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Lijing Yang

Assistant Professor
Counseling and Higher Education
McCracken Hall 305C
yangl@ohio.edu
740.597.1930

Dr. Lijing Yangis an assistant professor of higher education at Ohio University. She holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education from the University of Michigan and completed postdoctoral training from the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia. She teaches graduate courses including higher education finance and budgeting as well as comparative and international higher education. Her current research focuses on higher education policy, economics of education, education finance, and comparative and international higher education.

Recent Publications:

Webber, K. & Yang, L. (2014). Changes in US- and foreign-born faculty: Evidence from the National Survey of Postsecondary Faculty 1993 and 2004, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. (In press)

Yang, L. & McCall, B. P. (2013). World education finance policies and higher education access: A statistical analysis of world development indicators for eighty-six countries. International Journal of Educational Development. (In press)

Yang, L.& St. John, E. P. (2013). Reframing the discourse of access: Three perspectives in viewing access in comparative higher education literature. In E.P. St. John, J. Kim and L. Yang. (Eds.), Privatization and Inequality: Comparative Studies of College Access, Education Policy, and Public Finance, With Cases on China, South Korea, and the United States, The State of California. New York: AMS Press Inc. (In press)

Kim, J., Yang, L., & St. John, E. P. (2013). Economic development and college access: A comparative study of OECD nations. In E.P. St. John, J. Kim and L. Yang. (Eds.), Privatization and Inequality: Comparative Studies of College Access, Education Policy, and Public Finance, With Cases on China, South Korea, and the United States, The State of California. New York: AMS Press Inc. (In press)

St. John, E. P., Kim, J. & Yang, L. (2013). Introduction. In E.P. St. John, J. Kim and L. Yang. (Eds.), Privatization and Inequality: Comparative Studies of College Access, Education Policy, and Public Finance, With Cases on China, South Korea, and the United States, The State of California. New York: AMS Press Inc. (In press)

St. John, E., Kim, J., & Yang, L. (Eds.) (2013). Privatization and Inequality: Comparative Studied of College Access, Education Policy, and Public Finance, With Cases on China, South Korea, and the United States, The State of California. New York: AMS Press Inc. (In press)

Yang, L., (2011). The disappearing role of education finance policies in higher education access—Panel data analysis of twenty-one Asia-Pacific countries in a global setting. In S. Marginson, S. Kaur and E. Sawir (Eds.), Higher education in the Asia-Pacific: Strategic responses to globalization.Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer.

Yang, L., St. John, E. P., Kim, J., & Zheng, H. (2007). Financial aid policy and higher education access: a statistical analysis of international indicators. In the University of Houston Institute for Higher Education Law and Governance (IHELG) Monograph Series.

Ross, H. A., Lou, J., Yang, L., Rybakova, O., & Wakhungu, P. (2005). Where and Who Are the World's Illiterates: China Country Studies, Education For All, 2006 Global Monitoring Report, UNESCO

 


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