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Faculty Publications

Dr. Eve Bratman:

Bratman, E. “Passive Revolution in the Green Economy: Activism and the Belo Monte Dam.” International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law, and Economics 15:1 (March 2015), 61-77.

Bratman, E. “Contradictions of Green Development: Human Rights and Environmental Norms in Light of Belo Monte Dam Activism.” Journal of Latin American Studies 46: 2 (May 2014), 261-289.

Bratman, E. “Development’s Paradox: Washington DC is a Third World City?” Third World Quarterly, 32: 9 (November 2011), 1541-1556.

Bratman, E. “Villains, Victims, and Conservationists? Representational
Frameworks and Sustainable Development on the Transamazon Highway.” Human Ecology, 39: 4 (August 2011), 441-453.

Dr. Robin Broad:
"Reframing Development in the Age of Vulnerability: From Case Studies of the Philippines and Trinidad to New Measures of Rootedness" with John Cavanagh, Third World Quarterly 32, no.6 (June 2011).

Development Redefined: How the Market Met Its Match,with John Cavanagh (Boulder, Colorado: 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. Berrett-Koehler, first edition, 2002; updated & expanded 2nd edition by 21-person drafting committee, 2004.

Global Backlash: Citizen Initiatives for a Just World Economy, New Millennium Books in International Studies. Rowman and Littlefield, 2002.

Plundering Paradise: The Struggle for the Environment in the Philippines, with John Cavanagh. University of California Press, 1993. Anvil Publishing, 1993. First paperback printing by University of California Press, 1994.

The Philippine Challenge: Sustainable and Equitable Development in the 1990s, with John Cavanagh, 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. University of California Press, 1988. Ateneo de Manila University Press, 1988. First paperback printing by University of California Press, 1990.

Development Redefined: How the Market Met Its Match. (With John Cavanagh.) Paradigm Publishers, 2009.

Global Backlash: Citizen Initiatives for a Just World Economy. Rowman and Littlefield, 2002.

Plundering Paradise: The Struggle for the Environment in the Philippines. (With John Cavanagh.) University of California Press, 1993.

Unequal Alliance: The World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the Philippines. University of California Press, 1988.

 

Dr. Daniel Esser:
"Interventionism and the Fear of Urban Agency in Afghanistan and Iraq," in: M. Kamrava (ed.), Fragile Politics: Weak States in the Greater Middle East, London: Hurst, forthcoming (2016).

"Violence and Community Capabilities: Insights for Building Safe and Inclusive Cities in Central America" (with L. Brioso, R. Calderón Umaña, E. Hershberg, M. Montoya, J. P. Pérez Sáinz, K. Salazar and M. Zetino), CLALS Working Paper 8, Washington, DC: Center for Latin American and Latino Studies, 2015.

"Countering the Risks of Vocationalisation in Master’s Programmes in International Development" (with T. Denskus), Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences 8(2), pp. 72-85, 2015.

"TED Talks on International Development: Trans-Hegemonic Promise and Ritualistic Constraints" (with T. Denskus), Communication Theory 25(2), pp. 166-187, 2015.

"Security Scales: Spectacular and Endemic Violence in Post-Invasion Kabul, Afghanistan," Environment & Urbanization 26(2), pp. 373-388, 2014.

"Elusive Accountabilities in the HIV Scale-up: ‘Ownership’ as a Functional Tautology," Global Public Health 9(1-2), pp. 43-56, 2014.

"Tracing Poverty and Inequality in International Development Discourses: An Algorithmic and Visual Analysis of Agencies’ Annual Reports and Occasional White Papers, 1978-2010" (with B. J. Williams), Journal of Social Policy 43(1), pp. 173-200, 2014.

"The Political Economy of Post-Invasion Kabul, Afghanistan: Urban Restructuring Beyond the North-South Divide," Urban Studies 50(15), pp. 3084-3098, 2013.

"Comparable and Yet Context-Sensitive? Improving Evaluation in Violently Divided Societies Through Methodology" (with E. E. VanderKamp), Journal of Peacebuilding & Development 8(2), pp. 42-56, 2013.

"Ageing as a Global Public Health Challenge: From Complexity Reduction to Aid Effectiveness" (with P. Ward), Global Public Health 8(7), pp. 745-768, 2013.

"Social Media and Global Development Rituals: A Content Analysis of Blogs and Tweets on the 2010 MDG Summit" (with T. Denskus), Third World Quarterly 34(3), pp. 409-424, 2013.

"‘When We Launched the Government’s Agenda…’: Aid Agencies and Local Politics in Urban Africa," The Journal of Modern African Studies 50(3), pp. 397-420, 2012.

"Does Global Health Funding Respond to Recipients' Needs? Comparing Public and Private Donors' Allocations in 2005-2007" (with K. Keating Bench), World Development 39(8), pp. 1271-1280, 2011.

"Postwar Political Restructuring in Freetown and Kabul: Theoretical Limits and the Test Case for Multiscalar Governance," Critical Planning 16, pp. 80-97, 2009.

"More Money, Less Cure: Why Global Health Assistance Needs Restructuring," Ethics & International Affairs 23(2), pp. 225-234, 2009.

Dr. Jonathan Fox:
"Social Accountability: What Does the Evidence Really Say?," World Development, No. 72, August, 2015

[co-authored with Xochitl Bada] “Patrones migratorios en contextos de ruralidad y marginacion en el campo mexicano, 2000-2010: Cambios y continuidades,” [Migration and Poverty Trends in Rural Mexico, 2000-2010] Revista ALASRU, No. 10, Oct., 2014

"Social Accountability: What Does the Evidence Really Say?," GPSA Working Paper, No. 1, Sept. 2014 (Global Partnership for Social Accountability - now available in Arabic, Spanish and French translations)

"Las políticas públicas hacia la agricultura y su relación con el empleo,” [Public Policy Towards Agriculture and Employment"] in OXFAM México, El derecho a la alimentacio?n en Me?xico: Recomendaciones de la sociedad civil para una política pública efectiva, Mexico, Oct., 2013

Co-editor, Oaxacalifornian Reporting Team, Voices of Indigenous Oaxacan Youth in the Central Valley: Creating Our Sense of Belonging in California, UC Center for Collaborative Research for an Equitable California, 2013.

"State Power and Clientelism: Eight Propositions for Discussion,” in Tina Hilgers, ed., Clientelism in Everyday Latin American Politics, Palgrave, 2012.

Co-editor, Subsidizing Inequality: Mexican Corn Policy Since NAFTA, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars/CIDE/UC Santa Cruz, 2010.

Co-editor, Context Matters: Latino Civic Engagement in Nine U.S. Cities, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2010.

Co-author, “Rural Democratization in Mexico’s Deep South: Grassroots
Right-to-Know Campaigns in Guerrero,” Journal of Peasant Studies, 36(2), 2009.

Co-author, “Migrant Organization and Hometown Impacts in Rural Mexico,” Journal of Agrarian Change, 8(2-3), May, 2008.

Accountability Politics: Power and Voice in Rural Mexico, Oxford University Press, 2007.

Co-editor, Mexico’s Right-to-Know Reforms: Civil Society Perspectives, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars/Fundar, 2007.

Dr. Louis Goodman:
Small Nations, Giant Firms: Capital Allocation Decisions in Transnational Corporations, Holmes and Meier, 1987.
 
The Military and Democracy in Latin America, Heath-Lexington, 1990.

Lessons from the Venezuelan Experience, Johns Hopkins, 1995.

International Affairs Education on the Eve of the 21st Century, APSIA, 1994.

Dr. David Hirschmann:
Changing Attitudes of Black South Africans toward the United States, Edward Mellen Press, 1989.

Women Farmers in Malawi, University of California, 1984.

Dr. Vidyamali Samarasinghe:

Female Sex Trafficking in Asia: The Resilience of Patriarchy in a Changing World. Routledge Press, 2007.

A Historical Dictionary of Sri Lanka. (With S.W.R. de A Samarasinghe.) Scarecrow Press, 1997.


Female Sex Trafficking in Asia: The Resilience of Patriarchy in a Changing World, Routledge, 2007.

A Historical Dictionary of Sri Lanka, coauthor, Scarecrow Press, 1997.

Women at the Center: Gender and Development Issues for the 1990's, Kumarian, 1993.

Women at the Crossroads: A Sri Lankan Perspective, Vikas, 1990.


Dr. Thespina Yamanis:

Yamanis, Jacob C. Fisher, James W. Moody, and Lusajo J. Kajula (2015). Young men’s social network characteristics and associations with sexual partnership concurrency in Tanzania. AIDS and Behavior, Epub ahead of print 14 August 2015.
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10461-015-1152-5\

Yamanis, Thespina (2013), M. Giovanna Merli, W. Whipple Neely. Feng Tian, James Moody, Tu Xiaowen, and Ersheng Gao. An empirical analysis of the impact of recruitment patterns on RDS estimates among a socially ordered population of female sex workers in China. Sociological Methods and Research. Published online 26 July 2013, DOI: 10.1177/0049124113494576.

"From coitus to concurrency: sexual partnership characteristics and risk behaviors of 15-19 year old men recruited from urban venues in Tanzania". AIDS and Behavior, 2012 (with I. Doherty, S. Weir, et al).

“Social venues that protect against & promote HIV risk for young men in Tanzania”, Social Science & Medicine, 2010 (with S Maman, J Mbwambo, et al).


“Intimate partner violence & the association with HIV risk behaviors among young men in Tanzania”, J of Interpersonal Violence, 2009 (Maman et al).


“Well-being & family support among elderly rural Mexicans in the context of migration to the U.S.”, J of Aging & Health, 2007 (with T Gonzalez et al).

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