The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid in Education by James Stanfield in The profit Motive in Education: Continuing the Revolution, Institute of Economic Affairs, 2012.
The Private School Revolution in Bihar – Findings from a Survey in Patna Urban, Rangaraju B, Tooley J, Dixon P., India Institute, 2012.
International Aid and Educating the Poorest by Dixon P, Marshall P. London, UK: Centre Forum, 2011.
The Broken University – What is seen and what is not seen in the UK higher education sector, James Stanfield, Adam Smith Institute, 2010.
RTE Act and Private School Regulation, Pauline Dixon, Policy Review No 4, CCS, Delhi, India, 2010.
The Right to Choose: Yes Prime Minister edited by James Stanfield, Adam Smith Institute, 2007.
From Universal to Targeted Vouchers: The Relevance of The Friedmans’ Proposals for Developing Countries by Tooley J. in: Enlow, R; Ealy, L, ed. Liberty and Learning: Milton Friedman’s Voucher Idea at Fifty. Chicago: CATO Press, 2007, pp. 139-154.
Education Reclaimed by Tooley J. In:Booth, P., ed. Towards a Liberal Utopia? London:Continuum Publishing,2006, pp. 22-30.
Private Education for the Poor: Lessons for America? by Tooley J. In:Salisbury, D., Tooley, J., ed. What America Can Learn from School Choice in Other Countries.Washington DC:Cato Institute,2005, pp. 89-104.
Private Schools Serving the Poor: A study from Delih, India by Tooley J, Dixon P. New Delhi:Centre for Civil Society,2005.
Private Education is Good for the Poor – A Study of Private Schools Serving Low Income Communities in Developing Countries, Tooley, J, Dixon, P, Cato Institute, 2005.
Private education and ‘education for all’ Tooley J. Economic Affairs 2004,244 4-7.
Government Failure: E.G. West on Education by Tooley J, Stanfield J, London, UK: Institute of Economic Affairs, 2003.
Delivering Better Education: Market Solutions to Education by Tooley J, Dixon P, Stanfield J. London: Adam Smith Institute, 2003.
The global education industry by Tooley J. In: Warburton, P, ed. IEA Yearbook of Government Performance, 2002/03. London: Profile Books, 2002.
The Private Sector Serving the Educational Needs of the Poor Tooley J. In: Hepburn, C.R, ed. Can the Market Save Our Schools?. Vancouver: Fraser Institute, 2001.
Buckingham at 25: Freeing the universities from state control edited by Tooley J, London: Institute of Economic Affairs, 2001.
The Enterprise of Education: Opportunities and Challenges for India by Tooley J. New Delhi: Liberty Institute, 2001.