Development Redefined: How the Market Met Its Match, with John Cavanagh (Boulder: Paradigm Publishers, 2009).
Alternatives to Economic Globalization: A Better World Is Possible, authored by a 19-person drafting committee led by John Cavanagh & Jerry Mander (San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler, first edition, 2002; updated & expanded 2nd edition by 21-person drafting committee, 2004).
Global Backlash: Citizen Initiatives for a Just World Economy, editor/author, New Millennium Books in International Studies (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002).
Links to Introduction and Part II.
Plundering Paradise: The Struggle for the Environment in the Philippines, with John Cavanagh (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993; Manila: Anvil Publishing, 1993; first paperback printing by University of California Press, 1994). Link to Chapters 1 & 2.
The Philippine Challenge: Sustainable and Equitable Development in the 1990s, with John Cavanagh (Manila: Philippine Center for Policy Studies, School of Economics, University of the Philippines, 1991).
Unequal Alliance: The World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the Philippines, Studies in International Political Economy series (Stephen Krasner, series editor), (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988; Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1988; first paperback printing by University of California Press, 1990).
"Communication for Discussion with the FAO Concerning The State Of Food Insecurity In The World 2012", with Thomas Pogge, Jennifer Clapp, Molly Anderson, Thomas Forster, Harriet Friedmann, Dominique Caouette, Timothy Wise, Susan Holcombe, Ellen Messer, Christina Schiavoni, Richard Lockwood, Frances Moore Lappé, Danielle Nierenberg, Wayne Roberts, Sophia Murphy, and David Andrews, 2013.
"The Corporate Accountability Movement: Lessons and Opportunities," with John Cavanagh, Monograph for the Project on International Financial Flows and the Environment, World Wildlife Fund, the World Resources Institute, and C.S. Mott, Washington, D.C., July 30, 1997. Version Available as World Resources Institute Discussion Paper at World Resources Institute Online (2003).
“A Road-Map of the Washington Consensus ‘Break-Aways’: The Shifting Debate Over Development in Theory & Practice,” Report for the Ford Foundation, New York, New York, May 31, 2003.
“International Actors and Philippine Authoritarianism.” IFDA Dossier no. 19, September/October 1980. Reprinted as: International Actors and Philippine Authoritarianism. Manila: Nationalist Resource Center, 1981.
"How We Count Hunger Matters," with Moore Lappe, F.; Clapp, M.; Anderson, J.; Messer, M.; Pogge, E.T.; and Wise, T. Ethics & International Affairs, 27, no. 3 (Fall 2013). As of July 2013, available as open-access “First View.”
"Gold for Export? …or Water & Food for Life? The Case of Gold Mining in El Salvador," 1 of 36 papers (accepted out of 120 submissions) for Yale University Conference entitled Food Sovereignty: A Critical Dialogue, Conference organized by Yale professor James C. Scott, in collaboration with the Institute for Social Studies. (September 14, 2013).
"It's the New Economy, Stupid," with John Cavanagh, The Nation 295, no. 25. (17 December 2012).
"The Development and Agriculture Paradigms Transformed: Reflections from the Small-Scale Organic Rice Fields of the Philippines," with John Cavanagh, Journal of Peasant Studies, 39, no. 5, pp. 1181-1193 (30 October 2012).
"Can Danilo Atilano Feed the World?" with John Cavanagh, Earth Island Journal, 26, no.4 (Winter 2011-12).
"The Corporate Accountability Movement," with John Cavanagh, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 23 (Fall 1999). Condensed as: “The Corporate Accountability Movement: Lessons and Opportunities,” in Neva Goodwin et al., eds., Sustainable Human and Economic Development, Volume 6 of Frontier Issues in Economic Thought series, (San Francisco: Island Press, 2000).
"Footloose Financial Flows in the 1990s: Where, What, Why & How to Tame Them?"International Studies Review (Spring 1999). [Review of two books.]
"Whither the North-South Gap?" with Christina Landi, Third World Quarterly 17 (1996). Reprinted in: Robert J. Griffiths, ed., Annual Editions: Developing World 98/99 (Guilford, Connecticut: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 1998, eighth edition).
"Don't Neglect the Impoverished South," with John Cavanagh, Foreign Policy 101 (Winter 1995-96). Reprinted in: Eugene R. Wittkopf and Christopher M. Jones, eds., The Future of American Foreign Policy (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999, 3rd edition), chapter 21. Reprinted in: Robert J. Griffiths, ed., Annual Editions: Developing World 98/99 (Guilford, Connecticut: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 1998, eighth edition). Reprinted in: Papeles: Cuestiones Internacionales De Paz, Ecologia Y Desarrollo [Madrid, Spain], n.59/60 (1996/97), pp.115-129.
"Development: The Market is Not Enough," with John Cavanagh and Walden Bello, Foreign Policy 81 (Winter 1990-91). Updated and excerpted for: Paula Rothenberg, ed., Thinking Critically About Global Issues (New York: Worth Publishers, 2006). Reprinted in: Jeffry Frieden and David Lake, eds., International Political Economy: Perspectives on Global Power and Wealth (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2000, 4th ed.). Reprinted in: Jeffry Frieden and David Lake, eds., International Political Economy: Perspectives on Global Power and Wealth--The Global Agenda (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995, 3rd edition). Reprinted in: Knickrehm, ed., Towards the 21st Century (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1993). Reprinted in: Jeffrey Elliot, ed., International Relations: The Annual Update 92/93 (William C. Brown, 1991). Reprinted in: Beyond Bretton Woods: Alternatives to the Global Economic Order (London and Boulder: Pluto Press, 1994). Reprinted in: Foreign Policy's "International Economics" anthology for college courses.
"No More NICs," with John Cavanagh, Foreign Policy 72 (Fall 1988). Externally refereed for and reprinted in: Gerald Epstein, Julie Graham, and Jessica Nembhard, eds., Creating a New World Economy (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993). Reprinted in: Charles W. Kegley, Jr., and Eugene R. Wittkopf, eds., The Global Agenda: Issues and Perspectives (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1992 third edition and 1995 fourth edition). Reprinted in: Jeffry Frieden and David Lake, International Political Economy: Perspectives on Global Power and Wealth (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991). Condensed as: "No More NICs," with John Cavanagh, Far Eastern Economic Review (February 9, 1989).
“Not Another Iran,” with John Cavanagh, Economic and Political Weekly 18, no. 43 (1983).
“20 Years of Intervention: The IMF in the Philippines,” with Walden Bello, AMPO: Japan Asia Quarterly Review 14, no. 3 (1982).
“New Directions at World Bank: Philippines as Guinea Pig,”Economic and Political Weekly 16, no. 47 (1981).
“Before Seattle: the Historical Roots of the Current Movement against Corporate-Led Globalization,” with Zahara Heckscher. In Global Activism Reader, ed. Luc Reydams. New York: Continuum, 2011.
“‘Knowledge Management’: A Case Study of the World Bank’s Research Department.” In Deconstructing Development Discourse: Buzzwords and Fuzzwords, ed. Andrea Cornwall and Deborah Eade. Warwickshire, U.K.: Practical Action Publishing, 2010.
“The Washington Consensus Meets the Global Backlash: Shifting Debates and Policies.” In Globalization and Culture, ed. Paul James and John Tulloch. London: Sage Publications, 2010.
“Just Livelihoods,” with Sarah Anderson and John Cavanagh. In Just Security: An Alternative Foreign Policy Framework, ed. John Feffer. Washington, D.C.: Foreign Policy in Focus/Institute for Policy Studies, 2007.
“Proposal on the World Bank.” In How to Regulate and Control Neo-Liberal Globalization, ed. Yoko Kitazawa. Tokyo and Paris: Pacific Asia Resource Center and Foundation Charles Leopold Mayer for the Progress of Humanity, 2007. Papers and Proceedings for Workshops on International Regulations held from 2003-2006.
“Anti-Globalization Movement.” In Encyclopedia of Globalization, ed. Roland Robertson and Jan Aart Scholte. New York: Routledge, 2006.
“Washington Consensus,” co-authored with John Cavanagh, in Encyclopedia of Globalization, ed. Roland Robertson and Jan Aart Scholte. New York: Routledge, 2006.
“A Better Mousetrap,” in Can We Put An End to Sweatshops?, eds. Joshua Cohen and Joel Rogers (Boston: Beacon Press, 2001).
“Global Backlash: Citizen Initiatives to Counter Corporate-Led Globalization,” with John Cavanagh, in Principled World Politics: The Challenge of Normative International Relations, eds. Paul Wapner and Lester Ruiz (Lanham, MD.: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000).
“The Death of the Washington Consensus?” with John Cavanagh, in Global Finance: New Thinking on Regulating Speculative Capital Markets, eds. Walden Bello, Nicola Bullard, and Kamal Malhota (London: Zed Books with distribution by St. Martin’s, 2000).
"Forging a New Global Deal," with John Cavanagh and Peter Weiss, in State of the Union 1994: The Clinton Administration and the Nation in Profile, eds. Richard Caplan and John Feffer (Boulder: Westview Press, 1994).
"Sustainable Development in the 1990s," with John Cavanagh and Walden Bello, in Paradigms Lost: The Post Cold War Era, eds. Chester Hartman and Pedro Vilanova (London: Pluto Press, 1992).
"The Global Debt Crisis: An Endless Cycle of Poverty, Violence and Misery," co-author John Cavanagh in Debt Reader, ed. Freedom from Debt Coalition (Manila: Freedom from Debt Coalition, 1991). Reprinted as: "Global Debt Crisis Brings Poverty, Violence," Asian Exchange (of the Hong Kong-based Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives) 7, n.3/4 (March 1992).
"Export-Oriented Industrialization: The Short-Lived Illusion," "Structural and Other Adjustments," and "Technocrats versus Cronies," with Walden Bello and David O'Connor, chapters 5, 6, & 7 in Development Debacle: The World Bank in the Philippines, ed. Walden Bello (San Francisco: Institute for Food and Development Policy, 1982).
“Food Protests and Food Democracy,” with John Cavanagh, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 12 April 2011.
“Why Billions Eat Unhealthy Rice – And Shouldn’t,” with John Cavanagh, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 9 March 2011.
“A ‘Letter’ from Rice Farmers,” with John Cavanagh, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 17 November 2010.
“Protest to Power in the Philippines,” with John Cavanagh, The Nation, 6 December 2010.
“Yes, There are Alternatives,” with John Cavanagh, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 4 November 2010.
“A Shifting Orthodoxy on Rice,” with John Cavanagh, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 25 October 2010.
“Here’s Why Filipinos Should Be Worried,” with John Cavanagh, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 13 October 2010.
“Crisis as Opportunity,” with John Cavanagh, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 27 September 2010.
“No Consensus on the Washington Consensus: Point-Counterpoint,” with John Cavanagh debating Daniel Artana, Latin Trade 17, no. 4 (July-August 2009).
“London Economic Summit: Born of Good Intentions, but Ends in Disastrous Results,” with John Cavanagh, AlterNet, 3 April 2009.
“Swear off ‘Market Fundamentalism,’” with John Cavanagh, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 14 November 2008. Reprinted in: commondreams.org, 14 November 2008.
“World Bank Should Not Be Solving Food Crisis,” with John Cavanagh, Op-Ed for Progressive Media Project, 12 October 2008. Printed in: The Modesto Bee, 13 October 2008. Printed as: “Keep the World Bank out of the Global Food Crisis,” Pittsburgh Sunday Tribune Review and Sunday Tribune Review [Greensburg, PA.], 19 October 2008. Printed as: “Time to Say No,” La Porte County Herald-Argus [IN.], 14 October 2008. Printed as: “World Bank Should Not be Solving Crisis,” Leader [Corning, N.Y.], 14 October 2008. Also printed (under different titles) in other U.S. newspapers.
“How Badly Can the ‘Experts’ Ruin the Planet?” with John Cavanagh, AlterNet, 10 October 2008.
“Backlash to Globalization: Robin Broad Explains Her Book, Maryknoll 97, n.9 (November 2003).
“A Turning Point for World Trade,” with John Cavanagh, The Baltimore Sun, September 18, 2003. Reprinted (under different titles) in West Hawaii Today, Chronicle [Willimantic, CT.] and other newspapers.
“The Real Nanny Diaries,” review of Global Woman: Nannies, Maids, and Sex Workers in the New Economy by Barbara Ehrenreich & Arlie Russell Hochschild, in YES! A Journal of Positive Futures, n.26 (summer 2003).
“Conversations on Sustainability: Globalization and America Under Bush,”Conversations on Sustainability Series Working Paper #3, Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement (PRRM), Quezon City, Philippines, August 2003. Series proceedings/working paper. 24 pages.
“A Step Up for Workers?: A Better Mousetrap,”Boston Review [based at MIT] 26, n.1 (January-February 2001). Subsequently reprinted as chapter in Beacon Press book.
"What's Next for the Global Economy?" with John Cavanagh, YES: A Journal of Positive Futures, n.8 (Winter 1998/99), pp.6-7.
"The Financial Crisis: Deja Vu All Over Again,"Focus on the Global South, n.30 (October 1998).
"Bold New Measures Need to Revive Global Economy," with John Cavanagh, Knight-Ridder News Service, October 6, 1998.
Reprinted in Supplemental Report by Economic and Globalization Task Force of World Federalist Association, December 1998.
“Case Study: The Philippines – IMF Conditions Devastate the Environment and Workers,”Friends of the Earth, September 1998.
"Global Reach: Workers Fight the Multinationals," with John Cavanagh, The Nation, (March 18, 1996). Reprinted in: Kevin Danaher, ed., Corporations Are Gonna Get Your Mama: Globalization and the Downsizing of the American Dream (Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Press, 1996).
I author an academic, economics-oriented blog for Triple Crisis, a joint project of the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Tufts University's Global Development and Environment Institute; and the Economic Research Foundation (New Delhi).
I coauthor a professional blog entitled Finding Rootedness, with John Cavanagh, for YES! Magazine. Topics relate to fieldwork in – and analyses of – spaces where people are finding ways to counter economic, social, and environmental “vulnerability” and are creating more secure paths of living based on a concept I coined called "rootedness.” The individual blogs have been widely reprinted, re-posted, and circulated on the internet on such websites as Common Dreams and Progressive Radio Network. Several have been translated into Dutch.