Refereed Journal Articles
Mundy, K. & F. Menashy (in press). The World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, and private sector participation in basic education: Examining the Education Sector Strategy 2020. In A. Wiseman & C. Collins (Eds.) Education Strategy in the Developing World: A Conversation about the World Bank’s Education Policy Development and Revision. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing.
Mundy, K. & F. Menashy (in press). The role of the International Finance Corporation in the promotion of public private partnerships for educational development. In S. Robertson, K. Mundy, A. Verger & F. Menashy (Eds.) Public Private Partnerships in Education: New Actors and Modes of Governance in a Globalising World. London: Edward Elgar.
Mundy, K. and M. Madden. (2009) “UNESCO and Higher Education.” A. Almanado & R. M. Basset, International Organizations and Higher Education Policy: Thinking Globally and Acting Locally? International Studies in Higher Education Series. New York: Taylor and Francis. Pp. 46-63.
Mundy, K., (with M. Ghali). (2009). “International and Transnational Policy Actors in Education: A Review of the Research.” In D. Plank, G. Sykes and B. Schneider, Eds., Handbook on Educational Policy Research. The American Education Research Association & Routledge Press, pp. 717-734.
Mundy, K. & Kendall, N. (2002). International Development Projects. Encyclopedia of Education. Farmington Hill, MI: Macmillan.
Book Reviews and Review Symposia
Selected Technical Reports and Evaluations
Mundy, K. (2010). Appraisal of the Hewlett-Gates Foundation Support for Advocacy for Quality Basic Education in Developing Countries. Flora and William Hewlett Foundation, Palo Alto California. (42 pages).
Mundy, K. and Haggerty, M. (2010, September). The Global Campaign for Education, January 2008 to February 2010: A Review. Palo Alto CA: Hewlett Foundation. (97 pages).
Mundy, K. & Murphy, L. (2002, September). New Roles of INGOs in the Education for All Movement. Assessment for the Unesco High Level Working Group on Basic Education. Paris: Unesco.