The bio below comes from a published article and may now be dated.
Pauline Dixon is Senior Lecturer in International Development and Education at Newcastle University in the North East of England. She is Research Director of the E.G. West Centre at the University and Degree Programme Director of the Masters in International Development and Education. She lectures in economics, education policy and quantitative methods. Dr. Dixon was International Research Coordinator on the John Templeton Project from 2003-2005, the Orient Global Project from 2007-2009 and is currently Research Director on research looking at education in conflict zones. She has around 40 publications, via academic journals, monographs and book chapters. She works as an advisor and external researcher with a number of companies including the English-based international charity Absolute Return for Kids (ARK) in Delhi, India, setting up an education voucher programme as well as introducing improvements in quality to both government and private schools operating in the slum of Shahdara, East Delhi, through the use of synthetic phonics. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.