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Westley, Frances. 2013. "Social Innovation and Resilience: How One Enhances the Other Social innovations must take into account the complexity of social problems and foster solutions resilient enough to adapt and survive." Stanford Social Innovation Review Summer.

Westley, Glenn D. 2004. A Tale of Four Village Banking Programs: Best Practices in Latin America. International Development Bank, Sustainable Development Department, Washington, D.C.

Wetterberg, Gary B., Maria Tereza Jorge Pádua, Celso Soares de Castro, and José Manuel Carvalho de Vasconellos. 1976. Uma Análise de Prioridades em Conservação da Natureza na Amazônia. Série Técnica #8, Projeto de Desenvolvimento e Pesquisa Florestal (PRODEPEF), PNUD/FAO/IBDF, Brasília.

Weyland, Kurt. 1998. "The Politics of Neoliberal Reform in Latin American Democracies: Argentina, Brazil, Peru, and Venezuela." Panel paper for Democracy and the New Market Model in Latin America, XXI International Conference, Latin American Studies Association, September 24-26, Chicago. [PDF]

Whatmore, Sarah. 2002. "From Farming to Agribusiness: Global Agri-food Networks." Pages 57-67 in R.J. Johnston, P.J. Taylor, and M.J. Watts (eds.), Geographies of Global Change. Blackwell, Malden, Massachusetts.

Wheatley, Margaret and Deborah Frieze. 2006. "Using emergence to take social innovations to scale." The Berkana Institute, Provo, Utah. [PDF]

Wheeler, Stephen. 1996. "Sustainable Urban Development: A Literature Review and Analysis." Institute of Urban and Regional Development, University of California, Berkeley.

Wheeler, Stephen. 2004. Planning for Sustainability: Creating Livable, Equitable and Ecological Communities. Routledge, London.

Whelan, Amanda, Neil Wrigley, Daniel Warm and Elizabeth Cannings. 2002. "Life in a 'Food Desert'." Urban Studies 39(11):2083-2100.

White, Damian F. 2008. Bookchin: A Critical Appraisal. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor.

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