PUBLICATIONS

 

Organized by Topic

(Publications may be listed under more than one topic)


Agriculture, Including Forestry
Civil Society, Definitions of
Copper
Democracy, Procedural and Sustainable
Distribution, Poverty, Inequality
Golden Rules for Sustainable Democracy
Informal Economy
International (Foreign) Trade
Justice (Theory and Measurement)
Labor Economics
Macroeconomics
Mesoeconomics
Microeconomics
Minerals Theory of Growth
Money, Monetary Policy, Banking, Prices and Financial
National Accounts
Nitrate Sector
Privatization

Quantitative History Of Chile
Rural Development
Services
Soviet Union (Former)
Theories of Economic Development
Theory of Sectoral Clashes and Coalitions
Urbanization, Urban Studies
Economic Theory, Measurement of Welfare
Latin America (General)
Chile
Paraguay
Peru
Soviet Union (Former)
United States
Venezuela

 

Agriculture, Including Forestry


1.    1965    Essays on the Chilean Economy, by Markos Mamalakis and Clark Reynolds (Homewood, Illinois: Irwin, 1965). A Publication of the Yale Economic Growth Center, pp. 1-200, by M. Mamalakis.

2.    1985    “The Primary Sector: Composition and Functions,” The Primary Sector in Economic Development. Proceedings of the Seventh Arne Ryde Symposium Frostavallen, August 29-30, 1983, ed. By Mats Lundahl, London, Sydney: Croom Helm Ltd., pp. 43-55.

3.     1982    Historical Statistics of Chile. Forestry and Related Activities, Volume 3. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-lxxxvii, 1-443.

Civil Society, Definitions of


1.     2004    “Las reglas doradas” (The Golden Rules) in the Supplemento Anniversario 16 anos (16th Anniversary Issue)(Chile in the Eyes of the World) of the leading financial newspaper Diario Financiero, Santiago, Chile, Monday, 29 November 2004, p.133. Reprinted in Spanish and also published in English as “Sustainable Democracy and the Golden Rules”, Global Currents, Center for International Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Spring 2005, pp.18-19.

2.     2005    J. Mark Payne, Daniel Zovatto G., Carrillo Florez, and Andres Allamand Zavala, Democracies in Development: Politics and Reform in Latin America. (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2002) THE AMERICAS, Vol. 61, Number 3 (January), pp. 542-543.

Copper


1.     1971    “Contribution of Copper to Chilean Economic Develpoment, 1920-1967: Profile of a Foreign-Owned Export Sector,” Foreign Investment in Minerals and Petroleum, by Raymond Mikesell and Associates, Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins Press For Resources for the Future, 1971.

Democracy, Procedural and Sustainable


1.     2004    “Las reglas doradas” (The Golden Rules) in the Supplemento Anniversario 16 anos (16th Anniversary Issue)(Chile in the Eyes of the World) of the leading financial newspaper Diario Financiero, Santiago, Chile, Monday, 29 November 2004, p.133. Reprinted in Spanish and also published in English as “Sustainable Democracy and the Golden Rules”, Global Currents, Center for International Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Spring 2005, pp.18-19.

2.     2005    J. Mark Payne, Daniel Zovatto G., Carrillo Florez, and Andres Allamand Zavala, Democracies in Development: Politics and Reform in Latin America. (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2002) THE AMERICAS, Vol. 61, Number 3 (January), pp. 542-543.


Distribution, Poverty, Inequality


1.     1975    “Income Redistribution in Chile Under Salvador Allende,” in House of Representatives, United States and Chile During the Allende Years, 1970-1978.  Hearings form the Subcommittee on Inter-American Affairs (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975), pp. 384-354.


2.    1996    “Income Distribution,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 3, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1996), pp. 251-259.

3.    1996    “Introduction: Poverty and Inequality in Latin America,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 1-13.

4.     1996    “Poverty and Inequality in Latin America: Mesoeconomic Dimensions of Justice and Entitlements,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 181-199.

5.     1996    Review Essay “ Poverty and Exclusion in Latin America:  Diagnosis and Remedial Strategies.” Raczynski, Dagmar (ed.).  Strategies to Combat Poverty in Latin America. Washington, D.C.: Inter-American Development Bank, 1995.  Bibliography, references, index, 274 pp.  Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 201-207.

6.     1996    Poverty and Inequality in Venezuela: Mesoeconomics Dimensions. (An Essay on Justice and Entitlements). Working Paper Series 205. Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C., pp. 1-103.

Golden Rules for Sustainable Democracy


1.     2004    “Las reglas doradas” (The Golden Rules) in the Supplemento Anniversario 16 anos (16th Anniversary Issue)(Chile in the Eyes of the World) of the leading financial newspaper Diario Financiero, Santiago, Chile, Monday, 29 November 2004, p.133. Reprinted in Spanish and also published in English as “Sustainable Democracy and the Golden Rules”, Global Currents, Center for International Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Spring 2005, pp.18-19.

2.     2005    J. Mark Payne, Daniel Zovatto G., Carrillo Florez, and Andres Allamand Zavala, Democracies in Development: Politics and Reform in Latin America. (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2002) THE AMERICAS, Vol. 61, Number 3 (January), pp. 542-543.
Inflation (Theories of)

1.     1963    “Inflation and Growth:  An Asset Preference Analysis, With a Case Study of the Chilean Inflation.” In the Journal of Finance, Vol. XVIII, No. 3, pp. 553-554.

2.     1964    “Forced Saving in Underdeveloped Countries:  A Rediscovery or a Misapplication of a Concept?” Economica Internazionale, September 1964.

3.     1965     “Growth as a Cause of Inflation,” The Journal of Economic Studies, November 1965, pp. 1-30.
4.     1967    “Forced Saving in Less Developed Countries: A Rejoinder,” Economia Internazionale, Vol. XX, No. 2, March 1967, pp. 281-294.

5.     1967    “Desarrollo Como Causa de Inflacion,” Economia, September 1967, Ano XXV, ler Cuatrimestre, pp. 89-113.

Informal Economy


1.     1996    “Informal Economy,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 3, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York: Charles Scribner’s Cons, 1996), pp. 276-280.

International (Foreign) Trade


1.     1965     “Intergracion Economica y Monetaria de America Latina—EL Caso del Turismo.” (Economic and Monetary Integration of Latin America—The Case of Tourism), Economia (Quarterly Review of the University of Chile), September 1965, Ano XXIII, 3er y 4o Timestres, pp. 39-50.

2.     1970    “El sector exportador, etapas de desarrollo economico y el proceso ahorro-inversion en America Latina,” pp. 257-289, with comment by Dr. Ana M. Martirena-Mantel, in Estrategias de Industrializacion para la Argentina  (Buenos Aires:  Editorial del Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, March 1970). Ed. by Mario S. Brodersohn.

3.     1970    “The Export Sector, Stages of Economic Development, and the Savings-Investment Process in Latin America,” Economia Internazionale, Vol. XXIII, No. 4, Nov. 1970.

4.     1971    “Contribution of Copper to Chilean Economic Development, 1920-1967: Profile of a Foreign-Owned Export Sector,” Foreign Investment in Minerals and Petroleum, by Raymond Mikesell and Associates, Baltimore, Maryland: John Hopkins Press for Resources for the Future, 1971.

5.     1971    “The Role of Government in the Resource Transfer and resource Allocation Processes: The Chilean Nitrate Sector, 1880-1930,” Government and Economic Development, ed. by Gustav Ranis, Yale University  Press, 1971.

6.     1996    “Foreign Trade,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 2, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New Tork: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1996), pp. 596-601.

7.    1997    “Price Structures, Productivity and Growth Within a Composite Commodities Framework in Price Policies and Economic Growth edited by Antonio Jorge and Jorge Salazar-Carrillo (Wesport, Conn: Prager, 1997), pp. 183-225.

Justice (Theory and Measurement)


1.     1996b    Poverty and Inequality in Venezuela: Mesoeconomic Dimensions. Working Paper No. 205. Washington, D.C.: Inter-American Development Bank, pp. 1-103.

2.     1996     “Introduction: Poverty and Inequality in Latin America,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 1-13.

3.     1996    “Poverty and Inequality in Latin America:  Mesoeconomic Dimensions of Justice and Entitlements,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 181-199.

Labor Economics


1.     1980    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Demography and Labor Force, Volume 2. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-li, 1-420.

2.     1996    “Informal Economy,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 3, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1996, pp. 1-13.

3.     1996    “Introduction: Poverty and Inequality in Latin America,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 1-13.

4.     1996    “Poverty and Inequality in Latin America:  Mesoeconomic Dimensions of Justice and Entitlements,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 181-199.

5.     1996    Review Essay “Poverty and Exclusion in Latin America: Diagnosis and Remedial Strategies.@  Raczynski, Dagmar (ed.).  Strategies to Combat Poverty in Latin America.  Washington, D.C.:  Inter-American Development Bank, 1995.  Bibliography, references, index, 274 pp.  Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 201-207.

Macroeconomics


1.     1963    “Inflation and Growth: An Asset Preference Analysis, With a Case Study of the Chilean Inflation.”  In the Journal of Finance, Vol. XVII, No. 3, pp. 553-554.

2.    1964    “Forced Saving in Underdeveloped Countries: A Rediscovery or a Misapplication of a Concept?” Economia Internazionale, Septmeber 1964.

3.     1965    “Growth as a Cause of Inflation,” The Journal of Economic Studies, November 1965, pp. 1-30.

4.    1967    “Forced Saving in Less Developed Countries: A Rejoinder,” Economia Internazionale, Vol. XX, No. 2, March 1967, pp. 281-294.

5.     1974    “New Dimensions in National Accounting with Special Reference to Chile,” National Accounts and Development Planning in Low-Income Countries. Proceedings of a study session organized in Paris in November 1972 by the OECD Development Center (Paris: OECD, 1974), pp. 1-19.

6.     1978    Historical Statistics of Chile. National Accounts, Volume 1. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. xxxiii plus 1-162.

7.     1987    “The Treatment of Interest and Financial Intermediaries in the National Accounts: The Old “Bundle” Versus the New “Unbundle” Approach,” The Review of Income and Wealth, Series 33, Number 2, June 1987, pp. 169-192.

8.     1987    “Ingreso, Produccion y Gasto en Una Economia de Mercancias Compuestas: (Income, Production and Expenditure in a Composite Commodities Economy), Cuadernos de Economia, Ano 28, No. 84, pp. 291-305 (August).

9.     1996    “Misuse and Use of National Accounts as a Welfare Indicator: Selected Analytical and Measurement Issues,” Review of Income and Wealth, Series 42, Number 3, September 1996, pp. 293-320.

    Mesoeconomics


 1.    1992    “Sectoral Clashes, Basic Economic Rights and Redemocratization in Chile:  A Mesoeconomic Approach,” Ibero Americana, Nordic Journal of Latin American Studies, Revista Nordica de Estudios Latinoamericanos, Vol. XXII: 1, 1992, pp. 31-44.

 2.    1992    “What the Republics of the Former USSR Should Do With Their Economies,” The Woodrow Wilson Center Report, Vol. 3, No. 4, February 1992 (Washington, D.C.:  The Woodrow Wilson Center, 1992), pp. 10-12.

 3.    1992    “Sectoral Conflicts in the USA and the Soviet Union: A Mesoeconomic Analysis,” Eastern Economic Journal, Vol. 18, No. 4, Fall, pp. 421-428.

 4.    1995    “Mesoeconomics of Democratization in Chile,” in Neoliberalism with a Human Face?  The Politics and Economics of the Chilean Model, edited by David E. Hojman (Liverpool, England:  Institute of Latin American Studies, The University of Liverpool, 1995), Monograph Series, No. 20, pp. 133-150.

 5.    1996    Poverty and Inequality in Venezuela:  Mesoeconomic Dimensions.  (An Essay on Justice and Entitlements).  Working Paper 205.  Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, DC, pp. 1-103.

 6.    1996    “Poverty and Inequality in Latin America:  Mesoeconomic Dimensions of Justice and Entitlements,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 181-199.

 7.    1997    “Price Structures, Productivity and Growth Within a Composite Commodities Framework,” in Price Policies and Economic Growth edited by Antonio Jorge and Jorge Salazar-Carrillo (Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997), pp. 183-225.

Microeconomics


1.     1997    “Price Structures, Productivity and Growth Within a Composite Commodities Framework,” in Price Policies and Economic Growth edited by Antonio Jorge and Jorge Salazar-Carrillo (Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997), pp. 183-225.
 

    Minerals Theory of Growth


 1.    1977    “Minerals, Multinationals, and Foreign Investment in Latin America,” Journal of Latin American Studies, November 1977, 9:2, pp. 315-336.

 2.    1978    The Minerals Theory of Growth:  The Latin American Evidence.  Ibero-America Institute for Economic Research (IAI).  University of Göttingen.  May 1978.  Pp. 1-42.

Also published, in a revised version, as
 3.    1978    “La teoria mineral del crecimiento:  La experiencia Latinoamericana.”  El Trimestre Economico, Mexico, Octubre-Diciembre 1978, Vol. XLV (4), Num 180, pp. 841-878.

    Money, Monetary Policy, Banking, Prices and Financial Services


1.    1963    “Statistical Analysis of the Influence of General Economic Activity and Interest Rates on the Operations of Trust and Loan Companies,” Appendix A, pp. A-1nA-11, in The Role of the Trust and Loan Companies in the Canadian Economy.  (Study prepared for the Trust Companies Association of Canada, University of Western Ontario, Submission to the Royal Commission on Money and Banking, 1963).

 2.    1963    “Inflation and Growth:  An Asset Preference Analysis, With a Case Study of the Chilean Inflation.” In the Journal of Finance, Vol. XVIII, No. 3, pp. 553-554.

 3.    1964    “Forced Saving in Underdeveloped Countries:  A Rediscovery or a Misapplication of a Concept?” Economia Internazionale, September 1964.

 4.    1965    “Growth as a Cause of Inflation,” The Journal of Economic Studies, November 1965, pp. 1-30.

 5.    1967    “Forced Saving in Less Developed Countries: A Rejoinder,” Economia Internazionale, Vol. XX, No. 2, March 1967, pp. 281-294.

 6.    1969    “An Analysis of the Financial and Investment Activities of the Chilean Development Corporation: 1939-1964,” The Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2, January 1969.

 7.    1977    Monetary Policy in a Less Developed Country: The Case of Chile, 1970-73,” in Scientific Yearbook of the School of Law and Economics, Vol. 12, Festschrift in Honor of Dimitrios I. Delivanis (Salonica, Greece:  Aristotelian University of Salonica, 1977), pp. 395-405.

 8.    1983    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Money, Prices, and Credit Services, Volume 4.  Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-lxxviii, 1-510.

 9.    1985    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Money, Banking and Financial Services, Volume 5.  Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-lxcii, 1-532.

10.    1987    “The Treatment of Interest and Financial Intermediaries in the National Accounts:  The Old “Bundle” Versus the New “Unbundle” Approach,” The Review of Income and Wealth, Series 33, Number 2, June 1987, pp. 169-192.

National Accounts


 1.    1974    “New Dimensions in National Accounting with Special Reference to Chile,” National Accounts and Development Planning in Low-Income Countries.  Proceedings of a study session organized in Paris in November 1972 by the OECD Development Center (Paris:  OECD, 1974), pp. 1-19.

 2.    1978    Historical Statistics of Chile.  National Accounts, Volume 1.  Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. xxxiii plus 1-162.

 3.    1987    “The Treatment of Interest and Financial Intermediaries in the National Accounts:  The Old “Bundle” Versus the New “Unbundle” Approach,” The Review of Income and Wealth, Series 33, Number 2, June 1987, pp. 169-192.


 4.    1991    “Ingreso, Produccion y Gasto en Una Economia de Mercancias Compuestas” (Income, Production and Expenditure in a Composite Commodities Economy), Cuadernos de Economia, Ano 28, No. 84, pp. 291-305 (August).

5.    1996    “Misuse and Use of National Accounts as a Welfare Indicator: Selected Analytical and Measurement Issues,” Review of Income and Wealth, Series 42, Number 3, September 1996, pp. 293-320.

6.    1997    “Price Structures, Productivity and Growth Within a Composite Commodities Framework,” in Price Policies and Economic Growth edited by Antonio Jorge and Jorge Salazar-Carrillo (Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997), pp. 183-225.
 

Nitrate Sector


 1.    1971    “The Role of Government in the Resource Transfer and Resource Allocation Processes: The Chilean Nitrate Sector, 1880-1930,@ Government and Economic Development, ed. by Gustav Ranis, Yale University Press, 1971.

Privatization


 1.     1996     “Privatization,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 4, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1996), pp. 474-475.

    Public Sector, Public Finance, and Taxation

 1.    1988    “The Notion of the State in Chile: Six Topics,” Historia, Vol. 22, 1987, pp. 107-115.

 2.    1989    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Government Services and Public Sector and a Theory of Services, Volume 6. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-cxxiv, 1-840.

 3.    1996    “Public Sector and Taxation,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 4, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 484-489.

Rural Development


 1.    1985    “The Primary Sector: Composition and Functions,” The Primary Sector in Economic Development.  Proceedings of the Seventh Arne Ryde Symposium Frostavallen, August 29-30, 1983, ed. by Mats Lundahl, London, Sydney:  Croom Helm Ltd., pp. 43-55.

 Services


 1.    1972    “Urbanization and Sectoral Transformation in Latin America, 1950-1965,” XXIX Congreso Internacional de Americanistas Lima, Actas y Memorias, Vol. 2, El Proceso de Urbanizacion en America desde sus Origenes Hasta Nuestros Dias (Lima, Peru:  Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 1972), pp. 293-345.

 2.    1976    “Los servicios en la ciudad latinoamericana contemporanea: el caso chileno,” in Las ciudades de America Latina y sus areas de influencia a traves de la historia, ed. by Jorge E. Hardoy and Richard P. Schaedel (Buenos Aires, Argentina:  Sociedad Interamericana de Planificacion, 1976), pp. 437-448.

 3.    1976    “Services in the Contemporary Latin American City:  The Case of Chile,” in Atti del XL Congresso Internazionale Degli Americanisti, Vol. IV (Genova, Italy:  Casa Editrice Tilgher, 1976), pp. 109-115.

 4.    1978    “Services in the Contemporary Latin American City:  The Case of Chile,” in Urbanization in the Americas From Its Beginnings to the Present (The Hague, Paris:  Mouton Publishers, distributed in the USA and Canada by Aldine, Chicago, 1978), pp. 303-312.

 5.    1985    “The Primary Sector:  Composition and Functions,” The Primary Sector in Economic Development.  Proceedings of the Seventh Arne Ryde Symposium Frostavallen, August 29-30, 1983, ed. by Mats Lundahl, London, Sydney:  Croom Helm Ltd., pp. 43-55.

 6.    1989    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Government Services and Public Sector and a Theory of Services, Volume 6. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-cxxiv, 1-840.

 7.    1996    “Service Sector,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 5, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 97-103.

8.    1997    “Price Structures, Productivity and Growth Within a Composite Commodities Framework,” in Price Policies and Economic Growth edited by Antonio Jorge and Jorge Salazar-Carrillo (Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997), pp. 183-225.
 

Theories of Economic Development


 1.    1968    “Latin American Economic Development:  A Panorama of Ideologies,” UWM Magazine, Vol. II, Serial No. 4, Fall 1968.

 2.    1984    “Explicaciones Acerca del Desarrollo Economico Chileno:  Una Resena y Sintesis,” Historia, Vol. 19 (Universidad Catolica de Chile, 1984), pp. 115-158.

 3.    1986    “Introduction:  Interamerican Economic Relations:  The New Development View,” The Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 27, No. 4, Winter 1985-86, pp. 1-8.

 4.    1996    “Economic Development, Theories of,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 2, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 439-444.

Theory of Sectoral Clashes and Coalitions


 1.    1966    La Teoria de los Choques entre Sectores (The Theory of Sectoral Clashes), (Santiago, Chile:  Instituto de Economia, Universidad de Chile, March, 1966).

 2.    1966    “La Teoria de los Choques Entre Sectores” (The Theory of Sectoral Clashes), El Trimestre Economico, 130, April 1966, pp. 187-222.

 3.    1969    “Teoria de los Choques Sectoriales: Sequndo Ensayo,” El Trimestre Economico, Vol. XXXVI (2), Num. 142, Mexico, Abril-Junio de 1969.

 4.    1969    “The Theory of Sectoral Clashes,” The Latin American Research Review, Vol. 4, No. 3, Fall 1969, pp. 3-46.
 5.    1971    “The Theory of Sectoral Clashes and Coalitions Revisited,” Latin American Research Review, Vol. VI, No. 3, Fall 1971, pp. 89-126.

Urbanization, Urban Studies


1.    1972    “Urbanization and Sectoral Transformation in Latin America, 1950-1965,” XXIX Congreso Internacional de Americanistas Lima, Actas y Memorias, Vol. 2, El Proceso de Urbanizacion en America desde sus Origenes Hasta Nuestros Dias (Lima, Peru:  Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 1972), pp. 293-345.

 2.    1976    “Urbanizacion y transformacion sectorial de America Latina, 1950-1965,” El Trimestre Economico, Vol. XLIII (2), Mexico, April-June 1976, No. 170, pp. 351-419.

 3.    1976    “Los servicios en la ciudad latinoamericana contemporanea: el caso chileno,” in Las ciudades de America Latina y sus areas de influencia a traves de la historia, ed. by Jorge E. Hardoy and Richard P. Schaedel (Buenos Aires, Argentina:  Sociedad Interamericana de Planificacion, 1976), pp. 437-448.

 4.    1976    “Services in the Contemporary Latin American City:  The Case of Chile,” in Atti del XL Congresso Internazionale Degli Americanisti, Vol. IV (Genova, Italy:  Casa Editrice Tilgher, 1976), pp. 109-115.

 5.    1977    “Urbanizacion y transformacion sectoriales en Latinoamerica (1950-1970).  Antecedentes e implicaciones para una reforma urbana,” in Asentamientos urbanos y Organizacion Socio Productiva en la Historia de America Latina, compiled by J. E. Hardoy and R. Schaedel (Buenos Aires, Argentina:  Sociedad Interamericana de Planificacion, 1977), pp. 269-347.

 6.    1978    “Services in the Contemporary Latin American City:  The Case of Chile,” in Urbanization in the Americas From Its Beginnings to the Present (The Hague, Paris:  Mouton Publishers, distributed in the USA and Canada by Aldine, Chicago, 1978), pp. 303-312.

Economic Theory, Measurement of Welfare


 1.    1996    “Misuse and Use of National Accounts as a Welfare Indicator: Selected Analytical and Measurement Issues,” Review of Income and Wealth, Series 42, Number 3, September 1996, pp. 293-320.

 2.    1997    “Price Structures, Productivity and Growth Within a Composite Commodities Framework,” in Price Policies and Economic Growth edited by Antonio Jorge and Jorge Salazar-Carrillo (Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1997), pp. 183-225.

Latin America (General)


 1.    1967    “El Sector Exportador, Etapas de Desarrollo Economico y el ProcesoAhorro-Inversion en America Latina,” El Trimestre Economico, Vol. XXXIV (2), Mexico, April-June, 1967, No. 134, pp. 319-341.

 2.    1968    “Latin American Economic Development:  A Panorama of Ideologies,” UWM Magazine, Vol. II, Serial No. 4, Fall 1968.

 3.    1970    “El sector exportador, etapas de desarrollo economico y el proceso ahorro-inversion en America Latina,” pp. 257-289, with comment by Dr. Ana M. Martirena-Mantel, in Estrategias de Industrializacion para la Argentina (Buenos Aires:  Editorial del Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, March 1970).  Ed. by Mario S. Brodersohn.

 4.    1970    “The Export Sector, Stages of Economic Development, and the Saving-Investment Process in Latin America,” Economia Internazionale, Vol. XXIII, No. 4, Nov. 1970.

 5.    1972    “Urbanization and Sectoral Transformation in Latin America, 1950-1965,” XXIX Congreso Internacional de Americanistas Lima, Actas y Memorias, Vol. 2, El Proceso de Urbanizacion en America desde sus Origenes Hasta Nuestros Dias (Lima, Peru:  Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 1972), pp. 293-345.

 6.    1976    “Urbanizacion y transformacion sectorial de America Latina, 1950-1965,” El Trimestre Economico, Vol. XLIII (2), Mexico, April-June 1976, No. 170, pp. 351-419.

 7.    1977    “Urbanizacion y transformacion sectoriales en Latinoamerica (1950-1970).  Antecedentes e implicaciones para una reforma urbana,” in Asentamientos urbanos y Organizacion Socio Productiva en la Historia de America Latina, compiled by J. E. Hardoy and R. Schaedel (Buenos Aires, Argentina:  Sociedad Interamericana de Planificacion, 1977), pp. 269-347.

 8.    1981    “Estrategias Generales de Empleo e Ingreso” (General Strategies of Income and Employment), El Trimestre Economico, Vol. XLVII (3), Mexico, Julio-Septiembre de 1981, Num 191, pp. 603-624.

 9.    1983    “Una Estrategia de Desarrollo Relacionada con Servicios:  Algunas Consideraciones Basicas,” El Trimestre Economico, Numero Especial 50 Aniversario, Vol. L (3), Mexico, Julio-Septiembre de 1983, Num. 199, pp. 1537-1560.

10.    1983    “Overall Employment and Income Strategies,” in Human Resoruces, Employment and Development, Vol. 4, Latin America, edited by Victor L. Urquidi and Saul Trejo Reyes for the International Economic Association (London and Basingstoke:  The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1983), pp. 111-130.

11.    1985    “A North-South Dilemma:  The Need and Limits of Conditionalities in the Americas,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 27, No. 1, February, pp. 103-121.

12.    1985    “Financial Services and the Debt Problem in Latin America,” External Debt and Development Strategy in Latin America, ed. by Antonio Jorge, Jorge Salazar Carrillo and Frank Diaz-Pou, Pergamon Press, pp. 29-37.

13.    1986    “Introduction:  Interamerican Economic Relations:  The New Development View,” The Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 27, No. 4, Winter 1985-86, pp. 1-8.

14.    1988    “Foreign Investment and Unilateral Transfers,” in Foreign Investment, Debt and Economic Growth in Latin America.  Edited by Antonio Jorge and Jorge Salazar-Carrillo (London:  The Macmillan Press Ltd., 1988), pp. 29-40.

15.    1996    “Economic Development,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 2, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 432-438.

16.    1996    “Economic Development, Theories of,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 2, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 439-444.

17.    1996    “Foreign Trade,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 2, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 596-601.

18.    1996    “Income Distribution,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 3, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 251-259.

19.    1996    “Informal Economy,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 3, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 276-280.

20.    1996    “Privatization,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 4, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 474-475.

21.    1996    “Public Sector and Taxation,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 4, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 484-489.

22.    1996    “Service Sector,” Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture, Vol. 5, edited by Barbara A. Tenenbaum (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1996), pp. 97-103.

23.    1996    “Introduction:  Poverty and Inequality in Latin America,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 1-13.

24.    1996    “Poverty and Inequality in Latin America: Mesoeconomic Dimensions of Justice and Entitlements,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 181-199.

25.    1996    Review Essay “Poverty and Exclusion in Latin America:  Diagnosis and Remedial Strategies.”  Raczynski, Dagmar (ed.).  Strategies to Combat Poverty in Latin America.  Washington, D.C.:  Inter-American Development Bank, 1995.  Bibliography, references, index, 274 pp.  Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 38, No. 2/3, Summer/Fall 1996, pp. 201-207.

Chile

A.  Books

 1.    1965    Essays on the Chilean Economy, by Markos Mamalakis and Clark Reynolds (Homewood, Illinois:  Irwin, 1965). A Publication of the Yale Economic Growth Center, pp. 1-200, by M. Mamalakis.

 2.    1976    The Growth and Structure of the Chilean Economy, From Independence to Allende.  A Study of the Yale Economic Growth Center.  Yale University Press, April, 1976, pp. 1-390.

 3.    1978    Historical Statistics of Chile.  National Accounts, Volume 1.  Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. xxxiii plus 1-162.

 4.    1980    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Demography and Labor Force, Volume 2.  Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-li, 1-420.
 5.    1982    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Forestry and Related Activities, Volume 3.  Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-lxxxvii, 1-443.

 6.    1983    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Money, Prices, and Credit Services, Volume 4.  Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-lxxviii, 1-510.

 7.    1985    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Money, Banking and Financial Services, Volume 5.  Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-lxcii, 1-532.

 8.    1989    Historical Statistics of Chile.  Government Services and Public Sector and a Theory of Services, Volume 6. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT; London, England, pp. i-cxxiv, 1-840.

B.  Articles

 1.    1967    “Veinticinco Anos de Actividad de la Corporacion de Fomento de la Produccion” (Twenty-Five Years of Activities of the Chilean Development Corporation), in La Planificacion del Desarrollo Economico, ed. by Instituto de Economia, 1967, Santiago, Chile, pp. 400-464.

 2.    1969    “An Analysis of the Financial and Investment Activities of the Chilean Development Corporation: 1939-1964,” The Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2, January 1969.

 3.    1971    “Contribution of Copper to Chilean Economic Development, 1920-1967:  Profile of a Foreign-Owned Export Sector,” Foreign Investment in Minerals and Petroleum, by Raymond Mikesell and Associates, Baltimore, Maryland:  John Hopkins Press for Resources for the Future, 1971.

 4.    1971    “The Role of Government in the Resource Transfer and Resource Allocation Processes:  The Chilean Nitrate Sector, 1880-1930,” Government and Economic Development, ed. by Gustav Ranis, Yale University Press, 1971.

 5.    1974    “Successes and Failures of the Chilean Experiment, Resume of paper presented at 39th Annual Meeting of Midwest Economic Association, April 6, 1974, published in Nebraska Journal of Economics and Business, Autumn 1974, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 173-4.

 6.    1974    “New Dimensions in National Accounting with Special Reference to Chile,” National Accounts and Development Planning in Low-Income Countries.  Proceedings of a study session organized in Paris in November 1972 by the OECD Development Center (Paris:  OECD, 1974), pp. 1-19.

 7.    1974    “The Allende Experiment, Chaos and Destruction from Inefficiency and Idealism,” Res publica, Fall 1974, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 40-49.

 8.    1974    “Social Reform in Chile Under Salvador Allende,” in Chile and Peru.  Two Paths to Social Justice, ed. by Leila A. Bradfield (Kalamazoo, Michigan:  Western Michigan University, 1974), pp. 74-78.  Also comments in panel discussion, pp. 123-127, 129-134, 142-144, 149-150.

 9.    1975    “Income Redistribution in Chile Under Salvador Allende,” in House of Representatives,  United States and Chile During the Allende Years, 1970-1978.  Hearings from the Subcommittee on Inter-American Affairs (Washington, D.C.:  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975), pp. 348-354.

10.    1975    “Prepared Statement by Prof. Markos Mamalakis, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee” in House of Representatives, United States and Chile During the Allende Years, 1970-1973.  Hearings before the Subcommittee on Inter-American Affairs (Washington, D.C.:  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975), pp. 343-347; also additional testimony on pp. 356-58, 363-64, 366-67, 370.

11.    1976    “The Allende Experiment,” in Chile:  The Balanced View, ed. by Francisco Orrego Vicuna (Santiago, Chile:  Institute of International Studies, University of Chile, 1975), pp. 39-46.

12.    1976    “Urbanizacion y transformacion sectorial de America Latina, 1950-1965,” El Trimestre Economico, Vol. XLIII (2), Mexico, April-June 1976, No. 170, pp. 351-419.

13.    1976    “Los servicios en la ciudad latinoamericana contemporanea: el caso chileno,” in Las ciudades de America Latina y sus areas de influencia a traves de la historia, ed. by Jorge E. Hardoy and Richard P. Schaedel (Buenos Aires, Argentina:  Sociedad Interamericana de Planificacion, 1976), pp. 437-448.

14.    1976    “Services in the Contemporary Latin American City:  The Case of Chile, in Atti del XL Congresso Internazionale Degli Americanisti, Vol. IV (Genova, Italy:  Casa Editrice Tilgher, 1976), pp. 109-115.

15.    1977    “Monetary Policy in a Less Developed Country: The Case of Chile, 1970-73,” in Scientific Yearbook of the School of Law and Economics, Vol. 12, Festschrift in Honor of Dimitrios I. Delivanis (Salonica, Greece:  Aristotelian University of Salonica, 1977), pp. 395-405.

16.    1978    “Historical Statistics of Chile: An Introduction,” Latin American Research Review, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 127-137.

17.    1978    “Services in the Contemporary Latin American City: The Case of Chile,” in Urbanization in the Americas From Its Beginnings to the Present (The Hague, Paris:  Mouton Publishers, distributed in the USA and Canada by Aldine, Chicago, 1978), pp. 303-312.

18.    1979    “Chile,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 41, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1979), pp. 289-295.

19.    1981    “Chile,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 43, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1981), pp. 338-346.

20.    1983    “Chile,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 45, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1983), pp. 311-316.

21.    1984    “Diez Anos de Historia Economica,” Estudios Publicos, No. 15, Santiago, Chile, Invierno 1984, pp. 191-205.

22.    1985    “Chile,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 47, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1985), pp. 319-326.

23.    1989    “Chile,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 49, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1989), pp. 307-316.

24.    1991    “Chile,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 51, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1991), pp. 306-313.

25.    1994    “Chile,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 53, Social Sciences (Austin, Texas:  University of Texas Press, 1994), pp. 302-310.

26.    1995    “Mesoeconomics of Democratization in Chile,” in Neoliberalism with a Human Face?  The Politics and Economics of the Chilean Model, edited by David E. Hojman (Liverpool, England:  Institute of Latin American Studies, The University of Liverpool, 1995), Monograph Series, No. 20, pp. 133-150.

    Paraguay


 1.    1988    “The Relevance of Supply-Side Economics to Paraguay,” Economia 1988, Year 4, No. 4, San Lorenzo, CU, Paraguay, pp. 43-47.

Peru


 1.    1979    “Peru,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 41, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1979), pp. 294-299.

 2.    1981    “Peru,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 43, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1981), pp. 346-351.

 3.    1983    “Peru,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 45, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1983), pp. 316-320.

 4.    1985    “Peru,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 47, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1985), pp. 326-331.

 5.    1989    “Peru,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 49, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1989), pp. 316-322.

 6.    1991    “Peru,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 51, Social Sciences (Austin and London:  University of Texas Press, 1991), pp. 313-319.

 7.    1994    “Peru,” Handbook of Latin American Studies:  No. 53, Social Sciences (Austin, Texas:  University of Texas Press, 1994), pp. 310-315.

Soviet Union (Former)


 1.    1992    “What the Republics of the Former USSR Should Do With Their Economies,” The Woodrow Wilson Center Report, Vol. 3, No. 4, February 1992 (Washington, D.C.:  The Woodrow Wilson Center, 1992), pp. 10-12.

 2.    1992    “Sectoral Conflicts in the USA and the Soviet Union: A Mesoeconomic Analysis,” Eastern Economic Journal, Vol. 18, No. 4, Fall, pp. 421-428.

United States


 1.    1992    “Sectoral Conflicts in the USA and the Soviet Union: A Mesoeconomic Analysis,” Eastern Economic Journal, Vol. 18, No. 4, Fall, pp. 421-428.

Venezuela


 1.    1978    “The New International Economic Order: Centerpiece Venezuela,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 20, No. 3, August, pp. 265-295.

 2.    1996    Poverty and Inequality in Venezuela:  Mesoeconomic Dimensions.  (An Essay on Justice and Entitlements).  Working Paper Series 205.  Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C., pp. 1-103.

Book Reviews:


 1.    1963    Louis J. Walinsky:  Economic Development in Burma, 1951-1950.  New York:  Twentieth Century Fund.  1962.  Pp. xxviii, 680.  Reviewed in The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science.  Vol. 29, August, 1963, No. 3, pp. 422-23.

 2.    1964    Ralph Braibanti and Joseph J. Spengler, Editors:  Administration and Economic Development.  Duke University Commonwealth-Studies Center, Publication Number 18.  Durham, NC:  Duke University Press; London:  Cambridge University Press.  1963.  Pp. vi, 312.  Reviewed in The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science.  Vol. 30, February, 1964, Number 1, pp. 141-42.

 3.    1965    P. N. Rosenstein-Rodan, Editor:  Capital Formation and Economic Development.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press (Toronto:  General Publishing).  1964.  Pp. 164.  Reviewed in The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, XXXI, No. 3.  August, pp. 466-67.

 4.    1965    P. N. Rosenstein-Rodan, Editor:  Pricing and Fiscal Policies.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press (Toronto:  General Publishing).  1964.  Pp. 216.  Reviewed in The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, XXXI, No. 3.  August, pp. 466-67.

 5.    1966    John Pincus:  Economic Aid and International Cost Sharing.  The RAND Corporation.  Baltimore, MD:  Johns Hopkins Press (Toronto:  Copp Clark).  1965.  Pp. xviii, 221.  Reviewed in The Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, XXXII, No. 4, November 1966, pp. 539-40.
 
 6.    1967    D. Bright Singh:  Economics of Development—With Special Reference to India.  (New York:  Asia Publishing House, 1966).  Reviewed in The American Economic Review, Vol. 57, June-Dec. 1967, pp. 1342-1343.
 7.    1968    Harry G. Johnson:  Economic Policies Toward Less Developed Countries.  (London:  George Allen and Unwin Ltd., 1967).  Pp. xvi, 279.  Reviewed in Canadian Journal of Economics, No. 3, August 1968, pp. 656-657.

 8.    1969    Peter Gregory:  Industrial Wages in Chile.  (New York:  Cornell University, 1967).  Pp. xii, 113.  Reviewed in Hispanic American Historical Review, No. 3, August 1969, pp. 583-584.

 9.    1970    Carlos F. Diaz-Alejandro:  Essays on the Economic History of the Argentine Republic.  (New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1970).  Reviewed in Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 6, Part I, May 1974, pp. 185-186.

10.    1977    Eric N. Baklanoff:  Expropriation of U.S. Investments in Cuba, Mexico, and Chile.  (New York, Washington, London:  Praeger Publishers, Inc., 1975).  Reviewed in Journal of Latin American Studies, 9, 2, 1977, pp. 316-317.

11.    1977    Jon P. Gunnemann (ed.):  The Nation-State and Transnational Corporations in Conflict.  With Special Reference to Latin America.  (New York, Washington, London:  Praeger Publishers, Inc., 1975).  Reviewed in Journal of Latin American Studies, 9, 2, 1977, pp. 317-319.

12.    1977    Theodore H. Moran:  Multinational Corporations and the Politics of Dependence.  Copper in Chile.  (Princeton, New Jersey:  Princeton University Press, 1974).  Reviewed in Journal of Latin American Studies, 9, 2, 1977, pp. 319-320.

13.    1977    Ann Seidman (ed.):  Natural Resources and National Welfare:  The Case of Copper.  (New York, Washington, London:  Praeger Publishers, Inc., 1975).  Reviewed in Journal of Latin American Studies, 9, 2, 1977, pp. 320-322.

14.    1977    Franklin Tugwell:  The Politics of Oil in Venezuela.  (Stanford, California:  Stanford University Press, 1975).  Reviewed in Journal of Latin American Studies, 9, 2, 1977, pp. 322-323.

15.    1977    Dolph Warren Zink:  The Political Risks for Multinational Enterprise in Developing Countries.  With a Case Study of Peru.  (New York, Washington, London:  Praeger Publishers, Inc., 1973).  Reviewed in Journal of Latin American Studies, 9, 2, 1977, pp. 322-323.

16.    1978    Jere R. Behrman:  Foreign Trade Regimes and Economic Development:  Chile.  New York:  National Bureau of Economic Research 1976, distributed by Columbia University Press.  The Journal of Economic History, Vol. XXXVIII, June, No. 2.

17.    1978    Stefan De Vylder:  Allende's Chile:  The Political Economy of the Rise and Fall of the Unidad Popular.  (New York and London:  Cambridge University Press, 1976) in American Political Science Review, Vol. 72, No. 1, March 1978, pp. 305-306.

18.    1979    Henry W. Kirsch:  Industrial Development in a Traditional Society:  The Conflict of Entrepreneurship and Modernization in Chile.  (Gainesville, Florida:  University Presses of Florida, 1977).  Reviewed in Hispanic American Historical Review, May 1979, pp. 354-355.

19.    1980    Brian Loveman:  Chile:  The Legacy of Hispanic Capitalism.  (New York, Oxford University Press, 1979) in the Journal of Economic History, Vol. XL, No. 1, March 1980, pp. 205-206.

20.    1981    Barbara Stallings:  Class Conflict and Economic Development in Chile, 1958-1973.  (Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 1978).  Pp. xviii, 295, in Hispanic American Historical Review, February 1981, p. 132.

21.    1981    Lynn Krieger Mytelka:  Regional Development in a Global Economy:  The Multinational Corporation, Technology, and Andean Integration.  (New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press, 1979).  In American Political Science Review, September 1981, pp. 840-841.

22.    1987    Christopher Abel and Colin M. Lewis (eds.):  Latin America, Economic Imperialism and the State:  The Political Economy of the External Connection From Independence to the Present.  (London and Dover, New Hampshire:  The Athlone Press, Institute of Latin American Studies Monograph No. 12, 1985).  Pp. xiv+540.  In Journal of Latin American Studies, Volume 19, Part 1, May 1987, pp. 204-207.

23.    1987    Rosemary Thorp (ed.):  Latin America in the 1930s.  The Role of the Periphery in World Crisis.  (London and Basingstoke:  Macmillan in association with St. Antony's College, Oxford, 1984), pp. xii+344.  In Journal of Latin American Studies, Volume 19, Part 1, May 1987, pp. 214-215.

24.    1989    Barry Ames, Political Survival:  Politicians and Public Policy in Latin America (Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1987) in American Political Science Review, September 1989, Vol. 83, Number 3, pp. 1044-1045.

25.    1991    Christopher Mitchell, Changing Perspectives in Latin American Studies:  Insights From Six Disciplines.  (Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 1988) in Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 71, Number 3 (August), pp. 614-615.

26.    1992    James L. Dietz and Dilmus D. James (eds.), Progress Toward Development in Latin America:  From Prebisch to Technological Autonomy (Boulder, CO:  Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1990).  Pp. vii+232.  In Studies in Comparative International Development, Volume 27 (Summer), 1992, Number 2, pp. 106-108.

27.    1993    Anders Danielson, Public Sector Expansion and Economic Development, Sources and Consequences of Development Finance in Jamaica, 1962-84 (Lund, Sweden:  Lund Economic Studies, 1991.  x+243 pp.) in IberoAmericana, Nordic Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. XXIII:  1-2, pp. 147-149.

28.    1994    Leslie Bethell, ed., The Cambridge History of Latin America.  Vol. 8.  Latin America Since 1930:  Spanish South America (Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1991.  Maps.  Bibliographical essays.  Index.xv, 919 pp) in Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 74, Number 2 (May), pp. 353-354.

29.    1997    Victor Bulmer-Thomas, The Economic History of Latin America Since Independence (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994.  Pp. xv, 485.  Illustrations.  Notes.  Appendices.  Bibliography.  Index.) in The Americas, Vol. 53, Number 4 (April), pp. 610-612.

30.    1999    Laura Randall, The Political Economy of Latin America in the Postwar Period.  (Austin:  University of Texas Press, 1997).  THE AMERICAS, Vol. 55, No. 4 (April), pp. 661-662.

31.    2001    Patricio Valdivieso, Ein Weg zur Sozialreform in Lateinamerika: Die Rezeption der katholischen Sociallehre Europas in Chile, 1880-1920. Histoamericana 7. Stuttgart: Verlag Hans-Dieter Heinz, Akademischer Verlag Stuttgart, 1998. Tables. Notes. Bibliography. 451 pp. Cloth. Hispanic American Historical Review 81: 3-4, August-November 2001, pp. 816-817.

32.     2005    J. Mark Payne, Daniel Zovatto G., Carrillo Florez, and Andres Allamand Zavala, Democracies in Development: Politics and Reform in Latin America. (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2002) THE AMERICAS, Vol. 61, Number 3 (January), pp. 542-543.



OTHER:

1.    Numerous (more than 100) newspaper and journal articles, interviews and lecture coverage.

2.    Appeared on cover page of Guia Financiera, Montevideo Uruguay, 20 de Diciembre de 1982 — Ańo 6 — No. 264.

3.    Appeared as only guest in hour long Larry King Radio Talk Show on “Economic Dimensions of Invasion of Iraq to Kuwait,” August 10, 1990, Washington, D.C.

4.    Consultant to governments, governmental and international agencies, corporations and firms.

5.     Was one of the 150 “world leaders” from 47 countries invited by Diario Financiero, a leading financial newspaper in Santiago, Chile, to contribute to its 16th Anniversary Issue: Chile in the Eyes of the World (Chile a los ojos del Mundo) 2004.

EDITORSHIPS:

1.    Member of International Advisory Board of the Statistical Abstract of Latin America, UCLA Latin American Center Publications, University of California, Los Angeles.

2.    Member, Board of Editors, Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs, 1983-1996.

3.    Contributing Editor, Handbook of Latin American Studies of Library of Congress.



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