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VII. REFERENCES

UNESCO/Danida case studies

Egypt: Kawsar Kouchok, Faculty of Education, Helwan University, Cairo

Guinea: Satina Yaya Par Diallo

India 1 (New Delhi): Dushyant Kaur and Sanjeev Kumar, District Institute of Education and Training, Moti Bagh

India 2 (Maharastra): Zakiya Kurrien, Centre for Learning Resources, Pune

India 3 (Orissa): D.P. Pattanayak et al., Indian Institute of Applied Language Sciences, Bhubaneswar

Jamaica: June Wallace

Kazakhstan: Committee of the Secondary and Professional Education

Samoa: Faculty of Education, National University of Samoa

Sénégal: Gaston Pierre Coly

Tanzania: Naomi Katunzi

Ahlawat, Kapur and Victor Billeh. 1997. Decentralizing national education data to support local use: the Jordanian experience. In: Chapman, David W., Lars O. Mählck, and Anna E.M. Smulders, eds. From planning to action: government initiatives for improving school-level practice. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning and Oxford: Pergamon

Altbach, Philip G., ed. 1992. Publishing and development in the Third World. London: Hans Zell Publishers

Altbach, Philip G. 1995. Publishing in the Third World: issues and trends for the twenty-first century. In: Altbach, Philip G. and Edith S. Hoshino, eds. International book publishing: an encyclopedia. New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc.

Altbach, Philip G. 1996. Perspectives on privatization in African publishing. In: Altbach, Philip G. The challenge of the market: privatization and publishing in Africa. Bellagio Studies in Publishing, 7. Chestnut Hill, MA: Bellagio Publishing Network

Amaral, Wanda do. 1998. Book box libraries: Mozambique. In: Rosenberg, Diana, ed. Getting books to school pupils in Africa. Serial No. 26. London: Department for International Development

Ambatchew, Michael Daniel . 1999. Ethiopia: prospects and possibilities. unpublished report [Anonymous]. 1998. Promoting buying and selling: ITC-APNET collaboration. African Publishing Review 7:4

[Anonymous]. 1999. World bank bidding procedures. African Publishing Review 8:1

Askerud, Pernille. 1996. Transition or collapse? A survey of the prospects for private publishing in Central Asia. In: Altbach, Philip G. The challenge of the market: privatization and publishing in Africa. Bellagio Studies in Publishing, 7. Chestnut Hill, MA: Bellagio Publishing Network

Askerud, Pernille. 1997. A guide to sustainable book provision. Paris: Unesco.

Association for the Development of Education in Africa. 1999. SPESSA 1998: a statistical profile of education in sub-Saharan Africa, 1993-1996. Paris:ADEA

Bedout, Gaston de. 1999. The texto unico policy in Colombia. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Bennett, Nicholas. 1993. How can schooling help improve the lives of the poorest? The need for radical reform. In: Levin, Henry M. and Marlaine Lockheed, eds. Effective schools in developing countries. London: The Falmer Press

Bgoya, Walter. 1997. The development and future of publishing in Africa: 12 years after Arusha I. Development Dialogue 1977:1-2

Bgoya, Walter, Nigel Billany, Marita Lujanen, Richard Noonan, Timo Paajanen, Eero Syrjänen. 1997. The economics of publishing educational materials in Africa. Perspectives on African Book Development, 2. Oxford: ADEA Working Group on Books and Learning Materials

Brickhill, P. and C. Priestley. 1993. Textbook provision and feasibility of cooperation among SADC countries. Paris: UNESCO

Brickhill, Paul. 1996. The transition from state to commercial publishing systems in African countries. In: Altbach, Philip G. The challenge of the market: privatization and publishing in Africa. Bellagio Studies in Publishing, 7. Chestnut Hill, MA: Bellagio Publishing Network

Brickhill, Paul, Catherine Odora Hoppers, and Kajsa Pehrsson. 1996. Textbooks as an agent of change: gender aspects of primary school textbooks in Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Education Division Document No. 3. Swedish International Development Authority. Harare and Stockholm: Sida

British Council. 1992. Proceedings of the conference on textbook provision and library development in Africa, Manchester, October 1991. London: The British Council

Brunswic, Etienne and Habib Hajjar. 1992. Planning textbook development for primary education in Africa: Report of an IIEP seminar, Maputo, 19-22 November 1991. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning and Swedish International development Authority

Buchan, Amanda, Carmelle Denning, Tony Read, with Denis Lacasse and Sakhevar Diop. 1991. African book sector studies: summary report. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Buchan, Amanda. 1992. Book development in the Third World: the British experience. In: Altbach, Philip G., ed. Publishing and development in the Third World. London: Hans Zell Publishers Chakava, Henry. 1997. Book marketing and distribution: the Achilles heel of African publishing. Development Dialogue 1997:1-2

Chakava, Henry. 1998. A publisher's perspective on children's books. African Publishing Review 7:6

Chapman, David W., Lars O. Mählck, and Anna E.M. Smulders, eds. 1997. From planning to action: government initiatives for improving school-level practice. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning and Oxford: Pergamon

Christensen, Lars P., Cecilia Magnusson Ljungman, John Robert Ikoja Odongo, Maira Sow, and Bodil Folke Frederiksen. 1999. Strengthening publishing in Africa: an evaluation of APNET. Sida evaluation 99/2. Stockholm: Sida

Chua, Yvonne T. 1999. Up to 65% of textbook funds goes to bribes; The chain of corruption in textbook purchases; Can DECS stop textbook scams? Manila: Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (3-part series published in Philippine Daily Inquirer, 3-5 March 1999)

Clare, William. 1993. The anglophone educational book sector in less developed countries. Report submitted to the Education and Training Division, Canadian International Development Agency. Unpublished report

Colclough, Christopher, with Keith Lewin. 1993. Educating all the children: strategies for primary schooling in the South. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Congressional Commission on Education, Philippines. 1991. Making education work: an agenda for reform. Manila: Congress of the Republic of the Philippines

Couassi-Ble, Amédée. 1999. Textbook publishing policy in Côte d'Ivoire. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Crabbe, Richard A.B. 1996. The transition to privatization in publishing: Ghana's experience. In: Altbach, Philip G. The challenge of the market: privatization and publishing in Africa. Bellagio Studies in Publishing, 7. Chestnut Hill, MA: Bellagio Publishing Network

Crabbe, Richard A.B. 1999. The transition to privatization in publishing: Ghana's experience. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Davies, Wendy. 1997. The future of indigenous publishing in Africa: a seminar report. Development Dialogue 1997:1-2

Diallo, Yaya Satina. 1999. Etude sur la disponsibilité et l'utilisation des materiels d'éducation dans neuf écoles éleméntaires de Guinée. Unpublished report

EFA Forum Secretariat. 1996a. Executive summary of the survey on the performance of multilateral and bilateral agencies in basic education 1990-1995. Paris: UNESCO. (available on the World Wide Web)

EFA Forum Secretariat. 1996b. Executive summary of the working document prepared for the Mid-Decade Meeting on Education for All. Paris: UNESCO. (available on the World Wide Web)

EFA Forum Secretariat. 1996c. Synthesis of the UNESCO-UNICEF pilot survey of schooling conditions in the least-developed countries. Paris: UNESCO (available on the World Wide Web)

Eisemon, T.O. et al. 1993. Providing quality education when resources are scarce: strategies for increasing primary school effectiveness in Burundi. In: Levin, Henry M. and Marlaine Lockheed, eds. Effective schools in developing countries. London: The Falmer Press

Fasemore, Akin. 1998. Training for African publishers. African Publishing Review 7:3

Faye, Djibril. 1998. Books and children: the 1998 Indaba at the Zimbabwe International Book Fair. Bellagio Publishing Network Newsletter 23

Garzón, Alvaro. 1997. National book policy: a guide for users in the field. Paris: UNESCO

Gedin, Per I. 1991. Private enterprise publishing in Africa: why and how it should be fostered. LOGOS 2:3

Horwitz-Gray, Eve. 1999. Dateline Cape Town. LOGOS 10:2

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Johnstone, Ian. 1999. Supporting national publishers: Macmillan's experience. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

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Jung, Ingrid. 1999. Toward literate societies: publishing in local languages. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Katama, Agnes. 1997. Book development in Uganda. Bellagio Publishing Network Newsletter 20

Kaufman, Peter B. 1993.Reconnecting the book communities of East and West: a post-communist initiative. LOGOS 4:2

Kisubi, Mohammad M. 1999. Involving civil society in the fight against corruption. In: Stapenhurst, Rick and Sahr J. Kpundeh. Curbing corruption: toward a model for building national integrity. EDI Development Studies. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Konate, Hamidou. 1999. A publishing partnership between France and francophone Africa. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Langseth, Peter, Rick Stapenhurst, and Jeremy Pope. 1999. National integrity systems. In: Stapenhurst, Rick and Sahr J. Kpundeh, eds. Curbing corruption: toward a model for building national integrity. EDI Development Studies. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Lee, Yongsook. 1997. Bottom-up and top-down strategies for improving classroom instruction, case studies from Korea. In: Chapman, David W., Lars O. Mählck, and Anna E.M. Smulders, eds. From planning to action: government initiatives for improving school-level practice. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning and Oxford: Pergamon

Lema, Elieshi. 1997. Building a book industry: start with the children. LOGOS 8:2

Ling, Margaret. 1999. ZIBF99 participants pleased with results. Information release from the Zimbabwe International Book Fair, 23 August 1999.

Lizarzaburu, Alfonso E. 1995. Latin America: main policy issues for discussion on Education for All. EFA mid-decade review of progress towards Education for All. UNESCO: Paris (available on the World Wide Web)

Lockheed, Marlaine E. and Adriaan M. Verspoor, with others. 1991. Improving Primary Education in Developing Countries. Oxford: Oxford University Press, for the World Bank

Lockheed, Marlaine E. 1993. The condition of primary education in developing countries. In: Levin, Henry M. and Marlaine Lockheed, eds. Effective schools in developing countries. London: The Falmer Press

Lockheed, Marlaine and Henry M. Levin. 1993. Creating effective schools. In: Levin, Henry M. and Marlaine Lockheed, eds. Effective schools in developing countries. London: The Falmer Press

Lopéz, Luis Henrique. 1999. Textbook procurement in Bolivia. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Loric, Laurent. 1999a. A global partnership experience: EDICEF in Cameroon. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Loric, Laurent. 1999b. Donor support for book imports. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Loric, Laurent. 1999c. Long-term book provision in Côte d'Ivoire. In: Sosale, Shobhana, ed. Educational publishing in global perspective: capacity building and trends. Washington, D.C.: World Bank

Magaloni, Ana Maria. 1993. The Mexican library revolution: taking books to the people. LOGOS 4:2 Makotsi, Ruth. 1998. Book trade in Africa: potential and problems. African Publishing Review 7:4

McGregor, Charles. 1994. Textbooks and the world's poor. LOGOS 5:2

Miguel, Marcelina M. and Eligio B. Barsaga. 1997. Multi-grade schooling in the Philippines, a strategy for improving access to and quality of primary education. In: Chapman, David W., Lars O. Mählck, and Anna E.M. Smulders, eds. 1997. From planning to action: government initiatives for improving school-level practice. Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning and Oxford: Pergamon

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Mkapa, Benjamin William. 1997. The cultural context of publishing in Africa. Development Dialogue 1997:1-2

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