Dr. Carolina Junemann is currently an Honorary Senior Research Associate at the UCL Institute of Education. Her research interests are in education policy analysis, particularly in new forms and methods of global education policy and governance and education policy mobilities. She has published on these themes in academic journals and has contributed to major international collections. She is co-author with Stephen Ball of Networks, New Governance and Education (Policy Press, 2012) and with Stephen Ball and Diego Santori of Edu.Net: Globalisation and Education Policy Mobilities (Routledge, 2017).
Written by Dr. Carolina Junemann
Fighting the commercialisation of education
In sheep’s clothing: Philanthropy and the privatisation of the ‘democratic’ state
Dr. Carolina Junemann, Dr. Antonio Olmedo14 March 2019
This report seeks to advance our existing knowledge on the shape and new roles of philanthropic actors at different levels of the policy-making cycle in the field of education.
Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4
Pearson and PALF: The mutating giant
Dr. Carolina Junemann, Stephen Ball10 June 2015
In their latest work, renowned researchers Carolina Junemann and Stephen J. Ball present a compelling read for anyone concerned about the right of every child to a free quality public education. They reveal that there is an ever-growing concern associated with the continual rise of the commercialisation and privatisation in...