Bachelors of Arts, Mathematic, Queens College (1968)
Master of Arts, Economics, Stanford
Master of Business Administration,
Systems Analysis, Stanford University (1971)
Doctor of Philosophy, Economics
& Public Policy, Stanford University (1975)
Professor at University of Maryland (1999-present)
Professor at Florida State
Associate Professor at Florida State
Visiting Professor of Public
Administration at Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (1979-1980)
Visiting Professor of Economics of
Education at Stanford University (1976-1977)
Assistant Professor of Educational
Policy at Cornell University (1973-1976)
Lecturer in Business and Economics
at California State University (1971-1972)
Affiliations (associations, organizations, institutions)
American Economics Association
American Educational Research
Comparative and International
Klees, S. (forthcoming) Reflections on Theory, Method, and
Practice in Comparative and International Education, Presidential
Address, Comparative Education Review.
Klees, S. (forthcoming) A Quarter
Century of Neoliberal Thinking in Education: Misleading Analyses and Failed
Policies.Globalization, Societies and Education.
Klees, S. and Thapliyal, (2007,
November) N. The Right to Education: The Work of Katarina Tomasevski, Comparative
Education Review, November 2007, 51, 4, 497-510.
Klees, S. (2002) World Bank
Education Policy: New Rhetoric, Old Ideology. International Journal of
Educational Development, 22, 451-74.
Klees, S. (2001) Knowledge, Power,
and Politics: The World Bank and Education. Norrag News, 28.
Klees, S. & Rizzini, I. (Summer
2000). Child Rights and Children's Involvement in the Making of a New
Constitution in Brazil. Cultural Survival Quarterly
Klees, S. (1999, April).
Privatization and Neoliberalism: Ideology and Evidence in Rhetorical
Reforms. Current Issues in Comparative Education, 1, (2).
Klees, S. (1999) The Poverty of
Partnership without Power. Norrag News, 25.
Klees, S. (1998, November). NGOs:
Progressive Force or Neoliberal Tool?" Current Issues in Comparative
Klees, S. & Verhine, R. (1996,
January). Comprehensive Education Analysis: Workshop Reflections. UNICEF
Education News, 6(1).
Dewees, A. & Klees, S. (1995).
Social Movements and Social Change: A Transformation of Policy for Street and
Working Children in Brazil. Comparative Education Review, 39(1), 76-100.
Klees, S. (1991). The Economics of
Education: Is That All There is? Comparative Education Review, 35(4),
Easton, P. & Klees, S. (1990).
Education and the Economy: Considering Alternative
Perspectives. Prospects, 20(4), 413-28.
Klees, S. (1986). Planning and
Policy Analysis in Education: What Can Economics Tell Us? Comparative
Education Review, 30(4), 574-607.
Wells, S. & Klees, S.
(1980). The Economics of Health and Development. NY: Praeger Publications.
Jamison, D., Klees, S. & Wells,
S. (1978). The Costs of Educational Media: Guidelines for Planning and
Evaluation. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1978.
Contributed By: May Wang, Teachers College, Columbia University