Publication in English is mentioned (E); Publication in Japanese is (J).

Ashida, A. & Sekiya, T. (2014). “Changes in the Repetition and Dropout Situation in Honduran Primary Education since the Late 1980s”, Education 3-13, 1–20. doi: 10.1080/03004279.2014.991414. (E)

Aturupane, H., Dissanayake, V., Shojo, M., and Sonnadara, U. (2011) “Strengthening Science Education in Sri Lanka” South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 45. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Aturupane, H., Fielden, J., Mikhail, S., and Shojo, M. (2011) “Higher Education in the Maldives: An Evolving Seascape”, South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 36. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Aturupane, H., Gunatilake, R., Shojo, M., and Ebenezer, R. (2013) “Education, Economic Welfare and Subjective Well-Being in Afghanistan”, South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 63. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Aturupane, H., Gunatilake, R., Shojo, M., and Ebenezer, R. (2013) “Educational Attainment in Afghanistan: An Economic Analysis”, South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 62. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Aturupane, H., Kellaghan, T., and Shojo, M. (2013) “School-Based Education Improvement Initiatives: the Experience and Options for Sri Lanka”, South Asia Human development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 58. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Aturupane, H., Little, A., and Shojo, M. (2013) “Transforming Primary Education in Sri Lanka: from a ‘Subject’ of Education to a ‘Stage’ of Education”, South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 61. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Aturupane, H., Savchenko, Y., Shojo, M., and Larsen, K. (2014) “Sri Lanka: Investment in Human Capital”, South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 69. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Aturupane, H. and Shojo, M. (2012) “Expanding Access and Enhancing the Economic Benefits of Education in the Maldives”, South Asia Human development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 54. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Aturupane, H. and Shojo, M. (2012) “Enhancing the Quality of Education in the Maldives: Challenges and Prospects”, South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 51. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Aturupane, H., Shojo, M., Jayawardena, R., and Sonnadara, U. (2011) “Strengthening Mathematics Education in Sri Lanka” South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series, 43. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Gemignani, R., Shojo, M., and Wodon, Q. (2014) “What Drives the Choice of Faith-Inspired Schools by Households? Qualitative Evidence from Two African Countries,” The Review of Faith and International Affairs, 12 (2): 66-76. (E)

Nomura, S. (2014) Monitoring Educational Achievement by Postlethwaite, T.N. Paris 2004 UNESCO: International Institute for Educational Planning. Fundamentals of Educational Planning , 81. Toshindo. (Translation to J)

Nomura, S., Hong, S.Y., Nordman, C. J., Sarr, L., R.and A., and Vawda, A. (2013) “An Assessment of Skills in the Formal Sector Labor Market in Bangladesh: A Technical Report on the Enterprise-Based Skills Survey 2012.” South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series. Report No. 64. Washington, D.C.: World Bank (E)

Ogawa, K. and Sakurai, A. (2008) “New Initiatives of Japanese Universities in International Cooperation: Focused on Basic Education Support in Developing Countries” Journal of International Cooperation Studies, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 147-159. (J).

Ogawa, K. and Sakurai, A. (2008) “Japanese University and its Contribution to ODA Activities” in Ogawa, K., and Nishimura, M. (eds.) Basic Education Support in Developing Countries: International Trends and Japanese Assistance, Gakubunsha, pp. 145-159, 2008. (J)

Ogawa, K. and Wokadala, J. (2013) “An Analysis on Equity issues in Lower Secondary Education in Uganda”, Hiroshima University CICE Series, Final Report of the Phase II Research Results: (1) Gender and Equity page. pp. 111-140. (E)

Olivier, J., Shojo, M. and Wodon, Q. (2014) “Faith-Inspired Health Care Provision in Ghana: Market Share, Reach to the Poor, and Performance,” The Review of Faith and International Affairs,12 (1): 84-96. (E)

Olivier, J., Shojo, M. and Wodon, Q. (2012) “Faith-inspired Health Care Provision in Ghana: Market Share, Reach to the Poor, and Performance,” In Wodon, Q. and Olivier, J. (Eds.), The Role of Faith-inspired Health Care Provision in Sub-Saharan Africa and Public Private Partnerships: Strengthening the Evidence for Faith-inspired Health Engagement in Africa, Volume 1. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Sakurai, A. (2013) “A Preliminary Study on Disaster Education in Japan: From a Perspective of Disaster Risk Management”, Journal of International Cooperation Studies, Vol. 20, No.2-3, pp.147-169. (J)

Sakurai, A. (2012) “Education in Saudi Arabia” and “Official Development Assistance” In Encyclopedia of Comparative Education, Toshindo, pp.185- 243 (J)

Sakurai, A. and Ogawa, K.(2011) “Basic Education Support Policy in Middle East”,In Yamaguchi, S. and Mouri, K. (Eds.), International Development Learned from Case Studies,Toushindo, pp. x-x. (J)

Sakurai, A. and Ogawa, K. (2008) “International Cooperation by Japanese Universities: Focusing on Basic Education Support in Developing Countries” Journal of International Cooperation Studies, Vol. 16, No.2, pp.99-112. (E)

Sakurai, A.and Ogawa, K. (2008) “Comparative Analysis of Girls’ Education Promotion in Disadvantaged Areas:  Case of Governorate Taiz in Yemen”Journal of International Educational Cooperation, Vol.11, No.2 pp.147-160. (J)

Sakurai, A., Ogawa, K., Tokuyama, E., and Shimizu, M. (2013) “Role of International NGOs in Response and Recovery Assistance of the Great East Japan Earthquake: Case of Save the Children Japan’s Education Sector Support”. Report of Research Center for Urban Safety and Security, Vol. 17, pp.197-205. (J)

Sakurai, A. Sato, T., Murayama, Y., and Tokuyama, E.(2014) “Development of Disaster Recovery Education Program and Teaching Plan Based on Implementation of the Reconstruction Mapping in Kazuma Elementary School in Ishinomaki City”,Journal of Japanese Safety Education, Vol. 14, 1, pp. xx-xx. (J)

Sakurai, A. Sato, T., Murayama, Y., and Tokuyama, E. (2014) “Implementation of Reconstruction Mapping Program at an Elementary School in Ishinomaki City”,Journal of Japanese Safety Education, Vol. 14, 1, pp. x-x. (J)

Sakurai, A., Sato, T., Murayama, Y., and Tokuyama, E.(2013) “Disaster Education Program in a Post-Disaster Recovery Process from the Great East Japan Earthquake: A  Pilot Case of Kadzuma Elementary School in Ishinomaki City”, Report of Research Center for Urban Safety and Security, Vol. 17, pp.207-221. (J)

Shojo, M. (2011) “Universal Primary Education”, “Capacity Development”, “University of East Africa”, Encyclopedia of Comparative Education Studies, In Japan Comparative Education Society (Ed) Toshindo. (J).

Shojo, M. (2010) “What Does Parental Participation in Education Mean?: Evidence from Malawi”, Journal of Rokko. (E)

Shojo, M., Tsimpo, C., and Wodon, Q. (2012) “Satisfaction with and Reasons for Choosing faith-Inspired Health Care Provision in Ghana,” In Wodon,Q. and Olivier, J. (Eds.), The Comparative Nature of Faith-inspired Health Care Provision in Sub-Saharan Africa: Strengthening the Evidence for Faith-inspired Health Engagement in Africa, Volume 2. Washington DC: World Bank. (E)

Tanaka, N. (2012) “University Student Achievement in Egypt” In Yamanouchi, K. and Hara, K. (Eds.) A Student’s Academic Ability and Quality Assurance of Higher Education,Gakubunsha. (J)

Tonegawa, Y.(2013) Analysis of the Relationships between Local Development NGOs and the Communities in Ethiopia: The Case of the Basic Education Sub-Sector. Union Press: Japan. (J)

Tonegawa, Y. (2014) “Working for Whose Benefit? An analysis of Local Development NGOs in Relation to the Communities in Ethiopia” Southern African Review of Education. Vol. 20, No.1, pp.7-29 (E)

UNESCO Institute for Statistics (2011) Sub-Saharan Africa, Education Finance Report,Montreal: UNESCO Institute for Statistics.(Nomura. S. is a lead author/editor). (E)

UNESCO Institute for Statistics (2009) Early Impact Assessment of the Global Financial Crisis on Education Financing: Country Case Studies, Montreal: UNESCO Institute for Statistics. (Nomura. S. is a lead author/editor) (E)

Wokadala, J. (forthcoming) “School Management and its effectiveness in Lower Secondary Schools in Uganda: Examining Perceptions of the Practitioners,” Journal of Comparative Education Society.  (E)

Wokadala, J. (2014) “Examining Effects of School and Teacher Inputs on Productive Efficiency of Ugandan Primary Schools? A Stochastic Frontier Analysis”, Asian Education and Research Monograph.Vol. 12, pp.47-62(E)

World Bank (In Print, 2014) Investing in the Future: Education Expenditures and Financing in Sri Lanka. Washington DC: World Bank (Shojo, M. is one of the main authors). (E)

World Bank (2014) Student learning in South Asia: Challenges, Opportunities, and Policy Priorities Directions in Development, In Dundar, H, Beteille, T., Riboud, M., and Deolalikar, A., Human Development. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. (Nomura, S. is the author of Chapter 8) (E)

World Bank (2014) “A Study on National University and Affiliated Colleges in Bangladesh”, South Asia Human Development Sector Discussion Paper Series. Report No. 65. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. (Nomura, S. is a Contributor) (E)

World Bank (2013) Bangladesh Education Sector Review: Seeding Fertile Ground: Education That Works for Bangladesh. Report No. 80613-BD. Human Development Sector, South Asia Region. September 28, 2013. Washington, D.C. (Nomura, S. is a main author) (E)

World Bank (2013) Kingdom of Bhutan: Human Development Public Expenditure Review,SASHD. South Asia. World Bank: Washington, D.C. (Nomura, S. is a contributor) (E)

World Bank (2013) Higher Education in Afghanistan: An Emerging Mountainscape. Washington DC: World Bank (Shojo, M. is one of the main authors) (E)

World Bank (2012) Human Capital for a Modern Society: General Education in the Maldives. An Evolving Seascape, Washington DC: World Bank. (Shojo, M. is one of the main authors) (E)

World Bank (2011) Human Capital for a Knowledge Society: Higher Education in the Maldives. An Evolving Seascape, Washington DC: World Bank. (Shojo, M. is one of the main authors) (E)

World Bank (2011) Transforming School Education in Sri Lanka: From Cut Stones and Polished Jewels, Washington DC: World Bank. (Shojo, M. is one of the main authors) (E)

World Bank(2010) Republic of Yemen Education Status Report: Challenges and Opportunities, A joint publication of the IBRD and Republic of Yemen. Middle East and North Africa Region, World Bank: Washington, D.C. (Nomura S. is main author) (E)