Miri Yemini works in the field of comparative education, with interests in the internationalisation of education in schools and higher education, global citizenship education, and education in conflict-ridden societies.
Prof. Miri Yemini
Miri Yemini and Claire Maxwell. 2021. Alternative modes of family travel: Parental ‘exit’ strategies for global citizenship education. Globalisation, Societies and Education. 1-20.
May Amiel, Miri Yemini and Nina Kolleck. 2021. Questioning the rhetoric: A critical analysis of intergovernmental organisations’ entrepreneurship education policy. European Education Research Journal. 1-20.
Annette Bamberger and Miri Yemini. 2021. Internationalisation, teacher education and institutional identities: a comparative analysis. Teachers and Teaching. 1-20.
Miri Yemini. 2021. Rethinking the sacred truths of Global Citizenship Education: A theoretical exploration. Prospects. 1-20.
Daniella Foux, Miri Yemini and Nina Kolleck. 2021. Post-secularism muting controversy: School-NGO interactions in Israel through the prism of stakeholder salience theory. Globalisation, Societies and Education. 1-20.
Inbar Gotlib Rivkin and Miri Yemini. 2022. Standards-based vs. self-improvement excellence in Israeli education. Compare. 1-20.
Hila Hagage Beykovich and Miri Yemini. 2022. Parental engagement in international schools – mobility, privilege and class. Educational Review. 1-20.
Itamar Rosenfeld, Dan Mamlok and Miri Yemini. 2022. Agency and professional identity among migrant teachers: How does the experience of teaching abroad shape teachers’ professional identity? Teachers and Teaching. 1-20.
Maria Leybenson, Mary Gutman and Miri Yemini. 2022. Parental Logic amongst Russian-Speaking Two-Step Migrants. Journal of Family Studies. 1-20.
Hadas Flesh, Moosung Lee and Miri Yemini. 2022. Between the flag and the globe: the national identity of Israeli students at United World Colleges and at local Israeli schools. Educational Review. 74(1), 25-38.
Sharon Shani and Miri Yemini. 2022. Is educational entrepreneurship context-dependent? Insights from directors of Israeli local education authorities. Leadership, Policy and Schools. 1-20.