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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

Professor, Graduate School of Education

Program Affiliations

Race, Inequality, and Language in Education (RILE)
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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