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PLA 6550 - FALL 2001

The following is a planning bibliography centered on globalization
and sustainable development, reflecting the interests of the instructor.
Some references are annotated. More annotations and more material
are gradually being added. Search the bibliography by keywords
to complement the Syllabus and as an aid for the term project.

Last revised: 24 August 2001

Abrash, Abigail (2001) The Victim in Indonesia's Pursuit of Progress. New York Times, March 6. [Abrash NYT Victim in Indonesia]

Abu-Lughod, Janet and Richard Hay, eds. Third World Urbanization, Maaroufa Press, Inc., Chicago, 1977.

Ackerman, Frank (2001) Autistic Economics vs. the Environment. PAE News, No. 5, March 13. [Ackerman PAENews Environmnt]

Acosta, Maruja and Jorge E. Hardoy, Urban Reform in Revolutionary Cuba, Antilles Research Program, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1973.

American Planning Association (1999) "Sustainable Development Internet Resources." Interplan, No. 62, Summer, p.12. New York, International Division, c/o Institute of Public Administration.

Amin, Samir, Accumulation in a World Scale, Vol. 1, pp. 1-136, (esp. pp. 91-136).

Amin, Samir, Unequal Development or Accumulation on the World Scale.

Anderson, Perry, Passages from Antiquity to Feudalism (read selectively).

Andre G. Frank (1979) Dependent Accumulation and Underdevelopment. Read selectively

Andrews, E.L. (1999) "Sweden, the Welfare State, Basks In New Prosperity" New York Times, October, p.4.

Andrews, Edmund (2001) Germany Weighs Overhaul of 'Consensus' Capitalism. New York Times, February 14. [Andrews NYT Germany co-deter]

Angier, Natalie (2001) A Fresh Look at the Straying Ways of the Female Chimp. New York Times, May 15, p.F3. (Chimpanzee social and reproductive structure) [Angier 01 NYT Female chimp]

Arrighi and Saul, Essays on the Political Economy of Africa, Chs. 1-2, 6, 8.

Arrighi, Giovanni and John S. Saul (1993) Essays on the Political Economy of Africa. New York, Monthly Review Press, Chs. 1-2, 6, 8.

Arthus-Bertrand, Yann (1999) Earth from Above. New York, Hrry N. Abrams, Inc. (Overflew and photographed 75 countries, shooting out the open door of a helicopter. 170 large color photographs, many of them stunning. Divided into 11 sections, each anchored by a thematic essay. The most consistently recurring topic in the essays and images is our troubled and in many ways dysfunctional relationship with nature, with much attention to cities. Reviews from Amazon.com, including Scientific American.) Arthus 99 rev/ScA Earth f/abv

"Asia's Hubs: Last Men Standing" (1999) Economist, April 3, 55-58. Only Hong Kong and Singapore remain as regional business hubs.

"Asia's Lethal Computers - Nerd Wo, October 30, 46. Hacking, spamming, and spreading viruses by governments as acts of aggression against other countries.

Associated Press, (2001) Global Warming Threat Worsening, Report Says. New York Times, January 23. [AP NYT Global warming]

Balibar, Etienne, "From Periodization to Mode of Production," in L. Althusser, Reading Capital.

Baran and Sweezy, "Notes on the theory of Imperialism", Monthly Review, March 1966, pp. 15-31.

Baran, "On the Political Economy of Backwardness," in Agarwala and Singh, Economics of Underdevelopment, Oxford University Press (paperback), 1963, pp. 75-92.

Baran, Paul (1963) "On the Political Economy of Backwardness," in Agarwala and Singh, Economics of Underdevelopment. Oxford University Press paperback, pp. 75-92.

Bearak, Barry (1998) "New Bangladesh Disaster: Wells that pump Poison." New York Times, November 10.

"Behind Bars in the U.S. and Europe" (1999) Scientific American, August, 25. Prisoner populations per 100 thousand.

Beneria, Lourdes and Vietorisz, Thomas (2000), Precarious Jobs, Globalization, and Corporate Accountability. Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, June 30.

Berman, Paul (2000) "Mexico’s Third Way." New York Times Magazine,July 2, 34-39.

Bernal, Martin (1985) Black Athena. New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press. An unorthodox view on Greek antiquity. Scan the introductory overview sections.

BERNERS-LEE, TIM, JAMES HENDLER and ORA LASSILA (2001 The Semantic Web. Scientific American, May, 35-44. A new form of Web content that is meaningful to computers will unleash a revolution of new possibilities. [Berners 01 SCIAM Semantic web]

Biegelbauer, Peter J. (2000) (Rev Z Acs 2001.) 130 Years of Catching up With the West: A comparative perspective on Hungarian industry, science and technology policy-making since industrialization. Ashgate: Aldershoop,. $74.95. Pp. xiv 250. [Biegelbauer 00 rev Acs Hung tec]

Birdsall, Karen, University of Cambridge (1999-2000). "Covert Earning Schemes at the Russian Workplace: 'Everyday Crime' or Practices of Survival?" Working paper presented at a series of seminars at the University of Sussax on 'Restructuring Employment and Work in East-Central Europe,' available from web site: http://www.geog.susx.ac.uk/research/changing_europe/restructuring.html

Blueprint for a Sustainable Bay Area (1996) San Francisco, Urban Ecology, Inc.

Bobrick, Benson (2001) WIDE AS THE WATERS The Story of the English Bible and the Revolution It Inspired. New York, Simon and Schuster. Reviewed by Edward Rothstein, New York Times, July 28. (Translations "sanctioned the right and capacity of people to think for themselves" and were related, partly because of the unique shape of the English Reformation, to a habit of independent thought that is critical to democracy —from Amazon book review.) Bobrick 01 NYTrev Bible revol

Boglar, L. Indians and neocolonialism: A Venezuelan case (original in Hungarian) will be discussed in class.

Brody, Jane E. (1999) "Diet Change May Avert Need for Ritalin." New York Times, Nov 2, F8. ADHD disorder. (For Juan)

Brunger, Scott, New School Ph.D. thesis on Algeria, Nigeria, and the Ivory Coast.

Burgess, Rob et al., eds. (1997) The Challenge of Sustainable Cities : Neoliberalism and Urban Strategies in Developing Countries. Zed Books.

"By the Numbers: Behind Bars in the U.S. and Europe" (1999) Scientific American, August, p.25. Prisoner populations, poverty.

Calder, Nigel, Timescale

California's Power Shortage: Unplugged (2000) Economist, Dec 23, 30-31.

Cardozo, Fernando E., and Paletto, Enzo, Dependence and Development in Latin America. Univ. of California Press, 1979.

Carrick, Chris (1999) A note on Western vs. indigenous planning. E-mail, June 23.

Carson, Rachel (1962) Silent Spring. New York, Houfghton-Mifflin. Scan the whole book.

Castells, Manuel (1994) New Left Review, 204, p.18-32. Holds out European social mozaic as an ideal configuration for information based economic social development and states that the existence of a solid structure of civil society is a major advantage for a more egalitarian society.

Castells, Manuel (1996, 1997, 1998) The Information Age: Economy, Society, and Culture, Vol I-III. Malden, MA and Oxford, England, Blackwell. Read the concluding chapters: Vol. I, 469-78; Vol II, 354-362; Vol. III, 335-360; scan all three volumes. Suggested: read also the 2-4 page summary or concluding section of each of the 19 chapters in the three volumes.

Castells, Manuel, The Urban Question, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1977.

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and the Economic Policy Institute (2000) [Report on income distribution cited by Cox (2000). richest 20 percent of households now earn at least 11 times the income of the poorest 20 percent, much worse than two decades ago.]

Chapman, Gary (2001) Paying for Net Foils "Public Space" Idea. The Los Angeles Times, Thursday, May 3. [Chapman 01 Internet publicspace]

Chapman, Gary (2001) Internet Battle Is Idealism vs. Income. The Los Angeles Times, April 19. (Closed media networks) [Chapman 01 INS internet/mkt]

Chapman, Gary (2000) "Mexico Has Resources for High-Tech Success." The Los Angeles Times, Monday, Oct 2.

Chapman, Gary (1999) Inequality Runs Deeper than Skills Gap. Los Angeles Times, July 19.

Chester, Jeffrey A. (2001) Web Behind Walls. Technology Review, June, 94-95. (Left unchecked, cable firms will funnel Internet traffic to their own content -- and the Web won't be wordly or wide.) [Chester 01 TcRev INS web vs mkt]

Chen, Donald D. T. (2000) "The Science of Smart Growth." Scientific American, December, 84-91.

Clark, Margaret S. and Judson Mills (1993). The difference between communal and exchange relationships: What it is and is not. 19(6), 684-691. (J)

Clarke, Simon, University of Warwick (1999-2000). "Do Russian Households have survival strategies?". Working paper presented at a series of seminars at the University of Sussax on 'Restructuring Employment and Work in East-Central Europe,' available from web site: http://www.geog.susx.ac.uk/research/changing_europe/restructuring.html

Cleaver, Harry, Origins of the Green Revolution, PH.D. Thesis, Stanford University.

Cleaver, Harry, "The Contradictions of the Green Revolution," Monthly Review, June, 1972, 80-111.

Cleaver, Harry, "The Internationalization of Capital and the Mode of Production in Agriculture," Seminar on the Political Economy of Agriculture, A.N.S. Institute of Social Studies, Patna, India, March 4-6, 1976 (in library).

Cohen, Robert, "Brave New World of the Global Car", Challenge, May. June 1981.

Cohen, Robert, "Structural Change in International Banking and its Implications for the U.S. Economy" in U.S. Congress, Joint Economic Committee, Special Study on Economic Change, vol. 9.

Cohen, Roger (2000) "Growing Up and Getting Practical Since Seattle." New York Times, September 24. (WTO Prague/Seattle.)

Cox, M.W. and Alm, Richard (2000) "Why Decry the Wealth Gap?" New York Times, Jan 24, A25. [ Comment on 2 reports: Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and the Economic Policy Institute on income distribution, Federal Reserve Bank on asset distribution.]

"Crisis in the Great Plains: The dying of the Little Towns" (1999) Economist, September 18, 32.

Crowley, Susan L. (2001) A Daughter's Ordeal Sheds Light on Caring. AARP Bulletin, April, 3, 11-13. (Senile dementia, warning signs, to do, where to get help) [H]

Cséfalvay Zoltan (1999) Helyunk a nap alatt: Magyarorszag es Budapest a Globalizacio koraban (Our Place under the Sun: Hungary and Budapest in the Age of Globalization). Budapest, Kairosz Kiado.

Czaban, Laszlo, University of Manchester (1999-2000). The reorganisation of companies and the transformation of work organisations: employment strategies in Hungarian firms in the mid-1990s. Working paper presented at a series of seminars at the University of Sussax on 'Restructuring Employment and Work in East-Central Europe,' available from web site: http://www.geog.susx.ac.uk/research/changing_europe/restructuring.html

Dale, Reginald (2001) Movement Brings Together Strange Bedfellows From Right and Left. International Herald Tribune, Friday, March 16. [Dale IHT Anti-globalization]

Damasio, Antonio (1999) The Feeling of What Happens: Body and Emotion in the Making of Consciousness. New York, Harcourt Brace.Deutsch, C,H. (1999) "Unlikely Allies with the United Nations." New York Times, Dec 10, C1,18. UNDP corporate partnerships.

Deutsch, Claudia (1999) "Unlikely Allies with the United Nations." New York Times, Dec 10, pp.C1, C18. Ambiguous corporate ties to UNDP: contributions create better access to developing countries.

Development Dialogue, Special Issue, "Towards a Theory of Rural Development

Devlin, Robert, "External Finance and Commercial Banks: Their Role in Latin America's Capacity to Import," 1951-1975, CEPAL Review, No. 9, December 1979.United Nations.

Diamond, Stanley (1974) In Search of the Primitive: A Critique of Civilization. New Brunswick, NJ. Transaction Books. See esp. chapters 1, 4 , 8.

Dineen, John P., Clark, Hewitt B., & Risley, Todd R. (1977). "Peer tutoring among elementary students: Educational benefits to the tutor." Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 10 (2), 231- 238. (Juan)

Doi, L. Takeo (1960). "Amae: A key concept for understanding Japanese personality structure." In Smith, Robert J. & Beardsley, Richard K (Eds.), Japanese Culture: Its Development and Characteristics, (pp. 307-314). Chicago: Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Inc. (Juan)

Dore, R. P., "Land Reform as counter-Revolution," Bulletin of Conserned Asian Scholars, Vol. 3, No. 1, Winter-Spring, 1971.

Dowd, Maurine (2001) Drill, Grill and Chill. New York Times, May 20, editorial. (We are America: a sarcastic self-portrait of current cultural proclivities.) [Dowd 01 NYT Drill Grill & Chill]

Dowd, Maurine (1997) "The Brain Drain." New York Times, Aug 9, editorial. (Comment on size difference between male and female brain.)

Dumont, Rene and Rosier, Bernard (1970) The Hungry Future. New York, Praeger.

E-commerce (1999). http://www.nytimes.com/library/tech/99/09/biztech/technology/? Report covers online buying and selling, from online advertising to customer service, taxation to direct marketing. Online sites.

"E-xaggeration." (1999) Economist, October 30. 'The digital economy is much smaller than you think."

Earthpulse (2001) Rising Tide of Concern. National Geographic Magazine, Jan 2. (Climate warming, sea level rise, IPCC report II.) [Nat Geo Mag - Sea Level] [Nat Geo JPEG image]

Economist (1996) The Middle shall inherit cyberspace, not the meek. March 2, p. 72. (Middlemen in e-commerce). ECT 96 The middle in..cyberspc ECT 96 The middle in..cyberspc

Economist (1997) Goodbye to poverty, maybe, perhaps. June 14, p.50.

Economist (1998) Free Software: Red Hat Trick. October 3, 76-77; also McAdams' (Cornell business school) 29-page collection of articles on Linux and other freeware, including Hugh, Josh "For the Love of Hacking" Forbes, August 10, 94-100; Radosewich, Linda, "Freeware Goes Corporate" Info Wolrld Electric, June 12; "Free Money Model: Open source software can make business sense" Info World Electric, June 12; "What is Copyleft?" GNU project, Free Software Foundation, May 24; "Categories of Free and Non-free Software" Free Software Foundation, June 19; and others.

Economist (1999) Drowning in Oil and Cheap Oil: the Next Shock. March 6, pp.19, 23-25.

Economist (1999) France: Jospin's Way. Sep 18, p.55. Jospin cited as seeming "to take for granted liberal globalization, its consequences, and the Americans' controlling role."

Economist (1999) Frictions in Cyberspace. November 20, p.94. "Retailing on the Internet, it is said, is almost perfectly competitive. Really?"

Economist (1999) Germany's Reform Battle. Sep 18, 53-55. (Graphs: GDP growth and unemployment trend comparisons with other countries.)

Economist (1999) Hotting Up and Emissions: Seeing Green. October 30, pp. 22, 73. (Climate change, the UN treaty; increasing corporate interest in grenhouse emision trading.)

Economist (2000) Bright Young Things : Survey of the Young Dec 23, special section.

Economist (2000) Germany and its chancellor grow even stronger, Dec 23, 69-70. (Pension system reform; demographic ratio graph for 8 countries.)

Economist (2000) Go West, Young Han: China's plans to develop western provinces are about more than economics" Dec 23, 45-46.

Economist (2000) Hungarian Economic Review. Dec 23, promotional supplement.

Economist (2000) Inside the machine: a survey of e-management. Nov 11, special section.

Economist (2000) Is Bluetooth Worth the Wait? Economist Technology Quarterly, December 9, 12-18. (Very short range wireless interconnections among devices.)

Economist (2001) A Survey of Software. April 14.

Economist (2001) Developing giant airships: Big birds. Aug 2. ("Can airships make a comeback as heavy lifters?")

ECT 01 Transport - Big airships

Economist (2001) Country briefings: Home page http://www.economist.com/countries/ also ECT 01 Country Briefings

Economist (2001) Country Briefings: Hungary http://www.economist.com/countries/Hungary/ also ECT 01 Hungary briefing

Economist (2001) Does inequality matter? June 16. ("The new rich may worry about envy, but everyone should worry about poverty.") ECT 01 Does Inequality Mtr?

Economist (2001) E-strategy Brief: General Electric -- While Welch waited. May 17. ("This week we launch a series of case studies of how big established companies are developing their e-business strategies. We begin with a look at how the biggest of them all, General Electric, almost missed the boat." ECT 01 E-strategy GE

Economist (2001) E-strategy brief: Seven-Eleven -- Over the counter e-commerce. May 24. ("How to blend e-commerce with traditional retailing.") ECT 01 E-strategy 7-11

Economist (2001) E-Strategy brief: Siemens -- Electronic glue. May 31. ("The third in our series on e-strategies looks at Siemens and asks whether, by embracing the Internet, a conglomerate can become more cohesive.") ECT 01 E-strategy Siemens

Economist (2001) E-strategy brief: Merrill Lynch -- A reluctant success. Jun 7. ("In our fourth e-strategy brief, we take a look at Merrill Lynch. No big Wall Street firm had more to lose from the Internet, and none has made better use of it.") ECT 01 E-strategy Merrill

Economist (2001) E-strategy brief: Cemex -- The Cemex Way. Jun 14. ("In our fifth e-strategy brief, we look at a rarity: a company in the industrialising world that has used e-business to steal a march on its rich-world rivals.") ECT 01 E-strategy Cemex

Economist (2001) E-strategy Brief: Valeo -- Less than the sum of its parts. Jun 21. ("Valeo, a troubled French car-parts maker, embraced the Internet late and then almost immediately fell upon hard times. Pure coincidence?") ECT 01 E-strategy Valeo

Economist (2001) E-strategy brief: Enron -- A matter of principals. June 28. (In this, the last of our seven e-strategy briefs, we look at how Enron’s spectacularly successful Internet effort has reinforced, but not transformed, its existing business.) ECT 01 E-strategy Enron

Economist (2001) E-management -- Older, wiser, webbier. Jun 28. (E-strategy briefs summary. "The greatest impact of the Internet looks like being found in old firms, not new ones.) ECT 01 E-strategy sum

Economist (2001) Fast container ships: How to shrink the world. Aug 2. ("Could container ships as fast as speedboats soon shorten global supply chains? A transport revolution is waiting to happen.) ECT 01 Transport - Fast ships

Economist (2001) Globalisation through French eyes: Putting the brakes on. Aug 2, 43-44. ("The force of globalisation is a fact of modern life, French leaders accept. But they feel it needs to be kept in check.") ECT 01 Globalization French vue

Economist (2001) Online services: The human touch. April 12, 6-61. Two articles consider how companies are changing the way they use the Internet. The first looks at a new wave of "cyborg" firms that combine computer power with human expertise; the second examines why previously free services are now being charged for. Economist 01 Online..human touch

Economist (2001) REPORT: COMPUTER NETWORKS -- Computing power on tap. Jun 21. ("In the first of two articles, we look at the most ambitious attempt yet to combine millions of computers seamlessly around the world–to make processing power available on demand anywhere, rather like electrical power. The second article examines how firms could benefit from installing mini-grids of their own.") ECT 01 Tech 6/23 grid comput 1 and ECT 01 Tech 6/23 grid comput 2

Economist (2001) SURVEY: THE NEW RICH -- The new wealth of nations. June 14. ("The world is getting both wealthier and less equal. Whether that is a good thing is increasingly up to the rich, says Matthew Bishop.) ECT 01 Survey - New rich

Economist (2001) The EU outside Brussels: Wider still and wider. Aug 2. ("The EU family spreads its wings." Map, numbers of staff.) ECT 01 The EU outside Brussels

Economist (2001) The truth about the environment. Aug 2. ("Environmentalists tend to believe that, ecologically speaking, things are getting worse and worse. Bjorn Lomborg, once deep green himself, argues that they are wrong in almost every particular." But ased on Wade (2001) in the NYT, the Economist considerably overstates Lomborg’s position.) ECT 01 rev Lomborg skept envir

Ecsedy, I.ldiko (1989) "On the Social and Economic Structure of Nomadic Societies." In Tökei, F. ed. Primitive Society and Asiatic Mode of Production, Budapest, 1989, 63-90.

Ecsedy, I.ldiko (1989) "The Asiatic Basis of Chinese Civilization." In Tökei, F. ed. Primitive Society and Asiatic Mode of Production, Budapest, 1989, 33-62.

Egan, Timothy (2001) As Others Abandon Plains, Indians and Bison Come Back. New York Times, May 27, A1, 20. (Agriculture fading out, total population drops, Indian population increases; casinos, bison management; native ecology returning) [Egan 01 NYT Indians bison back]

Elson, Diane and Cagatay, Nilufer (1999) "Engendering Macroeconomic Policy and Budgets for Sustainable Human Development." New York, UNDP, First Global Forum on Human Development, 29-31 July

Engels, Friedrich Origins of the Family, Private Property, and the State. with Eleanor Leacock's Introduction, Vintage edition.

Engels, Origins of the Family, Private Property, and the State, with Eleanor Leacock's Introduction (Vintage edition).

Engels, Origins of the Family, Private Property, and the State, with Eleanor Leacock's Introduction (Vintage edition).

Ennius (2C AD) Satires. Ffrom Alison Jolly, Lucy's Legacy, p.455 fn8. "Simia quam similis turpissima bestia nobis."

European Commission (1996) European Sustainable Cities. Report, Expert Group on the Urban Environment. Brussels. Download via <http://europa.eu.int/comm/environment/urban/home_en.htm>; find multilingual download links to the full report and executive (and shorter) summaries tabulated at <http://europa.eu.int/comm/environment/urban/home_en.htm#European>. Read Executive Summary and Ch. 1-3 of full report.

European Commission (1997) Towards and Urban Agenda in the European Union. Brussels, 06.05.1997. Can be downloaded via <www.inforegio.cec.eu.int/urban/forum/src/ppaper01.htm>

European Commission Database on Good Practice in Urban Management and Sustainability. Case studies search; document search; links to related information sourcesd. <http://europa.eu.int/comm/urban/>>

Evans, Philip, and Wurster, T.S. (1999) "Getting Real about Virtual Commerce." Harvard Business Review, November-December, 85-94.

Evans, Philip, and Wurster, T.S. (1999) Blown to Bits: How the New The Internet Economics of Information Transforms Strategy. Harvard Business School Press, November.

Fagan, Brian (2001) The Little Ice Age: How Climate Made History 1300-1850. New York, Basic Books. (The Little Ice Age offers clues to how our society might handle a major climate change.) Review by Keay Davidson, Scientific American, May 2001, 90-91.

Federal Reserve Bank (2000) [Survey of consumer finances cited by Cox (2000). Average net worth of families earning less than $10,000 a year had fallen by $6,600 over the past three years, while households earning more than $100,000 a year had seen their wealth jump by more than $300,000.]

Fels, Anna (1971) A No-Drug Approach to Wellness. New York Times, January 23, F6. (Depression; one of our culture's most deeply held beliefs, that consciousness is the central organizing and shaping force of our minds, vs. one of peripheral brain areas) [S]

Ferber, Marianne A, and Nelson, Julie A, (1993) Beyond Economic Man: Feminist Theory and Economics. Chicago, University of Chicago Press. See esp. Chs. 2, 6.

Firestone, David (1999) "Suburban Comforts Thwart Atlanta's Plans to Limit Sprawl." New York Times, Nov 21, 1,20.

Flyvbjerg, Bent (1998) Rationality and Power: Democracy in Practice. Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. [H]

Forester, John (1982) "Planning in the Face of Power," APA Journal, Winter, 67-80. Coping with disinformation as a dimension of power; an essential guide to action.

Forester, John (1999) "Reflections on the Future Understanding of Planning Practice." International Planning Studies, Vol.4, No.2, 175-193.

Forester, John (1999) The Deliberative Practitioner. Cambridge, MA, The MIT Press

Foster-Carter, Aidan (1978) "The Mode of Production Debate," New Left Review, Jan.-Feb.

Fraiberg, Selma, Edna Adelso, and Vivian Shapiro (1980). "Ghosts in the Nursery: A Psychoanalytic Approach to the Problems of Impaired Infant-Mother Relationships." In S. Faiberg Ed., Clinical Studiews in Infant Mental Health." New York, Basic Books. Originally publ. in Journal of the Academy of Child Psychiatry, 14, 387-421.

Frank, Andre Gunder, Capitalism and Underdevelopment in Latin America, Part II, "On the 'Indian Problem' in Latin America".

Frank, Andre Gunder, Dependent Accumulation and Underdevelopment, 1979.

Frank, Andre Gunder, World Accumulation 1492-1789, Monthly Review Press.

Frank, Thomas (2000) One Market, Under God: Extreme Capitalism, Market Populism, and the End of Economic Democracy. New York, Doubleday.

Frederich, F. (19??) The Loyalty Effect: The hidden force behind growth, profits and lasting value. ISBN 0-87584-448-0 "He absolultely nails the premise that companies which create equitable value for all stakeholders do better long term from the perspectives of competitive strength, market growth and sustainable profits. The key, of course, is long term. He's very interesting at the start on the need for new economic measures to define more accurately what real costs and profits are all about. Economics isn't my field, so I'd really welcome your assessment." - Tom Behr)

Freire, Paulo, Pedagogy of the Oppressed, esp. Parts I and IV.

French, Howard W. (2001) Hypothesis: A Scientific Gap. Conclusion: Japanese Custom. August 7. (Rice culture: water sharing, in-step planting. Suppression of individuality. In science, grant sharing, promotion by age, avoidance of debate, tendency to choose easy projects.) French 01 NYT Japan science gap French 01 NYT Japan science gap

Friedman, Thomas L. (1999) "A Manifesto for the Fast World." New York Times Magazine, March 28, p.40 ff. ("From supercharged financial markets to Osama bin Laden, the emerging global order demands an enforcer. That's America's new burden.")

Friedman, Thomas L. (1999) "Social Safety Net." New York Times, November 3. (A WTO-friendly financial/computer approach to Third World poverty alleviation.)

Friedman, Thomas L. (2000) "Boston E-Party." New York Times, January 1, 2000, Sec 4 p.1.

Friedman, Thomas L. (2001) Introducing the China Ruling Party. New York Times, August 11. ("A Communist Party with capitalists in it is like a vegetarian restaurant that also serves steak or a nudist colony with bikinis: it's a contradiction so fundamental that it strips the original thing of all meaning. … If there is any hope for China to make a stable transition from a Maoist totalitarian system to a more open, multi-party, free-market system, it rests on the calculation that China will follow the same basic path that South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore and Taiwan have taken. All four of these Asian nations started out as military or military-style dictatorships. They then evolved into partnerships between the military and the business classes. And then these military- business alliances gradually produced prosperity that grew a large middle class, which eventually demanded multi-party democracy.") Friedman 01 NYT China rul party

Friedman, Thomas L. (2001) Noblesse Oblige. New York Times, July 31. (Confronting the US, the new rogue nation.) Friedman 01 NYT US new rogue

Friedman, Thomas L. (2001) Protesting for Whom? New York Times, April 24. [Friedman 01 NYT Protesting for] See also IsTrade Path out of Poverty? New York Times, April 26. (Letters in response to Friedman.) [NYT 01 Is Trade..Poverty?]

Friedman, Thomas L. (2001) The New Mideast Paradigm. New York Times, March 6. [Friedman NYT Mid East paradigm]

Friedman, Thomas L. (2001) "Threat of cyber serfdom looming." New York Times, January 30. (Work, attention and device overload, partial attention.) [Friedman NYT Cyber serfdom]

Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, and People & Planet (formerly Third World First) (2001) Stop Global Warming - Boycott ESSO: Stop Esso campaign. (Bush rejection of Kyoto Protocol, the case against EXXON. Includes much documentation.) <www.stopesso.com>

Frobel, Heindrichs, and Kreye, The New International Division of Labor, Cambridge University Press, 1980, Introduction and part 3.

Fu-Chen Lo and Yue-man Yeung (1998) Globalization and the World of Large Cities. Washington, DC, UN University Press and Brookings. Read selectively.

Fundamentals of Political Economy (Shanghai, 1974, text published by M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 1977, G.C. Wang, Ed.), Ch 1-10, pp 1-198. This is a popular text put together by a working group, and covers Capital Vols. I-III and Lenin, with an excellent set of select additional readings. It is available in the library.

Gailey, Christine Ward, "The State of the State in Anthropology," Dialectical Anthropology, Vol 9, No 1-4, 65-90, June, 1985.

Garfinkel, Simson (2001) The Net Effect: May the Best Interface Win! Technology Review, June, 88-89. (Designing user-friendly websites.)

Gates, Henry L. (1999) "One Internet, Two Nations." On effectiveness of Black education, by Harvard prof, co-editor of Encarta Africana.

Gates, Robert M. (1998) "What War Looks Like Now." New York Times, September 5, p.16.

Gedrich, Anna (2001) Building New Museum Narratives Online. Master’s project, Teachers College, Columbia University, April 30. (See esp. the Virtual Museum.) Gedrich 01 Virtual museum

Gibbs, W.W. and Fox, Douglas (1999) "The False Crisis in Science Education." Scientific American, October, 1999, 87-93. Six steps toward math and science literacy. Vignettes of Texas, Swedish, and Canadian classrooms. School math text comarison URL. Student hypothesis diagnoser URL: cf. Diane Kuhn.

Giddens, Anthony (2000) The Third Way and its Critics. Malden, MA, Blackwell Publishers Inc. [H]

Gigabit Internet to Every Canadian Home by 2005 (2001) <http://www.canet3.net/gigabit/gigabit.html#Cable>

Ginsburg, Herbert P. & Opper, Sylvia (1988). Piaget's Theory of Intellectual Development (3rd ed.). New Jersey: Prentice Hall. (Juan)

Gladwell, Malcolm (2000) Designs For Working: Why Your Bosses Want To Turn Your New Office Into Greenwich Village. The New Yorker, December 11, 60-70. (Jane Jacobs, public spaces) [Gladwell 00 NYer Design for Wkg]

Glanz, James (2001) Web Archive Opens a New Realm of Research. New York Times, May 1. [Glanz 01 NYT Web archive sci]

Glanz, James (2001) 'The Archives Are More Democratic.' New York Times, May 1. (Responses from abroad to questions about web science archive.) [Glanz 01 NYT Sci archive ltrs]

Glanz, James (2001) Even Without Evidence, String Theory Gains Influence. New York Times, March 13. [Glanz 01 NYT String theory]

Godelier, Maurice, Preface to CERM, "Sur les societes precapitalistes," Editions Sociales, Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Marxistes (CERM), Sur le Mode de Production Asiatique, Ed. Sociales, a collection of essays and case studies.

Goldberg, Carey (2001) Down East, the Lobster Hauls Are Up Big. New York Times, May 31, 2001. (The prosperity of Maine lobstermen – who harvested 56.7 million pounds last year – is an example of sound conservation of a limited resource. Increasing observation, within a narrow community, of conservation rules about size slots and egg-bearing females supports Trivers' reciprocal altruism theory cited by Allison Jolly, p.106. See also New York Times op-ed, Maine and the Lobster Catch, June 2.) [Goldberg 01 Lobster conservati]

Goldberg, Carey (2001) Auditing Classes at M.I.T., on the Web and Free. New York Times, April 4, A1,16. (Open source, web, internet, university economy, McAdams) Goldberg 01 NYT Audit MIT web

Goldsmith and Vietorisz, Puerto Rico's Development Strategies, Cornell University, 1978; or Goldsmith & Vietorisz, "Operation Bootstrap, Industrial Autonomy, and a Pararrel Economy for Puerto Rico," International Regional Science Review, Vol. 4., Nol. 1, Fall 1979, 1-22.

Goldsmith, W.W., "More on third World Development," Journal of the American Institute of Planners, Oct. 1978 (reviews of 7 articles, some on this reading list).

Goode, Erica (1999) "New Clues to Why We Dream." New York Times, Nov 2, pp. F1,F4. New results of brain research vs. Freud.

Gottlieb, Michael S. (2001) The Future of an Epidemic. New York Times, June 5. (UN statistics forecast 150 million infected by 2021. See also several articles and maps in New York Times, Aids at 20: A Special Section. Science Section, June 5.) [Gottlieb 01 The Future of..AIDS]

Gray, John (1999) False Dawn: The Delusions of Global Capitalism. New Press.

Guinier, Lani (1994) Tyranny of the Majority. New York, The Free Press (Macmillan), Chapter 4. Effective voice for minorities requires winner-not-take-all voting, at two levels. At the electoral level, redefine the political unit from fixed territorial constituencies to voluntary interest consituencies. Note interest-based, rather than geographically-based, voting procedures with cumulative voting rules. (Col Colloq, Syl-2)

György Ádám, "New Trends in International Business. Worldwide Sourcing and Dedomiciling", Acta Economica, vol. 7 (1971), pp. 349-367.

Hafner, Katie (1998) "Mac, Windows, and Now, Linux" New York Times

Halberstam, David, The Reckoning, New York, Avon Books, 1986.

Hall, Peter and Ulrich Pfeiffer (2000) Urban Future 21 : A Global Agenda for 21st Century. E & F N Spon; ISBN: 0415240751.

Hamel, Gary and Prahalad, C.K. (1989) "Strategic Intent," Harvard Business Review, May-June, 63-76.

Hamm, B., and Muttagi, P. (1998) Sustainable Development and the Future of Cities. A UNESCO-MOST Publication, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co.

Hammond-Tooke, Arthur (1998) Role Played by the South African Business Community Against Apartheid. Summary letter and package of unpublished memoranda from the transition period.

Hampden-Turner, C., and Trompenaars, A. (1993) The Seven Cultures of Capitalism, New York, Doubleday. (Key reference; read all of it carefully and critically, evaluating different capitalist cultures from the point of view of their strong and weak points with respect to sustainability. Some of the book's conclusions need updating based on what you read in Economist.)

Hansell, Saul (2000). Wireless Web Has Big Promise but a Few Kinks. New York Times, July 10, p.C1.

Harada, Kazuhiro (2001) Gigabit Network - CANARIE.: Individual Report for E-business Immersion. Alan McAdams student paper, Cornell University. (FTTH GTTH fiber/gigabit to the home, CEN customer empowered networks, sewer work by robot, home connection, cost experience, cost estimation bases) Harada 01 McA/st FTTH net

Harmon, Michael (1995) Responsibility as Paradox: A Critique of Rational Discourse on Government. Thousand Oaks, London; Sage Publications. Read Introduction and Conclusion; study Figures 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, 6.1, 6.2, 7.1, 7.2.

Hart, Stuart L. (1997) "Beyond Greening: Strategies for a Sustainable World," Harvard Business Review, Jan-Feb 1997, 66-76. Included as lead article in McAdams, A., ed. (1998) Connecting Business and the Environment: Seminars in Industrial Ecology. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University. Download via <www.people.cornell.edu/pages/akm3/> by clicking on "Seminars in Industrial Development" then on "Table of Contents" then on "Introduction." Also via <www.hbsp.harvard.edu/hbsp/prod_detail.asp?97105.html>

Harvard Business School (1993) General Electric: Jack Welch's Second Wave. Cambridge, MA, (A), 9-391-248.

Hau, Lane Vestergaard (2001) Frozen Light. Scirntific American, July, 66-73. Slowing a beam of light to a halt may pave the way for new optical communications technology, tabletop black holes and quantum computers. Hau, L.V. 01 ScA Frozen Light

Hawken, Paul, Lovins, Amory, and Lovins, L. Hunter (1999) Natural Capitalism. Boston, Little Brown. Resource productivity, lean capitalism, zero waste, continual flow of value, sustaining natural capital. Refers to Ohno, Womack.

Hecht, Jeff (2001) Breaking the Metro Bottleneck. Technology Review, June, 48-55 (The information racing across the country in huge fiber-optic pipes hits a snarl under city streets. New optical networking techniques are clearing the way.) [Hecht 01 TcRev Metro bottleneck]

Hegel, Philosophy of History, Part 1; Aesthetics, Vol 1, Part 2, Ch. 1: Unconscious Symbolism; Vol. 2, Part 3, Sec. 1: Architecture, Ch. 1, Independent Symbolic Architecture (read selectively).

Herbert, Bob (2001) Fewer Students, Greater Gains. New York Times, March 12. [Herbert NYT Fewer Students Educ]

Hickok, Gregory, Ursula Bellugi and Edward S. Klima (2001) Sign Language in the Brain. Scientific American, June, 58-65.

Hidasi, Judit (1988) Contrastive studies Hungarian-Japanese / edited by Judit Hidasi. Budapest : Akademiai Kiado, 1988. English, Hungarian, and Japanese.

"High-Speed Data Races Home" (1999) Scientific American, October, 92-115, Special Report. Lead article by David D. Clark, same title, on: hybrid fiber cable, HFC; digital subscriber line, DSL; optical fiber, low earth orbit satellite, LEO; low multipoint distribution services , LMDS. Special article on each. Closing article P.W.Bane and S.P Bradley, "The Light at the End of the Pipe." Digital industry convergence; substitution ratio and tipping p[oint of internet and telephone use; web-hosted applications; smart agency. Remote education and medical care, virtual tours, automated marketplaces. Diminishes contact between people. [High tech, sustainable development course.]

Hillman, James (1991).. Blue Fire: Selected ritings by James Hillman. Thomas Morre, ed.

Hilton, Rodney, Ed., The Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism, Verso, London, 1978.

Hindress, Barry and Paul Q. Hirst, Pre-capitalist Modes of Production, Routleadge & Kegan Paul, London, 1975, ch. 4, "The Asiatic Mode of Production".

Hirsch, Fred (1976) The Social Limits to Growth, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul. Read 7-page summary by K. Betts. <http://home.vicnet.net.au/~aespop/positionalgoods.htm>

Hobsbawm, Pre-Capitalist Economic Formations

Hoge, Warren (2001) Inside the Arctic Circle, an Ancient People Emerge. New York Times, March 18. (Sami, nomads, Norway) [Hoge 01 NYT Sami, reindeer 1]

Hoge, Warren (2001) Kautokeino Journal: Arctic Reindeer Herders, at Home on a Range. New York Times, March 26. (Sami, nomads, Norway) [Hoge 01 NYT Sami, reindeer 2]

Hymer, Stephen, "The Internationalization of Capital," Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 6, March 1972, pp. 91-111.

Hymer, Stephen, "The Multinational Corporation and the International Division of Labor," In Bhagwati (ed.), Economics and World Order.

Hymer, Stephen, The Multinational Corporation: A Radical Critique, Cambridge University Press, November, 1979.

IBA '99 (1999) International Building Exhibition Emscher Park, www.iba.nrw.de

Ibarra David (2001) Modernidad revolucionaria y postmodernidad neoliberal, Mexico City, El Universal, June 11. (Internal and external conditions of modern development; disenchantment with rationality and science and the consequent historical end-markers) Ibarra 01 Modernidad revol'nria

ICLEI: The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives <www.iclei.org/iclei.htm> Information Clearinghouse <www.iclei.org/infoch.htm>

IEEE-USA and CCIP (2001) A Systems Engineering Approach to U.S. Voting Technology Systems. Position Statement: Draft for Comment. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and Committee on Communicatios and Information Policy, working paper, March 29. (FinalR5-Two.Doc) [McAdams 01 Voting]

IEEE-USA (1999) The Evolution of the U.S. Telecommunications Infrastructure over the Next Decade. Workshop at Cornell University chaired by Alan K. McAdams. www.johnson.cornell.edu/faculty/mcadams/workshop/ [IEEE-Cornell 99 Telecom wkshp]

Ingham, Mike, University of Salford (1999-2000). Gender and Labour Market restructuring in CEE: A cross-country comparison. Working paper presented at a series of seminars at the University of Sussax on 'Restructuring Employment and Work in East-Central Europe,' available from web site: http://www.geog.susx.ac.uk/research/changing_europe/restructuring.html

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (2001) IPCC Working Group I accepts its contribution to IPCC Third Assessment Report, "Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis." Summary for policymakers. WMO/UNEP, Shanghai, 20 January. <www.ipcc.ch/>. [S]

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (1999) Climate Change and Its Linkages with Development, Equity, and Sustainability Proceedings of the IPCC Expert meeting held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, 27-29 April 1999. Edited by Mohan Munasighe and Rob Swart. Published by LIFE, RIVM, World Bank for the IPCC, ISBN: 90-6960-084-6.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (2001) Climate Change 2001: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability Working Group II contribution to IPCC Third Assessment Report. Draft, february 19. Download from IPCC website <www.ipcc.ch/> or<www.usgcrp.gov/ipcc/> (Global warming, sea level.) [IPCC Climate change wg2spm.pdf]

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (2001) Climate Change 2001: Mitigation. Working Group III contribution to IPCC Third Assessment Report. Download from IPCC website <www.ipcc.ch/> or<www.rivm.nl/env/int/ipcc/> (Global warming, sea level.) [IPCC Climate change wg3spm.pdf]

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (2001) Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis. Working Group I contribution to IPCC Third Assessment Report. Download from IPCC website <www.ipcc.ch/> or<www.meto.gov.uk/sec5/CR_div/ipcc/wg1/>. [IPCC Climate change WGI-SPM.pdf]

Internet comment on a leaked World Bank memo on Third World "under-pollution" by Lawrence Summers. <http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/ws93/bank38.html> (from Workers Solidarity No.38, 1993); <www-.upstarts.net.au/site/ideas/system_crash/system_crash_poverty.html>

Janossy, Ferenc, Wie die Akkumulationslavine ins Rollen kam, (in library).

Jobes, Benjamin F. (2001) Fiber-To-The-Home: Public And Private Models Of "Last Mile" Connectivity. Student paper, Alan McAdams, Cornell University. (Spokane, WA) Jobes 01 McA/st FTTH publ/priv

Johnson, Kirk (2001) New York Turns Into a Lab on the Future of Electricity. New York Times, July 25. (New York like California is facing capacity limits, considers conservation. Article discusses "New York's efforts to transform electricity delivery system and cope with power needs; future of electricity in state is arriving this summer as makeshift jumble of schemes and quick fixes attempt to stave off shortages until large new plants can be built; anxiety over supplies and prices may well change attitudes of New Yorkers long before new plants open.) Johnson 01 NYT Electri svg NY

Johnston, David K. (1999) "Gap Between Rich and Poor Found Substantially Wider." New York Times, September 5, p.16.

Jolly, Allison (1999) Lucy's Legacy: Sex and Intelligence in Human Evolution. Cambridge, Harvard University Press. (Superb summary on evolution, primate societies, and the evolution of cooperative behavior.)

Jordan, Judith V., Kaplan, Alexandra G., Miller, Jean Baker, Stiver, Irene P. & Surrey, Janet L. (1991). Women's Growth in Connection: Writing from the Stone Center (Wellesley). New York: Guilford Press. Self and power definitions by women vs. men. (Juan)

Jorgensen, J.G., The Sun Dance Religion: Power for the Powerless, Introduction.

Kahane, Adam (1999) "Learning from Mont Fleur: Scenarios as a Tool for Discovering Common Ground." Global Business Network (GBN),April 12. <www.gbn.org/scenarios/fleur>

Kaplan, Robert B. (1999) "Could This Be the New World?" New York Times, Dec 27, A23.

Kasuya, Hideyuki (1999) Participatory Environmental Assessment and Three Hydropower Cases in Laos and Vietnam. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University, MRP dissertation.

Kazár, Lajos (1980) Japanese-Uralic language comparison : locating Japanese origins with the help of Samoyed, Finnish, Hungarian, etc. : an attempt by Lajos Kazar. Hamburg : Kazar-Tsurusaki Books, 1980.

Kintsch, Walter and Marita Franzke (1995). The role of background knowledge in the recall of a news story. In Kintsch, Walter (1986)

Klare, Michael T. (2001) The New Geography of Conflict. Foreign Affairs, May/June, 49-61. (Petroleum, water, and gems/minerals/timber, with map of world conflict reas)

Koc, Mustafa, MacRae, Rod, Mougeot, Luc J.A. and Welsh, Jennifer, eds. For Hunger-proof Cities: Sustainable Urban Food Systems (1999). IDRC 1999, ISBN 0-88936-882-1, ca. 240 pp., $35 Canadian (for ordering information check) http://www.idrc.ca/books/882.html

Krader, The Asiatic Mode of Production (read selectively).

Kramer, S. (1980). The technical significance and application of Mahler’s separation and individuation theory. In H. Blum (Ed.), Psychoanalytic Explorations of Technique: Discourses on the Theory of Therapy. H. Blum (Ed.), pp. 240-262. New York: International Universities Press. (Juan)

Kramer, S. (1994). The influence of Mahler and Kohut on psychoanalytic theory and practice. In Kramer and Akhtar (Eds.), Mahler and Kohut: Perspectives on Development, Psychopathology, and Technique (pp. 3-15). New Jerney: Jason Aronson, Inc. (Juan)

Kramer, S. and Akhtar, S. (1988). The developmental context of internalized preoedipal object relations. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 57, 547-576. (Juan)

Krugman, Paul (2001) Hearts and Heads. New York Times, April 22. ("Globalization is not always pretty", but... on the occasion of Quebec protests.) [Krugman 01 NYT Hearts & Heads]..See also: Seattle, Quebec and the World, NYT April 24. (Letters in response to Krugman) [NYT 01 Seattle, Quebec..]

Krugman, Paul (2000) "The Magic Mountain." New York Times, 1/23, p.wk15. [Davos man and Seattle man.]

Kurlansky, Mark (!999) The Basque History of the World. New York, Walker & Co.

Laclau, Ernesto, "Feudalism and Capitalism in Latin America," New Left Review, No. 67, 1971; also in Politics and Ideology in Marxist Theory, London, Verso, 1979.

Lane, Harlan (1984). When the Mind Hears: A history of the Deaf. New York: Random House. (Juan)

Langone, John (2001) Exploring Okinawans' Recipes for Longer Lives. New York Times, May 15, P.F6. (Book review: "The Okinawa Way: How The World's Longest-Lived People Achieve Everlasting Health" by Dr. Bradley J. Willcox, Dr. D. Craig Willcox, and Dr. Makoto Suzuki, Clarkson Potter/Publishers, $24.95) [Langone 01 NYT Long life Okinaw]

Leacock, Eleanor and N.O. Lurie, eds., North American Indians in Historical Perspective, esp. Ch. 3.

Leacock, Eleanor, Introduction to L.H. Morgan, Ancient Society: (Vintage edition)

Lenin, Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism.

Lenin, The Development of Capitalism in Russia, Progress Publishers, Moscow. See Ch I: Sec 9; Ch II: Sec 3, 104-107; Sec 13; Ch III: Sec 1-3; Ch 4: Sec 9; Ch 5: Sec 1, 9; Ch VIII: Sec 1-4.

Leontiev, Introduction to Political Economy.

Lessig, Lawrence (2001) Jail Time in the Digital Age. New York Times, July 30. (A copyright act's first prisoner ought to be its last.) Lessig 01 NYT INS copyrt arrest

Levy-Bruhl, Lucien, (1966). How Natives Think. New York, Washington Square Press. (Cited in Sacks, 1990, p.74.) Tribes with parallel use of sign and spoken language. (Juan)

Lewis, Anthony (2001) The Vision Thing. New York Times, Op Ed, July 28. Bush on on biological weapons, Kyoto. Lewis 01 NYT US world isolation

Lewis, I.M. (1982) A Pastoral Democracy. New York, Holmes and Meier. Read selectively.

"Liberty.com" (1999) Economist, October 30. 'The rise of America's high-tech industry is not just a windfall for presidential hopefuls. It could also be a godsend for the liberal political tradition.'

Light Reading, the global site for optical networking. www.lightreading.com Click on Beguinner’s Guides for introductions to technical topics.

Lissagers, Karin, "International Debt, The Banks, and U.S. Foreign Policy," Staff Report, U.S. Senate, Committee on Foreigh Relations, Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy, August 1977 (95th Congress, 1st Session)

Lopes, Carlos, The Development of Guinea-Bissan, Zed Books, 1986.

Luxemburg, Rosa, Accumulation of Capital, Sec III, Ch 25-29.

Magdoff, Harry, "Notes on the Multinational Corporation", in Sweezy and Magdoff, The Dynamics of American Capitalism, pp. 88-112.

Mahler, Margaret S., Pine, Frede, and Bergman, Anni (1975) The Psychological Birth of the Human Infant: Symbiosis and Individuation. New York, Basic Books. (J) Basic text on emergence of self, subject, object.

Mandel, Ernest, An Introduction to Marxist Economic Theory, Pathfinder Press, NY, 1970.

Mandel, Ernest, Late Capitalism, Verso, London, 1978, Ch.2.

Mandel, Ernest, The Formation of the Economic Thought of Karl Marx, Ch. on the Asiatic mode of production.

Mandel, Late Capitalism, Ch. 2, 11.

Mangabeira Unger, Roberto: see Paul Berman

Mao, An Analysis of the Classes in Chinese society.

Mao, Report on the Investigation of the Peasant Movement in Hunan.

Marcuse, Peter (1998) "Sustainability is not Enough." In Environment and Urbanization, vol. 10, No. 2, October, pp. 103-112.

Marcuse, Peter and van Kempen, Ronald (2000) Globalizing Cities -- New Spatial Order? Malden, MA, Blackwell Publishers, Inc.

Markoff, John (2000) "The Soul of the Ultimate Machine." New York Times, December 10.

Marschark, Marc (1997). Raising and educating a deaf child: A comprehensive guide to the choices, controversies, and decisions faced by parents and educators. New York: Oxford. (Juan)

Marshall Sahlins, Stone-Age Economics, Ch 1-4.

Marx and Engels, Pre-Capitalist Socioeconomic Formations: a Collection, Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1979. This volume contains many of the specific Marx and Engels references cited individually below.

Marx, Capital, Vol I-III

Marx, Grundrisse, Pelican or Vintage Edition (page numbers coincide): Introduction (also known as "Introduction to the Critique of Political Economy"), pp 83-111; Forms which Precede Capitalist Production, pp 471-514; Contradiction between the Foundation of Bourgeois Production and its Development, pp 704-706. The first two selections are also in Hobsbawn, Precapitalist Economic Formations ; or in Progress Publishers collection.

Marx, Karl (1965) Precapitalist Economic Formations. New York, International Publishers. Selection from Marx's notebooks (the "Grundrisse") with introduction by Eric Hobsbawm; basic text on modes of production..

Marx/Engels, The German Ideology

Matt Crenson (1999) World Population Reaches 6 Billion. Associated Press, 10/4/99.

McAdams, Alan (1995) A Role for Resources that are Inherently Not Scarce (INS) in A Vision for the Development of Bangladesh. Cornell University, Sustainability Seminar Abstract. [McAdams 95 CRL Bangl abs]

McAdams, Alan (2000) Cornell University, Sustainability Seminar Abstract (Bangladesh, IT) [McAdams 01 CRL Bangl1 abs]

McAdams, Alan K. (1999) "Resource Allocation for Goods that Are Inherently Not Scarce. Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University. Access from http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/faculty/mcadams/

McAdams, Alan K., ed. (1998) Connecting Business and the Environment: Seminars in Industrial Ecology. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University. Read Seminars 1-4, 7, 9, 11. Access via http://www.people.cornell.edu/pages/akm3/ by clicking on "Seminars in Industrial Development" then on "Table of Contents" then on each seminar.

McDevitt (1991). "Contributions of separation-individuation theory to the understanding of psychopathology during the prelatency years." In: Beyond Symbiotic Orbit: Advances in Separation-Individuation Theory--Essays in Honor of Selma Kramer, M.D., ed. S. Akhtar and H. Parens, pp. 153-170. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. (Juan)

McDonough, William and Braungart, Michael (1998) "The Next Industrial Revolution." The Atlantic Monthly, October <http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/98oct/industry.htm>

McHarg, Ian (1969) Design with Nature. New York, Wiley. Scan the whole book.

McKibbin, William (19??) The End of Nature. About the environment and Curitiba, Brazil. (McAdams)

McMullen, Neil and Laura Megna, "The Impact of the Newly Industrilizing Countries on the World Motor Vehicle Industry", National Planning Association, May 1980.

McNulty, Shawn E. & Swann, William B. Jr. (1991). Psychotherapy, self-concept change, and self-verification. In Rebecca C. Curtis (Ed.), The relational self: Theoretical convergences in psychoanalysis and social psychology, pp. 213-237. New York: Guilford. (Juan)

McSwite, O.C. (1997) Legitimacy in Public Administration. Thousand Oaks, London; Sage Publications. Read Ch. 1,7. (PhD Colloq)

Meadows D.H. et al. (1972) The Limits to Growth: Report to the Club of Rome. Read 12-page history and abstract by Eduard Pestel . <www.clubofrome.org/globis_develop_cont1.htm>

Meilassoux, Claude, Clawson, Patrick, The Internationalization of Capital in Egypt and Iran, New School Ph.D. Thesis, 1979.

Meillasoux, Claude, "A Class Analysis of the Bureaucratic Process in Mali," The Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 6, January, 1970, 97-110.

Meillassoux, Claude, Social and Economic Reproduction in Pre-Industrial Society.

Merhav, Meir, Technological Dependence, Monopoly, and Growth, Pergamon, 1969.

Meurs, Mieke, American University (1999-2000). "Economic strategies of surviving post-socialism: changing household economies and gender divisions of labor in the Bulgarian transition". Working paper presented at a series of seminars at the University of Sussax on 'Restructuring Employment and Work in East-Central Europe,' available from web site: http://www.geog.susx.ac.uk/research/changing_europe/restructuring.html

Miller, Jean Baker (1991). The development of women's sense of self. In Women's Growth in Connection: Writing from the Stone Center (Wellesley). New York: Guilford Press. (Juan)

Misra, Neeta (2000) Core Labor Standards and the World Trade Organization. Cornell CRP 639.06 term paper, Spring.

Mollenkopf, John Hull, and Castells, Manuel (1991) Dual City: Restructuring New York. New York, Russell Sage Foundation. Ch.14-15 on comparison of New York with Los Angeles and London.

Mydans, Seth (2001) He's Not Hairy, He's My Brother. New York Times, August 12. {" One way to look at the man-verus-ape conflict in the new movie ‘Planet of the Apes’: It's civil war. … With some people still upset over Darwin's theory, which suggests that apes are our grandparents, along comes an even more unsettling view: we are just another breed of ape.") Mydans 01 NYT Ape/human

Mydans, Seth (2001) Lo Khe Journal: A Folk Tradition Fades, but the Melody Lingers On. New York Times, March 22. (Culture change, folk tradition, sung poetry) [Mydans 01 NYT Vietnam song cult] sung poetry folk tradition cult

NACLA, Car Wars.

New York Times Science Section (2001) AIDS at 20: A Special Section, June 5. (Several articles and maps; see also Gottlieb, 2001.)

Nieves, Evelyn (2001) An Inner-City Perspective on High School Violence. New York Times, March 18. [Nieves 01 NYT An inner.. viol] (inner-city non-white school violence, suicide, see also [Wise 01 ALTNET Schl viol white])

Novak, Joseph D. (1985) Learning How to Learn. Paperback, Cambridge University Press. (Fundamental reference on concept mapping.)

Novak, Joseph D. Learning, Creating, and Using Knowledge : Concept Maps As Facilitative Tools in Schools and Corporations — Paperback.

OECD (1998) Sustainable Development: OECD Policy Approaches for the 21st Century. Washington, DC, Brookings. Read selectively.

OECD (1998) The World in 2020: Towards a N ew Global Age. Washington, DC, Brookings Press. Read selectively.

"Oil and the Environment" (1999) Economist, Nov 13, p.8.

Onishi, Norimitsu (1999) "Deep in the Republic of Chevron." New York Times Magazine, July 4, 1999, 26-31. How Chevron is superseding government in Nigeria.

Palloix, Christian "The Internationalization of Capital and the Circuit of Social Capital," in Hugo Radice, ed. International Firms and Modern Imperialism.

Palloix, Cristian "The Self-Expansion of Capital on a World Scale," Review of Radical Political Economics, Vol. 9, No. 2, Summer 1977, pp. 1-28.

Parker, David and Ralph Stacey (1998) Chaos, Management and Economics: The Implications of Non-Linear Thinking. London, The Institute of Economic Affairs. Executive Summary.

Parson, Edward A. (2001) Moving Beyond the Kyoto Impasse. New York Times, July 31. Parson 01 NYT Beyond Kyoto impa

PGP (pretty good privacy) (1999) <http://web.mit.edu/network/pgp.html>. It's a free encryption program and it's the best thingthat's available these days. I don't know if it isimpossible to hack the encryption, but at this pointno mathematician has acknowledged being able to findan algorithm that will hack it. Urge all your friendsto use it too. You don't need to use it for mundaneemails, but if you ever exchange anything moderatelyimportant, you should use it. An added benefit of PGP is that it has an authentication feature that acts as a digital signature. This way no one can forge email from you.

Polanyi, Karl, Trade and Market in the Early Empires, Chs. 5, 11-13, 16.

"Politics and Silicon Valley"; "Liberty.com." (1999) Economist, The computer industry and U.S. politics. October 30, 23-28.

Pollack, Andrew (1999) "Biological Products Raise Genetic Ownership Issues." New York Times, Nov 26, p1. (Environment, globalization, resources, inequality)

Pollack, Andrew (2001) The Green Revolution Yields to the Bottom Line. New York Times, May 15, p.F1,2. (Research goes commercial) [Pollack 01 NYT Green rev comlzd]

Porter, Michael (1979) "How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy," Harvard Business Review, MarchApril, 137-145"; (1987) "From Competitive Advantage to Corporate Strategy," Harvard Business Review, May-June, 43-59; (1990) The Competitive Advantage of Nations," Harvard Business Review, March-April 1990, 73-93;

Prahalad, C.K. and Hamel, Gary (1990) "The Core Competence of the Corporation," Harvard Business Review, May-June, 80-91.

Pressler, Larry (2000) "How Letter-Writing Can Trap a Senator." New York Times, 1/23, p.wk15. [Constituent service reinforces establishment.]

Preteceille, Edmond and Ribeiro, Luiz Cesar de Queiroz (1998) TendÍncias da SegregaÁ„o Social em MetrÛpoles Globais e Desiguais: Paris e Rio de Janeiro nos anos 80 [-Sources/Sust ~12 MarFe/Spatial]

Prusak, Laurence and Donald J. Cohen (2001) How to Invest in Social Capital. Harvard Business Review, June 1. (Business runs better when people within a company have close ties and trust one another. But the relationships that make organizations work effectively are under assault for several reasons.) [Prusak 01 abs Social Capital ]

Prusak, Laurence (2001) Bibliography items. Harvard Business School Publishing (as of June; several items on knowledge management). [Prusak 01 bibl Knowledge mgt]

Putnam, Robert, Making Democracy Work . [regional planning in Italy]

"Rethinking thinking" (2000) Economist, December 18, 63-65. Economists are starting to abandon their assumption that humans behave rationally, and instead are finally coming to grips with the crazy, mixed-up creatures we really are.

Rey, Pierre Philip, "Class Alliances", International Journal of Sociology, Summer, 1982.

Richardson, Benjamin J. (2000) : Environmental Law in Postcolonial Societies: Straddling the Local--Global Institutional Spectrum. Colorado Journal of International Law and Policy, Winter. (Michele Payne) [Richardson 00 Envir Law 3dWld]

"Riding the Storm" (1999) Economist, Nov 6, 63-64. "Next year,Ford and General Motors will move their entire multibillion dollar purchasing operations to the Internet. It's e-business for grown-ups."

Ridley, Matt (1994) The Red Queen. New York, Penguin Books USA. (Juan) Evolutionary roots of human behavior, especially as emerging from sexual selection.

RIUS, Marx for Beginners, Pantheon Books, NY, 1976.

Robinson, Sara (2001) Why Mathematicians Now Care About Their Hat Color. New York Times, April 10, F5. (Math puzzle, coding theory, error-correcting/covering, Hamming codes, cultual orientation to individual strategy vs. team strategy) [Robinson 01 NYT Math..hat color]

Rohrlich-Leavitt, Ruby (1977) "Women in Transition: Crete and Sumer," in R. Bridenthal and C. Koonz, Becoming Visible: Women in European History. Houghton Mifflin, pp. 36-59.

Rohrlich-Leavitt, Ruby, "State Formation in Sumer and the Decline of Women"

Romero, Simon (2000). Cellular Phone Carriers Untangle a Wireless Web. New York Times, July 10.

Roseberre, William, "Rent Differentiation and the Development of Capitalism Among Peasants," Anerican Anthropologist, No. 78, 1976, 45-58.

Rosenthal, Elizabeth (2001) Gynecology Lessons for Rural China. New York Times, March 14. [Rosenthal NYT China Gyn]

Rosenthal, Elizabeth (2001) Without 'Barefoot Doctors, China's Rural Families Suffer. New York Times, March 14. (Medical infrastructure collapse) [Rosenthal NYT China Med]

Rosser, J. Barkley Jr. (1999) Review of The Economy as an Evolving Complex System II, edited by W. Brian Arthur, Steven N. Durlauf, and David A. Lane, Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity Proceedings Volume XXVII, Addison-Wesley, Reading, Massachusetts, 1997; in Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 71-74.

Roth, D. (1998) Singapore: Information Technology, Education, and Development. Ithaca, NY, Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, Ph.D. thesis. (Copy will be placed in the Avery library). Scan sections of interest.

Sachs, Jeffrey (1997) "The limits of convergence: nature, nurture, and growth," Economist, June 14, pp.19-22; also (1998) "Global Capitalism: Making it Work." Economist, September 12, pp.23-25.

Sacks, Oliver (1990). Seeing Voices: A Journey into the World of the Deaf. New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers. Cites Levy-Bruhl on parallel use of sign and spoken language. (Juan)

Safeguarding Our Water (2001) Scientific American, February, 38-55. Are we almost tapped out? Safeguarding every drop of clean water.

Sagalyn, Lynne B. (1997) Negotiating for public benefits: The bargaining calculus of public-private development. Edinburgh, Urban Studies, Vol. 34, No 12, 1955-1970, Dec. [Sagalyn public private]

Sahlins, Marshall (1972) Stone Age Economics, New York, Aldine, Ch. 1-4. (Sy l-2)

Samson, Josephina, Peasant Differentiation and Market Development in the Philippines, New School Ph.D. dissertation, 1988.

Savage, Neil (2001) Building a Better Backbone. June, 4047, (Surging Internet growth has put pressure on telecom networks to keep up. Their most advanced R&D is going toward expanding the capacity of the long-haul cables that cross continents and dive under oceans.) [Savage 01 TcRev Telecom backbon]

Schapiro, Mark (2000) Interview with George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management. September 5.

Schildt, Goran, Alvar Aalto in his Own Words. Rizzoli, New York, 1997. (Thoughts on the aesthetics of sustainable urban design from the regional scale to the scale of furniture, by a world-class architect. Read selectively.)

Schoemaker, Paul J. (1995) "Scenario Planning: A Tool for Strategic Thinking." Sloan Management Review, Winter, 25-39.

"Schools Brief: The Business Of Banking" (1999) Economist, October 30, 89-90.

Schwart, John (2000) "An Author Savagely Indicts Notions of a New Ecxonomy." New York Times, December 22, Business, p.21. Review of Thomas Frank, One Market, Under God: Extreme Capitalism, Market Populism, and the End of Economic Democracy, Doubleday, 2000.

Schwartz, John (2000) "An Author Savagely Indicts Notions of a New Economy." New York Times, December 21, C1, 14.

Schwartz, John (2001) File-Swapping Is New Route for Pornography on Internet. New York Times, July 28. (INS issue. Napster: can be and is also being done for music files. With no server acting as central register, fighting it becomes very much harder.) Schwartz 01 NYT File-Swapping

"Second thoughts about globalization"( 1997) Economist, June 21, p. 82.

Sen, Amartya (1999) Development as Freedom. New York, Knopf. Reviewed in Economist, September 18 , Review of Books section.

Sen, Gita (1997) "Empowerment as an Approach to Poverty." UNDP, Human Developmenr Papers, 175-194. Possibilities and techniques of empowerment of the poor.

Settlage (1991). On the treatment of preoedipal pathology. In S. Akhtar and H. Parens (Eds.), Beyond Symbiotic Orbit: Advances in Separation-Individuation Theory--Essays in Honor of Selma Kramer, M.D. (pp. 351-368). Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. (Juan)

Settlage (1994). The influence of Mahler and Kohut on psychoanalytic theory and practice. In Kramer and Akhtar (Eds.), Mahler and Kohut: Perspectives on Development, Psychopathology, and Technique. (pp. 17-52). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, Inc. (Juan)

Shanin, Peasants and Peasant Societies, esp. Ch. 7, 9, 11, 12, 16, 18.

Shkilnyk, N., A Poison Stronger than Love: The Destruction of an Ojibwa Community, Yale University Press (?) 1985.

"Shortage of Fresh Water Predicted" (1998) New York Times, Aug 27, by The Associated Press.

"Showing Off" (1999) Economist, October 30. The technology of displays (Science section).

Shweder, Richard A. (1991). Does the concept of the person vary cross-culturally? Thinking Through Cultures (pp. 113-155). Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England: Harvard University Press. (Juan)

Smith, Adrian, University of Sussex (1999-2000). "Economic Practices and Household Employment in Slovakia: Rethinking 'Survival' in Austerity". Working paper presented at a series of seminars at the University of Sussax on 'Restructuring Employment and Work in East-Central Europe,' available from web site: http://www.geog.susx.ac.uk/research/changing_europe/restructuring.html

Soros, George (1997) "The Capitalist Threat." The Atlantic Monthly, February. <http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/97feb/capital/capital.htm>

Soros, George (1998) The Crisis of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered. New York, Public Affairs.

Soros, George (1998) "Toward a Global Open Society." The Atlantic Monthly, Jan. http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/98jan/opensoc.htm <http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/98jan/opensoc.htm>

"Space-age Soot" (1999) Economist, Dec 11. "In order to power tomorrow's cars, researchers are scrambling to exploit the hydrogen-absorbing properties of carbon."

Special survey supplements of Economist (irregular intervals) See, in recent years, Britain, Germany, Italy, Spain, three on Japan since 1994, and many others.

Spitz, Pierre, "Silent Violence, Famine and Inequality," Int. Review of Soc. Sci., 1978, No. 4., 868-92.

Sprawl in the news. http://www.cnn.com/US/9910/04/sprawl.report. Oct 1999.

Stalin, Joseph, Dialectical and Historical Materialism

Standing, Guy (1999) Global Labor Flexibility, St. Martin's Press. If you order the book directly from the publisher, it will cost you only 19.50 £, that is about 30$, as they have the paperback edition. Shipping is about 4£ and you should get it in about a week. The site is: www.macpress.com

Standing, Guy, International Labour Office Geneva (1999-2000). The Babble of Euphemisms: Re-Embedding Social Protection in 'Transformed' Labour Markets. Working paper presented at a series of seminars at the University of Sussax on 'Restructuring Employment and Work in East-Central Europe,' available from web site: http://www.geog.susx.ac.uk/research/changing_europe/restructuring.html

State of New Mexico Land Office (1997) Mesa del Sol: Level A Community Master Plan, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Santa Fe, NM.

Stavenhagen, Rodolfo, Agrarian Problems and Peasant Movements in Latin America, 1970.

Stavrianos, L.S. (1981) Global Rift: The Third World Comes of Age. New York, Morrow.

Stern, Daniel N. (1985) The Interpersonal World of the Infant: a View from Psychoanalysis and Developmental Psychology. (Juan) Early emergence of the self in infancy; four senses of the self. Counterpoint to Mahler.

Sterngold, James (2001) Mixing Profit and Policy and Stirring Concern. The New York Times, January 29. (California finance) [Sterngold 01 NYT Mixing profit]

Stevens, W.K. (1999) "Global Economy Slowly Cuts Use of Fuels Rich in Carbon." New York Times, Oct 31, pp.A1, 38. On global warming.

Storper, Michael (1997) The Regional World: Territorial Development in a Global Economy. New York, The Guilford Press.

Stuckey, Barbara, From Tribe to Multinational Coproration: An Approach to the Study of Urbanization, Ph.D. Thesis, UCLA.

Surrey, Janet L. (1991) The self-in-relation: A theory of women's development. In Women's Growth in Connection: Writing from the Stone Center (Wellesley). New York: Guilford Press. (Juan)

Sutton, Ward (2000) "Late Night Campaigning." New York Times, cartoon, 1/23, p.wk15. [Merging of politics and entertainment.]

Swann, William B. Jr. (1996). Self-traps: The elusive quest for higher self-esteem. New York: W. H. Freeman and Company. (Juan)

"Sweden, the Welfare State, Basks In New Prosperity" (1999) New York Times, October, p.4.

Sweezy, Paul, The Theory of Capitalist Development.

Taylor-Gooby, P.F. (1998) Markets and Motives: Trust and Egoism in Welfare Markets. <http://speke.ukc.ac.uk/esrc/Trust.htm> Read the Abstract and first three sections.

Terray, Marxism and Primitive Societies.

Tesfatsion, Leigh (2000) Syllabus of Readings for Complex Adaptive Systems and Agent-Based Computational Economics. Ames, IA, Iowa State University, < http://www.econ.iastate.edu/tesfatsi/ace.atm>

The Associated Press (1971) Global Warming Threat Worsening, Report Says. New York Times, January 23, F8. [S]

Technology Review (2001) Wired and Wireless. Special issue, June. (Backbone, metro bottleneck, mobile, little screen, broadband

"The electric revolution" and "The Dawn of Micropower" (2000) Economist, August 5, 19-20 and 75-76. (Much of the world gets its electricity from big, inefficient, and dirty power plants situated far from consumers. That will soon change.)

"The Net Imperative: A Survey of Business and the Internet" (1999) Economist, June 26, special section.

"The New Economy: E-xageration"; "The digital economy is much smaller than you think" (1999) Economist, October 30, 87.

"The Oxygan Project: The Future of Computing" (1999) Scientific American, August, 52-63. Goal: a truly non-technical human-data interface. Means: integrated collection of eight new technologies: hand-helds, wall and trunk computers, a novel net, built-in speech understanding, knowledge access, collaboration, automation, customization. Programmable ("Raw") computer chips as a breakthrough idea.

The Trouble with Men"; "Tomorrow's Second Sex." (1996) Economist, Sep 28, 19, 23-25. Working-clas male culture mired in physical orientation.

The Ultimate Optical Networks (2001) Special Report, Scientific American, January, 80-99 (fiber optics, optical switching and packet switching).

"The Wealth of Nations: a Greener Approach Turns List Upside Down," (1995) New York Times, Sep 19, 1995, C1, C12.

The World in your Pocket: A Survey of Telecommunications." (1999) Economist. Oct 9. Hand-held telephones and their computer extensions: Europe and Japan are ahead.

Tokei, Ferenc, Antiquity and Feudalism (available in New School Library in German and French) will be discussed in class.

Tokei, Ferenc, Essays on the Asiatic Mode of Production, Publishing House of the Hungarian Academy, Budapest, 1979.

Tokei, Ferenc, "On the Dialectics of Socialism," New Hungarian Quarterly

Tökei, Ferenc, ed. (1989) Primitive Society and Asiatic Mode of Production, Orientalist Working Group, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest,. Read the Introduc-tion, pp. 8-21; chapters by Ecsedy, I. "The Asiatic Basis of Chinese Civilization," pp. 33-54 and Ecsedy, C. "Formation of the State and Landownership in Africa," pp. 125-188.

Tosics, Ivan (2000) "City Development in Central and Eastern Europe Since 1990: the Impact of Internal Forces". To be published in: Hamilton, FEI - Dimitrowska-Andrews, K(eds) Globalization and Transformations in Eastern and Central European Cities. The United Nations University (forthcoming)

"Tourism in emerging economies" (2000) Economist, Dec 16, 66. (Promotion, security, facilities. Focus on Brazil.)

Tran Duc Thao, Recherches sur l'origine du langage et de la conscience, Editions Sociales, Paris, 1973, Part 1, 2-I, 3. (Ask instructor for this if you read French: it is important and will be presented in class.)

Turning Point Project (1999-2000) <www.turnpoint.org>

UN (1997) Global Change and Sustainable Development. New York, United Nations. Read: Conclusions, pp. 71-76.

UNCTAD (1997) Trade and Development Report, 1997. New York, United Nations. Read Ch. III-V, pp 103-176. Discussion of income distribution and development. (This is an important reference because distributional issues are all too often badly neglected in discuissions of development. It is especially important because it comes from the predecesor organization of the WTO. Read selectively.)

UNDP (1998) Human Development Database (1998) Version 1.1. Statistics from the Human Development Report 1998. Program diskettes and User's Guide booklet. For Windows, 6 program diskettes, includes utility programs for data management and presentation.

UNDP (1997-2001) Human Development Reports. New York, United Nations. These are key references on the human dimension of sustainability. They are also indispensable reference works, with over 200 pages each of statistical tables by country, updated and expanded annually. All UN materials can be obtained from the United Nations bookstore in New York. Download entire report for 2001 in pdf from www.undp.org/hdr2001/ (click on picture of title page). UNDP 01 Human dev report

UNDP(1998) Overcoming Human Poverty: UNDP Poverty Report 1998. New York, United Nations Development Programme.

UNDP/ODS (1996) The Next Millenium: Cities for People in a Globalizing World. New York, United Nations, pp 1-26.

UNEP et al. (1997) Guide to Environment and Development Sources of Information on CD-ROM and the Internet, New York, United Nations Environment Program.

UNESCO (1996) Our Creative Diversity, 2nd ed. Paris. Cultural dimensions of development: global ethics, pluralism, empowerment, media, gender, children, environment.

UNITAR, Alternative Development Strategies and the Future of Asia, Conference Papers, Working Group 1: Industrial Development; Working Group 4: Transmition Problems and Development.

UNITAR, Alternative Development Strategies and the Future of Asia, Conference Papers, Working Group I: Industrial Development; Working Group IV, Transition Problems and Development (in Library).

Vickerstaff, Sarah and John Thirkell, University of Kent (1999-2000). Trade Unions and the Politics of Transformation in Central and East Europe. Working paper presented at a series of seminars at the University of Sussax on 'Restructuring Employment and Work in East-Central Europe,' available from web site: http://www.geog.susx.ac.uk/research/changing_europe/restructuring.html

Vietorisz, T. (1999) Sustainable development and precarious jobs. A short working draft.

Vietorisz, T. and McAdams, A. (1994) Paradigms for Industrial Development as Applied to Mexico. Used as a key example. VT Paradigms_Mex.W98

Vietorisz, T.(1996) Transcultural Foundations of Success in Joint Ventures: The Best-Practice Case of MABE-GE, Ithaca, NY, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University. <http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/depts/CAHRS/WPapers2.html> -- then go down to 1996 and click on paper No. 12>

Vietorisz, T., Goldsmith, W.W., and Grengs, J. (1998) Air Quality, Urban Form, and Coordinated Urban Policies. Ithaca, NY, Cornell City and Regional Planning Dept. Working Paper 176.

Vietorisz,T. and Bearse, P. (1972) "The Urban Future of New York State: Elements of a New Communities Strategy." Northeast Regional Science Review, Vol. 2.

Vietorisz, T. see Publications and Reports in Curriculum Vitae

Vygotsky, L. S. (1978). In Michael Cole, Vera John-Steiner, Sylvia Scribner, & Ellen Souberman (Eds.), Mind in society: The development of higher psychological processes. Howard University Press. (Juan)

Vygotsky, Lev (1986). In Alex Kozulin (Eds. and Trans.), Thought and language. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. (Juan)

Wachtel, Howard, The New Gnomes, (Transnational Institute, Washington, D.C.).

Wachtel, Paul (1982). Vicious circles: The self and the rhetoric of emerging and unfolding. Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 18, 259-273. (Juan)

Wade, Nicholas (2001) Birds Do It. Bees Do It. Some People Do, Too. New York Times, May 20, p.Wk5. (Polygamy and polyandry in humans and primates; Allison Jolly.) Wade 01 NYT Primate fem mating

Wade, Nicholas (2001) Bjorn Lomborg: A Chipper Environmentalist. Nee York Times, August 7. (Interviews based on book by Bjorn Lomborg, The Skeptical Environmentalist. Lomborg who considers himself both an environmentalist and a leftist, has correcfed overstatements in the popular press. The NYT article reports on an interview with him and also offers reactions to the book from authors/sources Lomborg criticized. No indication that Lomborg has considered distributional issues.) Wade 01 NYT Lomborg skept envir

Wallerstein, Immanuel, The Capitalist World Economy, Cambridge University Press, 1979, or The Modern World System I-II, Academic Press, 1980.

Waseda, Mike (1984) Language systems for expressing local relations in Japanese and Hungarian. Hamburg : H. Buske, c1984. Translated from the Hungarian. Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral--Eotvos Lorand University Budapest), 1981.

Watkins, Alfred, "Uneven Development Within the U.S. System of Cities," (unpublished Ph.D. dissertation in New School library) or The Practice of Urban Economics, Sage, 1980.

Weaver, Charles A. and Kintsch, Walter (1991). Expository Text. In R. Barr, M. Kamill, P. Mosenthal, and P.D. Pearson (Eds.) Handbook of Reading Research. New York, Longman Vol. 2, pp 230-245.

Weiner, Tim (2001) Mexico City Journal: Pummeling the Powerful, With Comedy as Cudgel. New York Times, June 15. (Jesusa Rodriguez "…the old regime and the new are pretty much Pepsi and Coke in her eyes, both offering people thirsty for justice ‘democracy lite,’ as the new play says. ‘I realized the new government was the same, just worse," she said. ‘Same economic ambitions, but different ideology – more dangerous, with this perverse mix of religion and merchandising, this mystical attraction to money and power.’ " Weiner 01 NYT Mex Jesusa Rodrig

Werner, Emily E., and Smith, Ruth S. (1992) Overcoming the Odds: High-Risk Children from Birth to Adulthood. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press. (J; see "W&S paper")

"Who Needs the WTO?" (1999) Economist, December 4, p.74. also "The Real Losers" December 11, p.15; "After Seattle: A Global Disaster" December 11, pp.19-21.

Wilford, J. N. (2001) Fossil Find: The Family of Man Grows a Little Larger. New York Times, Sunday, March 25, Wk4.

Wilford, J. N. (2001) Skull May Alter Experts' View of Human Descent's Branches. New York Times, March 22. (Kenyanthropus platyops) [Wilford 01 NYT KenyanthroSkull]

Wise, Tim (2001) School Shootings and White Denial. AlterNet, March 6. <http://www.alternet.org/story.html?StoryID=10560> [Wise 01 ALTNET Schl viol white] (See also [Nieves 01 NYT An inner.. viol])

Wolf, Eric (1966) Peasants. New York, Prentice Hall. See especially chapters 1-3.

Wolf, Eric, Peasants Wars of the Twentieth Century, esp. Preface and Conclusion.

Wolf, Peasants, esp. Chs. 1-3.

Wolf. Eric and E.C. Hansen, The Human Condition in Latin America, Ch. 5., "Rubber Tapping".

World Bank (1993) The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy. New York, Oxford University Press. Policy analysis covering Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia. Read selectively, for comparison with Vietorisz and McAdams (1994), above.

World Bank (1995), Monitoring Environmental Progress, Washington, DC, Pub. # 13365. Ch. 8 includes estimates of national wealth and its human and social components.

Wresh, William (1996) Disconnected: Haves and Have-nots in the Information Age. New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press. Read Information Rich, Information Poor, pp. 1-19.

Zernike, Kate (2001) New York Times, In 2 Years, Mt. Vernon Test Scores Turn Around. May 23, A1, B8. (Spectacularly successful approach to culture change in school system with Italian-Black student shift achieved by Black superintendent after Black capture of school board control.) [Zernike 01 NYT Testscore succes]

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