His main research concerns Globalization, Economic growth, Education policy, Cohesion and Lifelong learning. His studies in Globalization integrate themes in fields like Development economics, Nation state and East Asia. His Education policy study typically links adjacent topics like Comparative education.
His study in Comparative education is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Political economy, Social capital and Public administration. His Public administration study combines topics in areas such as National education, State, Statism and English education. His work carried out in the field of Lifelong learning brings together such families of science as Employability, Prosperity, Public debate and Economic globalization.
Andy Green spends much of his time researching Economic growth, Cohesion, Pedagogy, Globalization and Inequality. His studies examine the connections between Economic growth and genetics, as well as such issues in State, with regards to National identity and Educational development. His work deals with themes such as Development economics, Nation state, Education policy and Political economy, which intersect with Globalization.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Developmental state and East Asia in addition to Development economics. His study looks at the relationship between Inequality and topics such as Demographic economics, which overlap with Numeracy and Literacy. His Social science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both National education, Comparative education and State formation.
Andy Green mainly focuses on Labour economics, Inequality, Economic growth, Census and Numeracy. His Inequality research includes themes of Training, Secondary level, Development economics and Difference in differences. Many of his research projects under Economic growth are closely connected to Power with Power, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Andy Green has included themes like Descriptive statistics, Trend analysis and East Asia in his Comparative education study. His Numeracy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vocational education and Demographic economics. His studies deal with areas such as Wage, Higher education, Life course approach and Welfare as well as Demographic economics.
His primary areas of study are Economic growth, Demographic economics, Inequality, Numeracy and Comparative education. His Economic growth study frequently links to other fields, such as Panel data. His Demographic economics study incorporates themes from Life course approach, Welfare and East Asia.
His Inequality study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Longitudinal study, Citizenship education, Young adult, Gender studies and Civic engagement. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Numeracy, focusing on Vocational education and, on occasion, Mathematics education, Life skills, Skills management and Curriculum. His study in Comparative education is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Descriptive statistics and Trend analysis.
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Education, Globalization and the Nation State
Education, Equality and Social Cohesion : A Comparative Analysis
Andy Green;John Preston;Jan Germen Janmaat.
High Skills: Globalization, Competitiveness, and Skill Formation
Phillip Brown;Andy Green;Hugh Lauder.
Education and State Formation: The Rise of Education Systems in England, France and the USA
Convergence and divergence in European education and training systems
Andy Green;Tom Leney;Alison Wolf.
Education and globalization in Europe and East Asia: convergent and divergent trends
Journal of Education Policy (1999)
Postmodernism and State Education
Journal of Education Policy (1994)
Education and State Formation
Education, Equality and Social Cohesion
Andy Green;John Preston;Jan Germen Janmaat.
The Many Faces of Lifelong Learning: Recent Education Policy Trends in Europe
Journal of Education Policy (2002)
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