Caddell, M. & Yanacopulos, H. (2006). Knowing but not knowing: conflict, development and denial. Conflict, Security and Development. 6(4), 557-579. doi:10.1080/14678800601066561. ISSN 1467-8802
Drawing on case study material from Uganda and Nepal, this paper highlights the tension between what is ‘known’ and what is ‘done’ by practitioners working in the arena of con...
Caddell, M. (2006). Private schools as battlefields: contested visions of learning and livelihood in Nepal. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. 36(4), 463-479. doi:10.1080/03057920601024909. ISSN 0305-7925
Current policy and programme considerations of the role of the private sector in the promotion of schooling reform and the achievement of Education For All encompass a somewha...
Caddell, M. & Ashley, L. D. (2006). Blurring boundaries: towards a reconceptualisation of the private sector in education. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. 36(4), 411-419. doi:10.1080/03057920601024750. ISSN 0305-7925
This Special Issue of Compare stems from papers presented to the eighth United Kingdom Forum for International Education and Training (UKFIET) Oxford International Conference ...
Caddell, M. (2005). Education and change: a historical perspective on schooling, development and the Nepali nation-state. In Oesterheld, J. & Kumar, K. (Eds.). Education and Social Change in South Asia, 251-284. ISBN 978-81-250-3061-4
Caddell, M. (2004). 'Discipline makes the nation great': visioning development and the Nepali nation-state through schools. In Benei, V. (Ed.). Manufacturing citizenship: education and nationalism in Europe, South Asia and ChinaTaylor & Francis (Routledge). ISBN 9780415655545
Caddell, M. (2014, May). Supporting reflection and skills articulation: insights from third sector internships Scotland. Paper presented at Open University in Scotland Learning and Teaching Conference 2014, Scotland
Caddell, M. & King, K. J. (1997). Partnership and poverty in Britain and Sweden's new aid policies. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Centre of African Studies