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Martin Carnoy

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Martin Carnoy

Professor

carnoy@stanford.edu

Assistant: Elayne Weissler-Martello

Biography

Dr. Carnoy is a labor economist with a special interest in the political economy of the educational system. He specializes in comparative analysis.

Other Titles

Vida Jacks Professor of Education

Program Affiliations

SHIPS (PhD): Economics of Education
SHIPS (PhD): Educational Policy
SHIPS (PhD): Organization Studies
SHIPS (PhD): International Comparative Education
(MA) ICE/IEPA
(MA) POLS
(MA) MA/MBA

Research Interests

International and Comparative Education | School Choice | School Reform

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Recent Publications

Rosa, L., Martins, M., & Carnoy, M. (2019). Achievement gains from reconfiguring early schooling: The case of Brazil's primary education reform. ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION REVIEW, 68, 1–12.

Morsy, L., Khavenson, T., & Carnoy, M. (2018). How international tests fail to inform policy: The unsolved mystery of Australia's steady decline in PISA scores. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, 60, 60–79.

Carnoy, M. (2017). GLOBAL: DOES HIGHER EDUCATION EXPANSION EQUALIZE INCOME DISTRIBUTION? UNDERSTANDING GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION: INSIGHTS FROM KEY GLOBAL PUBLICATIONS, 37, 13–15.

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