His primary scientific interests are in School choice, Public administration, Charter, Competition and Academic achievement. His School choice study incorporates themes from Marketing management, Information quality, Marketing research, Marketing mix and Consumer education. His research in Public administration intersects with topics in Student achievement, Ideology and Curriculum.
His Charter study combines topics in areas such as Education reform and Alternative education. His work carried out in the field of Competition brings together such families of science as Incentive, Marketing, Economic growth and Public relations. His work deals with themes such as Organizational behavior and Public economics, which intersect with Incentive.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in School choice, Public administration, Public relations, Charter and Voucher. Christopher Lubienski combines subjects such as Economic growth, Competition, Public economics, Ideology and Incentive with his study of School choice. His work on Disadvantaged and International education as part of general Economic growth research is frequently linked to Equity, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Higher education, Education reform, Education policy, Corporate governance and Politics. His Public relations research includes elements of Social media, Educational research and Promotion. His study looks at the relationship between Charter and fields such as Academic achievement, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Christopher Lubienski mostly deals with School choice, Public administration, Economic growth, Public relations and Education policy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Incentive, Special education and Empirical research in addition to School choice. His Incentive research includes themes of Competition and Education reform.
His research integrates issues of Institution, Corporate governance, Justice and Politics in his study of Public administration. His study in the field of Disadvantaged and Poverty is also linked to topics like Equity and Globe. His studies deal with areas such as Charter, Student achievement and Phenomenon as well as Public relations.
His primary areas of investigation include Economic growth, School choice, Education policy, Public administration and Global education. His work on Poverty as part of general Economic growth study is frequently linked to Equity, bridging the gap between disciplines. His School choice research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Global city, Social system and Mass media.
His Education policy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Policy analysis, Management science, Politics and Public policy. His Public administration research incorporates elements of Agency, Corporate governance and Making-of. His research combines Charter and Incentive.
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Innovation in Education Markets: Theory and Evidence on the Impact of Competition and Choice in Charter Schools
American Educational Research Journal (2003)
The Public School Advantage: Why Public Schools Outperform Private Schools
Christopher A. Lubienski;Sarah Theule Lubienski.
School Choice and Competitive Incentives: Mapping the Distribution of Educational Opportunities across Local Education Markets
Christopher Lubienski;Charisse Gulosino;Peter Weitzel.
American Journal of Education (2009)
Public Schools in Marketized Environments: Shifting Incentives and Unintended Consequences of Competition‐Based Educational Reforms
American Journal of Education (2005)
School Sector and Academic Achievement: A Multilevel Analysis of NAEP Mathematics Data
Sarah Theule Lubienski;Christopher Lubienski.
American Educational Research Journal (2006)
Charter, Private, Public Schools and Academic Achievement: New Evidence from NAEP Mathematics Data
Christopher Lubienski;Sarah Lubienski.
Marketing Schools: Consumer Goods and Competitive Incentives for Consumer Information.
Education and Urban Society (2007)
Achievement Differences and School Type: The Role of School Climate, Teacher Certification, and Instruction
Sarah Theule Lubienski;Christopher Lubienski;Corinna Crawford Crane.
American Journal of Education (2008)
Do Quasi-markets Foster Innovation in Education?: A Comparative Perspective
Research Papers in Economics (2009)
Do Quasi-Markets Foster Innovation in Education?: A Comparative Perspective. OECD Education Working Papers, No. 25.
OECD Publishing (NJ1) (2009)
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