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Wagner, L., Glennerster, H., Woodhall, M. for the OU Economics and Policy Team (1977), Economics and education policy Block 4 The finance of education. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Walker, M. and Unterhalter, E. (2003), 'Knowledge, Narrative and National Reconciliation : Race and Gender Reflections on the South African Truth and Reconiciliation Commission'. Discourse, 24(1).

Walters, E. H. (1972), School methods with younger children in the Caribbean. London: Evans Bros.

Warr, D. (1992), Distance teaching in the village : a case study of basic functional education for rural development, Allama Iqbal Open University, Pakistan. Cambridge: International Extension College.

Watson, K. and Thompson, A. R. (1985), Staff development for education systems in low-income countries. Bristol: University of Bristol School of Education Centre for Overseas Studies.

Watson, K. and Williams, P. R. C. (1984), 'Comparative studies and international awareness in teacher education: the need for reappraisal'. Journal of Education for Teaching, 10(3).

Wedell, E. G. and Perraton, H. D. (1968), Teaching at a Distance; An Appraisal of the Co-Ordinated Teaching of O Level Physics Using Television, Correspondence and Special Aids. London: National Institute of Adult Education.

Whitehead, C. (1981), Education in Fiji : policy, problems and progress in primary and secondary education, 1939-1973. Canberra: Australian National University.

Whitehead, C. (1981), 'Education in British Colonial Dependencies, 1919-39: A Re-Appraisal'. Comparative Education, 17(1), 71-80.

Whitehead, C. (1981), 'Education Policy in British Tropical Africa: the 1925 White Paper in Retrospect'. History of Education, 10(3), 195-203.

Whitehead, C. (1981), 'Paternalism and Educational Policy in Colonial Fiji'. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 16(1), 51-57.

Whitehead, C. (1981), 'Education and the Indian Problem in Colonial Fiji 1920-1945'. Educational Research and Perspectives, 8(1), 76-88.

Whitehead, C. (1986), Education in Fiji since independence : a study of government policy. Wellington: New Zealand Council for Educational Reseach.

Whitehead, C. (1987), 'The "two-way pull" and the establishment of university education in British West Africa'. History of Education, 16(2), 119-133.

Whitehead, C. (1988), 'Not Wanted on the Voyage': A Study of the Colonial Department, ULIE 1927-1956. London: DICE.

Whitehead, C. (1989), 'The impact of the second world war on British colonial education policy'. History of Education, 18(3), 267-293.

Whitehead, C. (1989), 'Sir Christopher Cox: an imperial patrician of a different kind'. Journal of Educational Administration & History, 21(1), 28-42.

Whitehead, C. (1989), 'Education in Far Away Places: Evidence from the periphery of Empire of the Problems of the Developing Schooling in British Colonies'. Education Research and Perspectives, 16(1), 51-69.

Whitehead, C. (1991), 'The Advisory Committee on Education in the (British) colonies, 1924-1961'. Paedagogic Historica, 27(3), 385-421.

Whitehead, C. (1991), 'Implementation: the challenge to educational planning in the 1990s'. International Journal of Educational Development, 11(4), 315-319.

Whitehead, C. (1992), 'Miss Freda Gwilliam (1907-1987): a portrait of the "great aunt" of British colonial education'. Journal of Educational Administration & History, 24(2), 145-163.

Whitehead, C. (1993), '"The admirable Ward": a portrait of W.E.F. (Frank) Ward, CMG, colonial educator, administrator, diplomat and scholar'. Journal of Educational Administration & History, 25(2), 138-160.

Whitehead, C. (1993), 'Education for subordination?: some reflections on Kilemi Mwiria's account of African education in colonial Kenya'. History of Education, 22(1), 85-93.

Whitehead, C. (1993), 'British Educational Policy in India 1858-1921: An Outline of a Research Agenda'. Education Research and Perspectives, 20(2), 81-87.

Whitehead, C. (1993), 'Introduction to, and original text of "My Early Life": Arthur Mayhew's Memoirs of his Oxford Childhood in the 1880s, and his Life as a Student at Winchester and New College, Oxford'. Education Research and Perspectives, 25(1), 46-104.

Whitehead, C. (1995), 'The medium of instruction in British colonial education: a case of cultural imperialism or enlightened paternalism?' History of Education, 24(1), 1-15.

Whitehead, C. (1997), 'The Nestor of British colonial education: a portrait of Arthur Mayhew CIE, CMG (1878-1948)'. Journal of Educational Administration & History, 29(1), 51-76.

Whitehead, C. (1997), 'When the Bush Takes Fire: A Study of the Origins and Purpose of Non-formal Education in British Colonial Policy'. In J. Lynch, C. Modgil and S. Modgil (eds), Non-formal and Non-government Approaches. vol 4 of Education and Development : Tradition and Innovation: Cassell.

Whitehead, C. (1997), 'The Role of Teachers in Educational Reform'. In K. Watson, C. Modgil and S. Modgil (eds), Power and Responsibility in Education. vol 3. Educational Dilemmas : Debate and Diversity: Cassell.

Whitehead, C. (1999), 'Dr C E Beeby (1902-1998) CMG, ONZ: Educational Administrator and Scholar Extraordinaire - A Tribute'. International Journal for Educational Development, 19, 1-5.

Whitehead, C. (1999), 'The Contribution of the Christian Missions to British Colonial Education'. Pedagogica Historica, Summplementary Series V, 321-337.

Whitehead, C. (2003), Colonial Educators: the Indian and Colonial Education Services 1858-1983. London: I B Taurus.

Williams, C. (1997), 'The Environmental Causes of Developmental Disability: A Victim's Perspective'. In K. Nayak (ed.), Shaping the Future by Law: Children, Environment and Human Health. New Dehli: Indian Law Institute.

Williams, C. (1998), Terminus Brain: The Environmental Threats to Human Intelligence. London: Cassell.

Williams, C. (2000), 'Education and Human Survival: The Relevance of Global Security to International Education'. International Review of Education (UNESCO), 46(2).

Williams, G. and Woodhall, M. (1979), Independent further education London: Policy Studies Institute.

Williams, G., Woodhall, M. and O'Brien, U. (1986), Overseas students and their place of study : report of a survey. London: Overseas Students Trust.

Williams, P. R. C. (1963), Educational Assistance (British Aid Series No 3). London: Overseas Development Institute.

Williams, P. R. C. (1964), Technical Assistance (British Aid Series No 4). London: Overseas Development Institute.

Williams, P. R. C. (1965), Aid to education : an Anglo-American appraisal. London:
Overseas Development Institute in association with the Ditchley Foundation.

Williams, P. R. C. (1973), Costs and financing of education in developing countries. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1973), 'Elitism: Challenge to the Universities'. West Africa.

Williams, P. R. C. (1974), Objectives for planning. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1974), Manpower planning and educational planning. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1974), Educational planning processes. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1974), Education structure and the evolution of education systems. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1974), Cost-benefit analysis and rate of return analysis in education. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1974), 'Lending for Learning: An Experiment in Ghana'. Minerva, 13(3).

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), Social demand approach to educational planning. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), Planning teacher supply. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), Objectives for planning : equality. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), The nature of educational planning. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), Location of schools. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), Forecasting student enrolment. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), Finance and budgetting. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), Costs, expenditures and resource use in education. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), Considerations in school building. London: University of London Institute of Education Department of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1975), 'Education in Developing Countries: The View From Mount Olympus'. Prospects, 5(4), 457-7.

Williams, P. R. C. (1976), 'Review of: H. M. Phillips, Basic Education: A World Challenge'. Education, January.

Williams, P. R. C. (ed.) (1976), The School Leaver in Developing Countries. London: University of London, Institute of Education.

Williams, P. R. C. (ed.) (1976), Prescription for Progress? A commentary on the Education Policy of the World Bank. London: University of London, Institute of Education.

Williams, P. R. C. (1976), 'University and Community Interaction in Africa'. In K. King (ed.), Education and Community in Africa. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh.

Williams, P. R. C. (1977), 'Too Many Teachers?' Comparative Education, 13(3), 169-79.

Williams, P. R. C. (1978), Statistical Analysis of Demographic and Education Data for Projecting School Enrolment in the Philippines. Paris: UNESCO Division of Statistics on Education. Education Projections Unit.

Williams, P. R. C. (1978), Racial Separateness and Inequality in Rhodesia: The Facts. Paper for Departmental / CEC Seminar on Education in Zimbabwe.

Williams, P. R. C. (1979), Planning Teacher Demand and Supply. Fundamentals of Education Planning Series no 27. Paris: Unesco: International Institute for Educational Planning.

Williams, P. R. C. (1979), 'Patterns and Structures for Teacher Education: Response to Professor Torsten Husen'. In R. Gardner (ed.), Teacher Education in Developing Countries: Prospects for the Eighties. London: EDC, Institute of Education.

Williams, P. R. C. (1979), 'Review of: Education in Kenya: Problems and Perspectives in Educational Planning and Administration, by B. M. Raju and The African University in Development, by A. Wandira.' Third World Quarterly, 1.

Williams, P. R. C. (1980), British provision for overseas education courses in the light of the fees-cum-aid crisis.

Williams, P. R. C. (1980), 'Some Facts and Figures on Overseas Students'. WUS News, 1.

Williams, P. R. C. (1981), Future World Population Trends: Implications for Educational Planning. London: DICE.

Williams, P. R. C. (1981), 'The Brandt Report: Implications for Education'. In R. M. Garrett (ed.), North South Debate: Educational Implications of the Brandt Report. Bristol: NFER - Nelson, for School of Education, University of Bristol.

Williams, P. R. C. (1981), The Overseas Student Question: Studies for a Policy: Heinemann Educational Books, for The Overseas Students Trust.

Williams, P. R. C. (1981), 'Education in Developing Countries: Halfway to the Styx'. Comparative Education, 17(2).

Williams, P. R. C. (1981), 'Universities in Developing Countries: An Introductory Overview'. In J. Lauglo (ed.), Universities, National Development and Education. London: University of London, Institute of Education.

Williams, P. R. C. (1981), 'How to Lose Friends and Influence Abroad'. Times Higher Education Supplement.

Williams, P. R. C. (1981), 'Review of: Distance Teaching for the Third World: The Lion and the Clockwork Mouse, by M. Young'. Third World Quarterly, 3(2).

Williams, P. R. C. (1982), A Policy for Overseas Students: Analysis, Options, Proposals. London: Overseas Students Trust.

Williams, P. R. C. (1982), Universities and the Economy. London: EDC.

Williams, P. R. C. (1983), Training students at home or abroad : the implications. Oslo: Nordic Association for the Study of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. (1983), 'Look West? Asian Attitudes to Study Abroad and Britain's Response'. Asian Affairs, 14(1).

Williams, P. R. C. (1983), 'Making Tomorrow Happen Sooner: Towards a More Equal International Exchange of Students, Teachers and Research', Education and Development. London: Croom Helm.

Williams, P. R. C. (1983), 'The Last Ten Percent'. Special Edition of International Review of Education on the Universalisation of Primary Education, 29(2).

Williams, P. R. C. (1984), Locating untapped resources for education: Commonwealth Secretariat.

Williams, P. R. C. (1984), 'Britain's Full-Cost Policy for Overseas Students'. Comparative Education Review, 28(2), 258-78.

Williams, P. R. C. (1985), They came to train : a study of responses to their training experience of Study Fellows coming to Britain under the British Technical Cooperation Training Programme. London: H.M.S.O.

Williams, P. R. C. (1986), 'African Education Under Siege'. In H. Hawes and T. Coombe (eds), Education Priorities and Aid Responses in Sub-Saharan Africa. London: HMSO books (for ODA and ULIE).

Williams, P. R. C. (ed.) (1989), Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Establishment of a Second University or Campus Zimbabwe. Harare: Government Printer.

Williams, P. R. C. (1995), Government's coordination of aid to education : the case of Namibia. Paris (c/o International Institute for Educational Planning): Association for the Development of African Education.

Williams, P. R. C. (1995), 'Academic Mobility and the Brain Drain', Recognition of Studies and Academic Mobility. Proceedings of the International Congress on Recognition of Studies and Academic Mobility. Paris Nov 1992. New Papers on Higher Education no9. Paris: UNESCO.

Williams, P. R. C. (1995), 'Institutional Diversification of Higher Education'. In K. King and L. Buchert (eds), Learning from Experience: Policy and Practice in Aid to Higher Education. CESO paperback no 24. The Hague: Centre for the Study of Education in Developing Countries.

Williams, P. R. C. and Kendall, M. (1979), Overseas Students in Britain: Some Facts and Figures: Overseas Students Trust.

Williams, G., Woodhall, M. and O'Brien, U (1986), Overseas Students and their Place of Study. London: Overseas Students Trust.

Wilson, J. (1960), 'Teaching of English in a Bi-Lingual Partnership'. Teacher Education, 1(1).

Wilson, J. M. (1960), 'Review Article: "The Use of the Imagination: Educational Thought and the Literary Mind", by J Walsh'. Teacher Education, 1(1).

Wilson, J. M. (1961), 'Essay Review: Physics and Laboratory Guide for Physics (Physical Science Study Committee)'. Teacher Education, 2(2).

Wilson, J. M. (1961), 'Education and Cultural Change in Africa'. Teachers College Record, 63(3).

Wilson, J. M. (1962), 'Fuller Significance of Teaching Aids in English'. Teacher Education, 3(2).

Wilson, J. M. (1962), 'Educational Television and Africa'. Teacher Education, 3(1).

Wilson, J. M. (1962), 'Essay Review: "The Role of Education in Developing Societies", by A Curle'. Teacher Education, 3(1).

Wilson, J. M. (1963), 'Essay Review: "Use of English", by R Quirk'. Teacher Education, 4(1).

Wilson, J. M. (1964), 'Vacation Courses for Teachers'. Teacher Education, 5(2).

Wilson, J. M. (1964), 'Essay Review: "Language in Africa"'. Teacher Education, 4(3).

Wilson, J. M. (1966), Education and Changing West African Culture. Oxford: OUP.

Wilson, J. M. (1972), 'Developments in Teacher Education for the Teaching of Science'. Teacher Education in New Countries, 12(3).

Wilson, J. M.(ed) (1963), 'Report on Afro-Anglo-American Conference, Salisbury, Rhodesia'. Teacher Education, 4(2).

Wolpe, H. and Unterhalter, E. (1991), 'Reproduction, Reform and Transformation : The Analysis of Education in South Africa'. In E. Unterhalter, H. Wolpe and T. Botha (eds), Apartheid Education and Popular Struggles. Johannesburg: Ravan.

Woodhall, M. (1967), 'The Economics of Education : A Review of Research 1964-67'. Review of Educational Research, 3(7), 387-98.

Woodhall, M. (1970), Cost-benefit Analysis in Educational Planning. Paris /London: Unesco for International Institute for Educational Planning. Distributed by H.M.S.O. Second edition printed in 1980.

Woodhall, M. (1970), 'The Economics of Education'. In H. J. Butcher (ed.), Educational Research in Britain. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Woodhall, M. (1971), 'Forecasting Demand for Qualified Manpower : Some Problems and Difficulties', World Year Book of Education 1971-2: Higher Education in a Changing World. London: Evans.

Woodhall, M. (1972), 'Methods of Financing Higher Education'. In H. J. Butcher and E. Rudd (eds), Contemporary Problems in Higher Education: McGraw Hill.

Woodhall, M. (1972), 'The Use of Cost-Benefit Analysis as a Guide to Resouce Allocation in Education : India', Educational Cost Analysis in Action: Case Studies for Planners. an IIEP research project directed by P. H. Coombs and J. Hallak. Paris: UNESCO / IIEP.

Woodhall, M. (1972), 'The Use of Cost-Benefit Analysis to compare the Rates of Return at Different Educational Levels: Colombia', Educational Cost Analysis in Action : Case Studies for Planners. Paris: UNESCO / IIEP.

Woodhall, M. (1973), 'The Economic Returns to Investment in Women's Education'. Higher Education Policy, 2(3), 275-300.

Woodhall, M. (1973), 'Engineers in India'. In B. Ahamad and M. Blaug (eds), The Practice of Manpower Forecasting : A Collection of Case Studies. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Woodhall, M. (1973), 'Investment in Women : A Reappraisal of the Concept of Human Capital'. International Review of Education, 19(1), 9-29.

Woodhall, M. (1974), The investment approach to educational planning. The Fundamentals of Educational Planning: Lecture-Discussion Series No. 32. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning.

Woodhall, M. (1974), 'Investment in Industrial Training : An Assessment of the Effects of the Industrial Training Act on the Volume and Costs of Training'. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 12(1), 71-90.

Woodhall, M. (1977), ' Manpower Planning and the Demand for Qualified Manpower'. In Open University (ed.), Economics and Education Policy (ED 322) II: The Planning of Higher Education - The Social Demand. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Woodhall, M. (1977), 'Alternatives in the Finance of Education : Vouchers'. In Open University (ed.), Economics and Education Policy (ED 322) IV: The Finance of Education. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Woodhall, M. (1981), Education, Work and Employment: A Summary Review. For International Development Research Centre. Ottawa: International Development Research Centre.

Woodhall, M. (1979), 'The Analysis of Educational Costs'. In Open University (ed.), The Management of Eudcation (E321). Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Woodhall, M. (1981), 'Overseas Students'. In O. Fulton (ed.), Access to Higher Education. Guildford: Society for Research into Higher Education.

Woodhall, M. (1981), 'Overseas Students in British Higher Education : The Search for a Policy'. Policy Studies, October, 86-95.

Woodhall, M. (1982), Student Loans : Lessons from Recent International Experience. London: Policy Studies Institute.

Woodhall, M. (1983), Student Loans as a Means of Financing Higher Education : Lessons from International Experience. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

Woodhall, M. (1983), Higher education and economic development.

Woodhall, M. (1985), 'Economics of Education : A Review'. In T. Husen and T. N. Postlethwaite (eds), The International Encyclopaedia of Education. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1985), 'Human Capital Concepts'. In T. Husen and T. N. Postlethwaite (eds), The International Encyclopaedia of Education. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1985), 'Earnings and Education'. In T. Husen and T. N. Postlethwaite (eds), The International Encyclopaedia of Education. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1985), 'Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Education'. In T. Husen and T. N. Postlethwaite (eds), The International Encyclopaedia of Education. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1985), 'Student Fees'. In T. Husen and T. N. Postlethwaite (eds), The International Encyclopaedia of Education. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1985), 'Student Loans'. In T. Husen and T. N. Postlethwaite (eds), The International Encyclopaedia of Education. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1985), 'Cost Analysis in Education'. In T. Husen and T. N. Postlethwaite (eds), The International Encyclopaedia of Education. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1985), 'Financing Vocational and Industrial Education'. In T. Husen and T. N. Postlethwaite (eds), The International Encyclopaedia of Education. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1986), 'Financing students flows from developing countries : the implications of recent policy trendsí. Economics of Education Review, 6(2), 195-204.

Woodhall, M. (1987), Lending for learning : designing a student loan programme for developing countries. London: Commonwealth Secretariat.

Woodhall, M. (1987), Establishing student loans in developing countries : some guidelines. Washington D C: World Bank.

Woodhall, M. (1987), 'Government policy towards overseas students: an international perspective'. Higher Education Quarterly, 41(2), 119-125.

Woodhall, M. (1987), 'The Role of Selectivity in Alternative Patterns of Financial Support for Students'. In H. Thomas (ed.), Economics and the Management of Education : Emerging Themes: Falmer Press.

Woodhall, M. (1987), 'The Costs and Benefits of Recurrent Education'. In H. Schutze and D. Istance (eds), Recurrent Education Revisited: Modes of Participation and Financing. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell.

Woodhall, M. (1988), 'Designing a Student Loan Programme : The Value of International Experience'. Economics of Education Review, 7(1), 153-161.

Woodhall, M. (1988), 'Economic and Financial Implications of Recurrent Education'. In F. Molyneux, G. Low and G. Fowler (eds), Learning for Life: Politics and Progress in Recurrent Education. London: Croom Helm.

Woodhall, M. (1988), Education and employment : a rural perspective: University of London. Institute of Education. Department of International and Comparative Education.

Woodhall, M. (ed.) (1989), Financial Support for Students : Grants, Loans or Graduate Tax? London: Kogan Page for the Institute of Education, University of London.

Woodhall, M. (1989), 'Marketing British higher education overseas: the response to the introduction of full cost fees'. Higher Education Quarterly, 43(2), 142-159.

Woodhall, M. (1989), 'Loans for learning: the loans versus grants debate in international perspective'. Higher Education Quarterly, 43, 76-87.

Woodhall, M. (1989), 'Priorities in Post-School Education : Who Benefits and Who Pays?' In N. Entwistle (ed.), Handbook of Educational Ideas and Practices. London and New York: Routledge.

Woodhall, M. (1991), Student loans in higher education. 2, Asia. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning.

Woodhall, M. (1991), 'Sharing the Costs of Higher Education : An International Analysis'. The Educational Record, 72(4), 27-31.

Woodhall, M. (1991), 'The Economics of Education and the Education Policy-Makers : Reflectsion on Full-Cost Fees for Overseas Students'. In G. K. Shaw (ed.), Economics, Culture and Education : Essays in Honour of Mark Blaug. Aldershot: Edward Elgar.

Woodhall, M. (1991), Student Loans in Higher Education (3) English-Speaking Africa. Paris: IIEP.

Woodhall, M. (1991), Education and training under conditions of economic austerity and restructuring. Paris: Bureau for the Co-ordination of Operational Activities of Unesco.

Woodhall, M. (1992), Cost-benefit analysis in educational planning. (3rd ed.). Paris: Unesco International Institute for Educational Planning.

Woodhall, M. (1992), 'Student loans in developing countries: feasibility, experience and prospects for reform'. Higher Education Policy, 23(4), 347-56.

Woodhall, M. (1992), 'Changing Sources and Patterns of Finance of Higher Education : A Review of International Trends'. Higher Education in Europe, 17(1), 141-149.

Woodhall, M. (1992), 'Student Financial Aid'. In B. Clark and G. Neave (eds), The Encyclopaedia of Higher Education. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

Woodhall, M. (1992), 'Higher Education and Economic Development'. In B. Clark and G. Neave (eds), The Encyclopaedia of Higher Education. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1993), Financial support for students in higher education. London: National Commission on Education.

Woodhall, M. (1993), Student loans in higher education: 4, Latin America and the Caribbean. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning.

Woodhall, M. (1994), 'The Context of Economic Austerity and Structural Adjustment'. In J. Samoff (ed.), Coping with Crisis : Austerity, Adjustment and Human Resources. London and Paris: Cassell and UNESCO.

Woodhall, M. (1994), 'The Effects of Austerity and Adjustment on the Allocation and Use of Resources : A Comparative Analysis of Five Case Studies'. In J. Samoff (ed.), Coping with Crisis : Austerity, Adjustment and Human Resources. London and Paris: Cassell and UNESCO.

Woodhall, M. (1995), 'Financial diversification in higher education: review of international experience and implications for African universities'. Higher Education Policy, 8(1), 16-23.

Woodhall, M. (1995), 'Human Capital'. In M. Carnoy (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Economics of Education, Second Edition. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1995), 'Student Loans'. In M. Carnoy (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Economics of Education, Second Edition. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1995), 'Student Fees'. In M. Carnoy (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Economics of Education, Second Edition. Oxford: Pergamon.

Woodhall, M. (1996), Financing education in the Caribbean countries : report of an IIEP educational forum. Paris: IIEP.

Woodhall, M. (ed.) (1997), Cost-effectiveness of publishing educational materials in African languages. London: Association for the Development of Education in Africa.

Woodhall, M. (1997), 'Cost Effectiveness of Educational Materials in Local and National Languages : Evidence from African Case Studies'. Welsh Journal of Education, 62), 69-83.

Woodhall, M. (2001), 'Financing Higher Education : The Potential Contribution of Fees and Student Loans'. International Higher Education, 22, Winter.

Woodhall, M. (2002), 'Financing and Economics of Education in Africa'. In D. Teferra and P. G. Altbach (eds), African Higher Education : An International Handbook and Reference Guide. Bloomington : Indiana University Press.

Woodhall, M. (2002), 'Paying for Learning : The Debate on Student Fees, Grants and Loans in International Perspective'. Welsh Journal of Education, 11(1).

Woodhall, M. and Blaug, M. (1981), 'A Survey of Overseas Students in Britain 1980'. In P. Williams (ed.), The Overseas Student Question. London: Heinemann.

Woodhall, M. and Ward, V. (1972), Economic Aspects of Education : A Review of Research in Britain. Slough: National Foundation for Educational Research.

Wright, C. A. H. (1981), An action-oriented programme of collaborative research and development on qualitative aspects of secondary education in Sierra Leone. Freetown: Milton Margai Teachers College, Centre for Research into the Education of Secondary Teachers.

Wright, C. A. H. (1985), Reflections on collaborative action research in education (CARE) : the Sierra Leone experience. Freetown: Centre for Research into the Education of Secondary Teachers, Milton Margai Teachers College.

Wright, C. A. H. (1986), Collaborative Action Research in Education (CARE) : reflections on an innovative paradigm.

Wright, C. A. H. (1994), Three years after Jomtien : EFA in the Eastern and Southern Africa region. Paris: IIEP.

Wright, C. A. H. (ed) (2000), Issues in Education and technology: policy guidelines and practical strategies. London: Commonwealth Secretariat.

 

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