Books and chapters
The Role and Impact of Private Schools in Developing Countries: A Response to the DFID-Commissioned ‘Rigorous Literature Review’ James Tooley and David Longfield, Pearson, March 2015
International Aid And Private Schools For The Poor – Smiles, Miracles and Markets, Pauline Dixon, Edward Elgar, April 2013.
The Profit Motive in Education: Continuing the Revolution edited by Stanfield J, Institute of Economic Affairs, 2012.
From Village School to Global Brand: Changing the World through Education by James Tooley, London, UK: Profile Books, 2012.
Beyond the Hole in the Wall – Discover the Power of Self Organised Learning, Sugata Mitra, TED Books, 2012.
Private Schools for the Poor: A Little Nurturing and Support goes a very long way. Dixon P. In: Leube, K.R., ed. Economics, Politics, Philosophy, and the Arts: Essays in Honor of H.S.H. Prince Philipp of Liechtenstein. van Eck Publishers, 2011.
Revolution at the grassroots in developing countries: Implications for School Choice in America by Tooley J and Dixon, P. In: Forster, G., Thompson, C.B, ed. Freedom and School Choice in American Education. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
Educational Equality, Brighouse H, Tooley J, Rowe K. . London and New York: Continuum, 2010.
Education for All: A Freedom Based Approach by James Stanfield, In (Eds.) Elliott, Fourali, and Issler Education and Social Change: Connecting local and Global perspectives, Continuum Books, 2010.
The Introduction of Free Primary Education in Kenya by James Stanfield in Educational Reform in Africa: Essays on Curriculum, Libraries, Counselling, and Grade Levels, Edited by James, Valentine & Etim, James S. 2009.
The Beautiful Tree – A Personal Journey into how the World’s Poorest People are Educating Themselves by James Tooley, Cato Institute, Washington, 2008.
E.G. West: Economic Liberalism and the Role of Government in Education by James Tooley, London: Continuum, 2008.
From Adam Swift to Adam Smith: How the ‘Invisible Hand’ Overcomes Middle Class Hypocrisy by James Tooley In: Halstead M; Haydon G, ed. The Common School and the Comprehensive Ideal. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008.
Private Universities around the World by James Tooley & James Stanfield, in Can the Prizes Still Glitter? The Future of British Universities in a Changing World, edited by de Burgh, Fazackerley & Black, 2007.
From Universal to Targeted Vouchers: The Relevance of The Friedmans’ Proposals for Developing Countries by James Tooley In: Enlow, R; Ealy, L, ed. Liberty and Learning: Milton Friedman’s Voucher Idea at Fifty. Chicago: CATO Press, 2007.
Private Education for Low Income Families: Results from a Global Research Project by Tooley J, Dixon P. I n: Srivastava, P; Walford, G, ed. Private Schooling in Less Economically Developed Countries: Asian and African Perspectives. Didcot, UK: Symposium Books, 2007.
Market Solutions for British Education by James Tooley and James Stanfield, Margaret Thatcher’s Revolution, Edited by Subroto Roy and John Clarke, March 2006.
Education Reclaimed by Tooley J. In: Booth, P., ed. Towards a Liberal Utopia?.London:Continuum Publishing,2006.
The Hole in the Wall: Self-Organising Systems in Education , Sugata Mitra , New Delhi & New York: Tata-McGraw-Hill Pub. Co. Ltd., 2006.
Private Education for the Poor: Lessons for America? by James Tooley, In:Salisbury, D., Tooley, J., ed. What America Can Learn from School Choice in Other Countries.Washington DC:Cato Institute,2005.
The Global Education Indutsry by James Tooley, Institute of Economic Affairs, London, 2004.
Government Failure: E.G. West on Education, edited by Tooley J, Stanfield J. London, UK: Institute of Economic Affairs, 2003.
Providing Education to the World’s poor: A case study of the private sector in India. Tooley J, Dixon P In: Davies, B., West-Burnham, J, ed. The Handbook of Educational Leadership and Management. London, UK: Pearson Education, 2003, pp.342-354.
The changing role of the state in education. Tooley J, In: Guthrie, J.W, ed. Encyclopedia of Education. New York: Macmillan USA, 2003.
Education in the Voluntary City. Tooley J, In: Beito, D.T., Gordon, P., Tabarrok, A, ed. The Voluntary City: Choice, Community, and Civil Society. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2002.
The Global Education Industry. Tooley J. In: Warburton, P, ed. IEA Yearbook of Government Performance, 2002/03. London: Profile Books, 2002.
Buckingham at 25: Freeing the universities from state control. Tooley J, ed, London: Institute of Economic Affairs, 2001.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Reflection on Four Year’s Hard Labour. Tooley J. I n: Fielding, M, ed. Taking Education Really Seriously: Four Years Hard Labour. London: Routledge, 2001.
The Private Sector Serving the Educational Needs of the Poor. Tooley J. I n: Hepburn, C.R, ed. Can the Market Save Our Schools?. Vancouver: Fraser Institute, 2001.
Reclaiming Education by James Tooley, London: Cassell, 2000.