Chinese students studying overseas—who, why and what: Evidence from secondary schools. Under contract with Springer; to be published in 2019.
Cheng, B. (2011). Student loans in China: Efficiency, equity and social justice. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, a division of Rowman & Littlefield Publisher.
Fan, A., & Cheng, B. (2018). Social stratification and studying overseas: Empirical evidence from middle schools in Beijing. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 27(1), 11-21.
Cheng, B. (2017). A comparative study of the liberal arts tradition and Confucian tradition in education, Asia-Pacific Education Review, 18 (4), 465-474.
Cheng, B., Fan, A., Liu, M. (2017). Trends, reasons and impacts of international student mobility: A Chinese perspective. Frontiers of Education in China, 12(3).
Feng, T. & Cheng, B. (2017). The dilemma, solutions and trends of student loans in the United States. Studies in Foreign Education, 44(4): 18-29. (In Chinese)
Feng, T. & Cheng, B. (2016). An empirical study on the effect of individual donation on financially needy students. Education and Economy, 6: 65-70. (In Chinese)
Feng, T. & Cheng, B. (2016). Public donation and government matching policy in America. Higher Education Exploration, 11: 39-45. (In Chinese)
Yang, L., Cheng, B. & Xu, Di (2015). Filial piety and traditional Chinese rural community: An alternative ethical paradigm for modern aging societies. In Roger T. Ames & Peter D. Hershock (Eds.), Value and Values: Economics and Justice in an Age of Global Interdependence. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press.
Cheng, B. (2011). The effect of the Government-Subsidized Student Loan Program on college students in China. Frontiers of Education in China. 6(2), 182-199.
Yang, P. & Cheng, B. (2013). Student financing in Chinese higher education. In Don. E. Heller and Clair Callender (Eds.), Student financing of higher education: A comparative perspective. Routledge.
Cheng, B. (2012). Memorization or discussion: Chinese students’ struggle at American academic setting. Journal of International Education and Leadership. 2(2).