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2009

Balarin, M., 2009. Using theory in social research: reflections on a doctoral study. In: Daniels, H., Lauder, H. and Porter, J., eds. Knowledge, Values and Educational Policy: A Critical Perspective. London: Routledge, pp. 295-300.

2008

Balarin, M., Brammer, S., James, C. and Mccormack, M., 2008. Current issues of concern in school governance in England. In: Annual Conference of the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS Annual Conference 2008), 2008-07-04 - 2008-07-06, Birmingham, England.

Balarin, M. and Lauder, H., 2008. The governance, administration and control of primary education. Vol. 10. 2 ed. Other. The University of Cambridge.

2007

Balarin, M., Benavides, M., Rodrich, H. and Ríos, V., 2007. Estudio sobre prácticas docentes y oportunidades [Study of teaching practices and opportunities]. In: Estudio sobre oferta y demanda de educación secundaria en zonas rurales [Study on the demand and supply of secondary education in rural areas]. Lima: Grade, Ministry of Education of Peru.

Balarin, M., 2007. Going to School in Peru. In: Gvirtz, S. and Beech, J., eds. Going to School in Latin America. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Muschamp, Y., Wikeley, F., Balarin, M. and Ridge, T., 2007. Parenting, Caring and Educating. Vol. 7/1. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. (Primary Review Research Survey)

Balarin, M. and Cueto, S., 2007. The Quality of parental participation and student achievement in Peruvian government schools. Young Lives, Working Paper, 35.

2006

Balarin, M., 2006. Radical Discontinuity: a study of the role of education in the Peruvian state and of the institutions and cultures of policy making in education. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.

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