Philip Hallinger, Ed.D.

Professor

Research Area: Management
Specializations: Leadership, Organizational Change, School Improvement, Leadership Development, Management Education, Educational Reform, Quality in Higher Education, Problem-based Leadership Development

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Prof. Dr. Philip Hallinger is recognized internationally as an innovator in leadership development. A prolific author, trainer and consultant, he has lived in Asia for the past 25 years and works extensively with both private and public sector organizations. Philip Hallinger is an internationally recognized scholar in educational leadership and change. He is acknowledged as an innovation leader in the areas of instructional leadership, educational change, leadership development, and school improvement. He authored the Principal Instructional Leadership Rating Scale (PIMRS), the most widely used survey instrument in the world for measuring instructional leadership. He is now the TSDF Chair Professor of Leadership and Sustainable Development at College of Management Mahidol University.
    1. Shaked, H., Benoliel, P., & Hallinger, P. (2020). How national context indirectly influences instructional leadership implementation: The case of Israel. Educational Administration Quarterly, org: 0013161X20944217. Scopus Q1
    2. Hallinger, P. (2021). A meta-synthesis of bibliometric reviews of research on managing for sustainability, 1982–2019. Sustainability, 13(6), 3469.
    3. Liu, S., & Hallinger, P. (2021). Unpacking the effects of culture on school leadership and teacher learning in China. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 49(2), 214-233.doi: 1741143219896042. Scopus Q1
    4. Kulophas, D., & Hallinger, P. (2021). Leading when the mouth and heart are in unison: a case study of authentic school leadership in Thailand. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 24(2), 145-156. org/10.1080/13603124.2019.1591519 Scopus Q2
    5. Hallinger, P. (2021). Science mapping the knowledge base in educational leadership and management: A longitudinal bibliometric analysis, 1960 to 2018. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 49(1), 5-30. DOI: 1741143219859002. Scopus Q1
    6. Hallinger, P. (2020). Analyzing the intellectual structure of the knowledge base on managing for sustainability, 1982–2019: A meta‐analysis. Sustainable Development, 28(5), 1493-1506. org/10.1002/sd.2071 Scopus Q1
    7. Hallinger, P., & Hosseingholizadeh, R. (2020). Exploring instructional leadership in Iran: A mixed methods study of high-and low-performing principals. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 48(4) 595–616 doi:1741143219836684. Scopus Q1
    8. Hallinger, P. (2020). Mapping continuity and change in the intellectual structure of the knowledge base on problem-based learning, 1974-2019. British Educational Research Journal, 46(6), 1423–1444. org/10.1002/berj.3656 Scopus Q1
    9. Kulophas, D., & Hallinger, P. (2020). Does leadership make a difference? Learning centered leadership and teacher professional learning in Thailand. Journal of Educational Administration, 58(6), 605-627. Scopus Q1
    10. Hallinger, P., & Kulophas, D. (2020). The evolving knowledge base on leadership and teacher professional learning: a bibliometric analysis of the literature, 1960-2018. Professional development in education, 46(4), 521-540.
    11. Moyo, Z., Perumal, J., & Hallinger, P. (2020). Struggling to make a difference against the odds: A synthesis of qualitative research on women leading schools in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Educational Management, 34(10), 1577-1594. doi.org/10.1108/IJEM-01-2020-0015 Scopus Q1
    12. Hallinger, P. & Nguyen, T. V. (2020). Science mapping the knowledge base on education for sustainable development: A bibliometric review, 1990-2018. Sustainability, 2(5), 1947. doi.org/10.3390/su11082401 Scopus Q1
    13. Hallinger, P. (2020). Science mapping the knowledge base on educational leadership and management from the emerging regions of Asia, Africa and Latin America, 1965–2018. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 48(2), 209-230. doi.org/10.1177/1741143218822772. Scopus Q1
    14. Hallinger, P., Gumus, S., & Bellibas, M.S. (2020). Are principals’ instructional leaders yet? A science map of the knowledge base on instructional leadership, 1940-2018. Scientometrics, 122(3), 1629-1650. doi.org/10.1007/s11192-020-03360-5Scopus Q1
    15. Udomsap, A. D., & Hallinger, P. (2020). A bibliometric review of research on sustainable construction, 1994-2018. Journal of Cleaner Production, 254, doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.120073Scopus Q1
    16. Hallinger, P., Piyaman, P. & Viseshsiri, P. (2017). Assessing the effects of Learning-Centered Leadership on Teacher Professional Learning in Thailand. Teaching and Teacher Education, 67, 464-476.
    17. Hammad, W. & Hallinger, P. (2017). A systematic review of conceptual models and methods used in research on educational leadership and management in Arab societies. School Leadership & Management.
    18. Hallinger, P., Hosseingholizadeh, R., Hashemi, N. & Kouhsari, M. (2017). Do beliefs make a difference? Exploring how principal self-efficacy and instructional leadership impact teacher efficacy and commitment in Iran. Educational Management Administration & Leadership.
    19. Hallinger, P. & Hammad, W. (2017). Knowledge production on educational leadership and management in Arab societies: A systematic review of research. Educational Management Administration & Leadership.
    20. Hallinger, P. (2017). Surfacing a hidden literature: A systematic review of research on educational leadership and management in Africa. Educational Management Administration & Leadership.
    21. Hallinger, P. & Snidvongs, K. (2008). Educating Leaders: Is There Anyting To Learn From Business Management?. Education Management Administration and Leadership, 36(1), 9-31.
    1. Hallinger, P., Snidvongs, K., Shannon, R., Vathanophas, V. & Kantrabutra, S. (2007). Preparing Managers For Action: A Problem-based Approach. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

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