Associate researcher of Institute of Higher Education
Comparative Education, International Higher Education, Internationalization of China’s Higher Education, Higher Education Policy, Academic Talents and Academic Profession, Teacher Education.
1.Mei Li and Rui Yang (2014), “Governance Reforms in Higher Education: A Study of China”, Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning, UNESCO.
2.Li, Mei & Yang, Rui（2013）, Interrogating institutionalized establishments: Urban-rural inequalities in China’s higher education, Asia Pacific Education Review. 14(3): 315-323
3..Li, Mei & Yang, Rui（2013），Governance reforms in higher education: A study of institutional autonomy in China. In N.V. Varghese & Michaela Martin (eds.), Governance Reforms in Higher Education in Asia.(pp 69-85) Paris: International Institute for Educational Planning, UNESCO.
4.Chen, Qiongqiong& Li, Mei（2013），Globalization and transnational academic mobility: A case study on Chinese academic returnees. In Terri Seddon, Jenny Ozga & John Levin (eds.). World Yearbook of Education 2013: Educators, professionalism and politics: Global transitions, national spaces, and professional projects. Routledge.
5.Li, Mei & Chen, Qiongqiong (2011), Globalization, Internationalization and World-class Movement: the Chinese Experience, In R. King, S. Marginson and R. Naidoo (eds.) A Handbook on Globalization and Higher Education, Edward Elgar.
6.Li, Mei (2010) , From teacher-education university to comprehensive university: case studies of East China Normal University, Southwest University and Yanbian University, Southwest University and Yanbian University. Frontiers of Education in China, 5(4)
7.Li, Mei & Zhang Yongjun (2010), Two-Way Flows of Higher Education Students in Mainland China in a Global Market: Trends, Characteristics and Problems. In S. Marginson, S. Kaur & E. Sawir (eds.) Higher education in the Asia-Pacific: Strategic Responses to Globalization. Springer.
8.Li, Mei (2010), Border Crossing and Market Integration in Higher Education: Mainland Consumers Meet Hong Kong Suppliers. In David W. Chapman, William K. Cummings and Gerard A. Postiglione (eds.), Crossing Borders in East Asian Higher Education. Comparative Education Research Centre, the University of Hong Kong and Springer. pp 319-342.
9.Li, Mei and Bray, Mark (2007). Cross-border flows of students for higher education: Push-pull factors and motivations of mainland Chinese students in Hong Kong and Macau, Higher Education. 53(6), pp.791-818.
10.Li, Mei (2007). Mainland Chinese Students in Hong Kong and Macau. International Higher Education, Issue 46, pp. 15-17.
11.Li, Mei and Bray, Mark (2006),，Social class and cross-border higher education, Journal of International Migration and Integration.7 (4), pp. 407-424.