, 1999. Journal of Education Policy. Nr.1, s.1-17.
Epstein, Erwin: Comparative and international Education.: Overview and historical Development, 1994. Pergamon Press. I (Ed.) Husen Torstein & Postlewaithe Neiwille The International Encyclopedia of Education, Vol. 2, s. 918-922.
Fletcher, T V and D.L Sabers: Interaction effects in cross national studies of achievement. Comparative education review 39,4, 1995. p.455-467.
Hans Nicholas: Comparative education, 1958. Routledge & Kegan Paul. Kap.1 s.1-16.
Jansen, Jonathan B: Globalization, curriculum and the third world state: in dialogue with Michael Apple. Current issues in comparative education [online] 1(2), 1999, available at, http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/Archives/1.2/12janson.pdf.
Jon, Torfi Jonasson: The foes of icelandic vocational education at the upper secondary level. In: A, Tjeldvoll (ed) Education and the scandinavian welfare state in the year 2000. Equality, policy and reform, 1997. p.267-304.
Kelly, Gail and Altbach, Philip: Comparative education: challenges and responses. Comparative education review (30)1, 1986. p.89-107.
McLean Martin: Educational Traditions Compared, 1995. David Fulton Publishers. Kap. 2, s.20-47.
Mebrahtu, T.: Development Education, 1994. Pergamon Press. I (Ed.) Husen Torstein & Postlewaithe Neiwille The International Encyclopedia of Education, Vol. 3, s. 1494-1501.
Mitter, Wolfgang: A decade of transformation: educational policies in central and eastern europe. international reveiw of education 49(1-2), 2003. p 75-96.
Noah Harold & Eckstein Max: Defining comparative education: conceptions, 1998. Comp.Ed.Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong. I Noah Harold & Eckstein Max: Doing comparative education: three decades of collaboration, s.35-40.
Noah Harold & Eckstein Max: Use and abuse of comparative education, 1998. Comp.Ed.Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong. I Noah Harold & Eckstein Max: Doing comparative education: three decades of collaboration, s.57-67.
Paulston Rolland: Comparative and international education: Paradigms and theories, 1994. Pergamon Press. I (Ed.) Husen Torstein & Postlewaithe Neiwille The International Encyclopedia of Education, Vol.2, p. 923-932.
Philips David Oxford: On comparing, 1999. Symposium Books. I Alexander Robin, Broadfoot Patricia, Philips David (Ed.): Learning from comparing: new directions in comparative educational research. Vol.1, s.15-20.
Rao, Nirmala, Cheng,Kai-Ming and Narain Kirti: Primary schooling in china and India: understanding how socio-contextual factors moderate the role of the state, 2003. international review of education 49(1). p 153-176.
Robinson Peter: The tyranny of league tables: international comparisons of educational attainment and economic performance, 1999. Oxford: Symposium Books. I Alexander Robin, Broadfoot Patricia, Philips David (Ed.): Learning from comparing: new directions in comparative educational research, Vol. 1, s.217-235.
Sadler, Michael: How Far Can We Learn Anything of Practical Value From the Study of Foreign Systems of Education, 1979. Dejall & Meyorre International Publishers. I J. H. Higginson (Ed.) Selections from Michael Sadler, s.48-51.
Scoppio, Grazia: Common trends of standardisation, accountability,devolution and choice in the educational policies of england, UK, California, USA and Ontario, Canada, 2000. Current issues in comparative education [online] 2(2) available at. http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/Archives/2.2/22scoppio.pdf.
Tveit, Knut: The development of popular literacy in the nordic countries. A comparative historical study., 1991. scandinavian journal of education research 35(4) p241-252.
Valverde, Gilbert A: Curriculum convergence in Chile: The global and local context of reforms in curriculum policy. , 2004. Comparative and education review 48(2) p.174-201.
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Arnove Robert & Torres Carlos (Ed.): Comparative education. The dialectic of the global and the local, 1999. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publ.
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