Setting up a free school: successful proposers’ experiences, Paul Miller, Barrie Craven and James Tooley, Research Papers in Education, Volume 29, Issue 2, 2014.
Challenging educational injustice: ‘Grassroots’ privatisation in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, James Tooley, Oxford Review of Education, Volume 39, no. 4, August 2013 pp 446-463.
A Case Study of Private Schools in Kibera: An Update. Dixon P, Tooley J. Educational Management, Administration and Leadership 2012.Volume 40 Issue 6 November 2012 pp. 690 – 706.
Big Questions and Poor Economics: Banerjee and Duflo on Schooling in Developing Countries, Tooley, J. Eco Journal Watch 9(3) September 2012: 170-185.
Why the Denial? Low-Cost Private Schools in Developing Countries and Their Contributions to Education, Dixon, P. Eco Journal Watch 9(3) September 2012: 189-206.
A Comparative Study of School Effectiveness in Aguablanca, Colombia. Burgess MJ, Dixon P. Educational Management Administration and Leadership 2012, 40(3), 362-375.
The impact of an intervention on children’s reading and spelling ability in low-income schools in India. Dixon P, Schagen I, Seedhouse P. School Effectiveness and School Improvement 2011, 22(4), 461-482.
School Choice and Academic Performance: Some Evidence From Developing Countries. Tooley J, Bao Y, Dixon P, Merrifield J. Journal of School Choice: Research, Theory, and Reform 2011, 5(1), 1-39.
The Relative Quality and Cost-Effectiveness of Private and Public schools for Low-income Families: A case study from developing countries’, Tooley, J., Dixon, P., Shamsan, Y., and Schagen, I. School Effectiveness and School Improvement. Volume 20 issue 4 2010, pp.1-28.
A rejoinder to Sarangapani and Winch. Tooley J, Dixon P, Gomathi SV. Oxford Review of Education 2010, 36(4), 517-520
The Broken University: What is Seen and What is Not Seen in Higher Education in the UK,, Stanfield, J, Economic Affairs, Vol 30, Issue 3, 2010, 53-58.
Remote Presence: Technologies for ‘Beaming’ Teachers where They Cannot Go, Mitra, S. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Web Intelligence, Volume 1, No. 1, 2009 pp. 55-59.
Further commentary on the OECD review of the quality and equity of schooling in Scotland, Stanfield, J. Scottish Educational Review, 41 (1) 2009, 98-103.
The Impact of Free Education in Kenya: A case study in private schools in Kibera, Tooley, J., Dixon, P., and Stanfield, J. Educational Management, Administration and Leadership, Volume 36, No 4, 2008 pp. 449-469.
Private schooling for low-income families: A census and comparative survey in East Delhi, India, Tooley, J., and Dixon, P. International Journal of Educational Development, volume 27, no. 2 2007, pp. 205-219.
Private Schools and the Millennium Development Goal of Universal Primary Education: A census and comparative survey in Hyderabad, India, Tooley, J, Dixon, P and Gomathi, S.V., Oxford Review of Education 33(5) 2007, 539-560.
Could for-profit private education benefit the poor? Some a priori considerations arising from case study research in India. Tooley J. Journal of Education Policy, 22(3) 2007, 321-342.
Private and Public Schooling in Ga, Ghana: A census and comparative survey Tooley, J, Dixon, P and Amuah, I, International Review of Education 53(3–4) 2007: 389-415.
From Adam Swift to Adam Smith: How the ‘Invisible Hand’ Overcomes Middle Class Hypocrisy.Tooley J. Journal of Philosophy of Education 2007, 41(4), 727-741.
Private Schools for the Poor in Gansu Province, China . Tooley J, Qang L, Dixon P. Journal of Comparative Education Research 2007.
De Facto’ Privatisation of Education and the Poor: Implications of a Study from sub-Saharan Africa and India, Tooley, J. and Dixon, P. Compare 36(4) 2006, 443-462.
Private and Public Schooling in Low-Income Areas of Lagos State, Nigeria: A Census and Comparative Survey. Tooley, J., P. Dixon, and O. Olaniyan, International Journal of Educational Research 43(3) 2005: 125–46.
The Regulation of Private schools serving Low-income families in Andhra Pradesh, India, Dixon, P., and Tooley, J., Review of Austrian Economics, volume 18 no.1, March 2005, pp. 29-54.
An Inspector Calls: the regulation of ‘budget’ private schools in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, Tooley, James and Dixon, Pauline, International Journal of Educational Development. 2005, 25, 269-285.
Is there a conflict between commercial gain and concern for the poor? Evidence from private schools for the poor in India and Nigeria. Tooley J, Dixon P. Economic Affairs 2005, 25(2), 20-26.
Self organizing systems for mass computer literacy: Findings from the “hole in the wall” experiments. Mitra, Sugata, International Journal of Development Issues 2005, Vol. 4, (1), 71-81.
Classroom interaction in private schools serving low-income families in Hyderabad, India. Smith F, Hardman F, Tooley J. International Education Journal 2005,6 5 607-618.
Management of private-aided higher education in Karnataka, India: lessons from an enduring public-private partnership. Tooley J. Educational Management, Administration and Leadership 2005,33 4 465-486.
Acquisition of computing literacy on shared public computers: Children and the ‘Hole in the Wall’ . Dr. Sugata Mitra, Dr. Ritu Dangwal, Shiffon Chatterjee, Dr. Swati Jha, Ravinder S. Bisht and Preeti Kapur, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 2005, 21(3), 407-426.
Why Harry Brighouse is Nearly Right about the Privatisation of Education, Tooley, J. Journal of Philosophy of Education 2003, 37 (3), 427-447.
Improving English Pronunciation: An automated instructional approach, Mitra, S, Tooley, J, Inamdar, P, and Dixon, P, Information Technologies and International Development, 2003 1.1.75-84.
The Quality of Educational Research: A perspective from Great Britain. Tooley J. Issues in Education 2001, 76(3), 122-140.
Children and the Internet: Experiments with minimally invasive education in India , Dr. Sugata Mitra and Vivek Rana. The British Journal of Educational Technology, volume 32, issue 2, pp 221-232.2001
New versus old Barber: An unfinished revolution. Tooley J. British Journal of Educational Studies 1999, 47(1), 28-42.
On school choice and social class : a response to Ball, Bowe and Gewirtz. Tooley JN. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 18(2) 217-230 1997.