▪ Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (2016). Merit matters: Student perceptions of faculty quality and reward. International Journal of Educational Development. 47, 1-19.
▪ Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (2014). Acting and reacting: Youth’s behavior in corrupt educational settings. Peabody Journal of Education, Taylor & Francis, 89, 1-15.
▪ Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (2013). Befriending Bosnia’s diaspora and EU-nionizing higher education: Limitations and possibilities. European Education: Issues and Studies, Lead Article in M. E. Sharpe, 45/2, 6-27.
▪ Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (2009). Internationalization in the education system of a weak state: Examining multiple identities of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s higher education, Special Issue on “Interculturality and Higher Education”, Intercultural Education, 20/5, Taylor & Francis, October 2009: 419-428.
Work in Progress
▪ Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (Article Under Review). Favor reciprocation theory in education: New corruption typology.
▪ Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (Forthcoming Article). Costs of educational inputs and unintentional consequences for equity and access to education.
▪ Popov, N. & Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (2013). William Russell on schools in Bulgaria. In Education in one world: Perspectives from different nations. BCES Conference Books, Volume 11, 29-34.
▪ Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (2013). School uniform cost reduction in Mongolia: Standardization, simplification and supply policy. Asian Development Bank and Mongolian Ministry of Education Culture and Sports. Select Papers (in English and Mongolian).
▪ Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (2011). Powerful friends: Educational corruption and elite creation in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina, a research brief published and funded by the International Research and Exchange Board.
▪ Moratti, M. and Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (2009). Missing link between DDR and transitional justice: The case of Bosnia and Herzegovina, NYC: International Center for Transitional Justice – Research Unit.
▪ Alexander, J., DePiazza, J., Flory, A., Mosseley, A., Reza, R., and Sabic-El-Rayess, A. (2004). From barracks to business: An evaluation of IOM’s Transitional Assistance Program to Former Soldiers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, an empirical study supported by Columbia University, Harriman Institute, and International Organization for Migration.
▪ Alexander, Jessica & Amra Sabic-El-Rayess; “Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration Evolution: Learning from the Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina” in Fitz-Gerald, Ann M. & Mason, Hilary (eds.); “From Conflict to Community: A Combatants Return to Citizenship”, Shrivenham, Cranfield University, Global Facilitation Network for Security Sector Reform (GFN-SSR), United Kingdom, 2005.