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Ackerman, Frank and Alejandro Nadal. 2004. The Flawed Foundations of General Equilibrium: Critical Essays on Economic Theory. Routledge, London. [PDF]

Alfaro, Laura, Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan, and Vadym Volosovych. 2005. "Why Doesn't Capital Flow from Rich to Poor Countries? An Empirical Investigation." Published online, Harvard Business School, Cambridge.   [PDF

Allen, Patricia and Julie Guthman. 2006. "From Old School to Farm-to-School: Neoliberalization from the Ground Up." Agriculture and Human Values 23(4):401-415. [PDF]

Altieri, Miguel A. and Alejandro Rojas. 1999. "Ecological Impacts of Chile's Neoliberal Policies, with Special Emphasis on Agroecosystems." Environment, Development and Sustainability 1:55-72. [PDF]

Arimatéia da Cruz, José de. 2008. "Africa in the Neo-Liberal World (Dis)Order." (Review Essay). Journal of Third World Studies Fall. Review of: Bond, Patrick, 2006, Looting Africa: The Economics of Exploitation, Zed Books, New York; Chang, Ha-Joon, 2002, Kicking Away the Ladder: Development Strategy in Historical Perspective, Anthem, London; Ferguson, James, 2006, Global Shadows: Africa in the Neoliberal World Order, Duke University Press, Durham; Madley, John, 2000, Hungry for Trade: How the Poor Pay for Free Trade, Zed Books, New York; and Torres, Raymond, 2001, Towards a Socially Sustainable World Economy: An Analysis of the Social Pillars of Globalization, ILO, Geneva.

Ayres, Jeffrey M. 2004. "Framing Collective Action Against Neoliberalism: The Case of the 'Anti-Globalization' Movement." Journal of World-Systems Research 10(1):11-34.

Bacon, Christopher M. 2013. "Quality revolutions, solidarity networks, and sustainability innovations: Following Fair Trade coffee from Nicaragua to California." Journal of Political Ecology 20:98-115. [PDF]

Ball, Jennifer A. 2004. "The Effects of Neoliberal Structural Adjustment on Women's Relative Employment in Latin America." International Journal of Social Economics 31(10):974-987. [abstract]

Barron, Elizabeth. 2005. "Beyond Green Capitalism: Providing an Alternative Discourse for the Environmental Movement and Natural Resource Management." Middle States Geographer 38:69-76. [PDF]

Barry, John. 2012. The Politics of Actually Existing Unsustainability. Human Flourishing in a Climate-Changed, Carbon Constrained World. Oxford University Press, Oxford. [review]

Becker, Bertha K. 2005. "Geopolítica da Amazônia." Estudos Avançados 19(53):71-86.

Brenner, N. and N. Theodore. 2002. "Preface: From the 'New Localism' to the Spaces of Neoliberalism." Antipode 34(3):341-347. [PDF]

Büscher, Bram. 2008. "Conservation, Neoliberalism, and Social Science: A Critical Reflection on the SCB 2007 Annual Meeting in South Africa." Conservation Biology 22:229-231. [review letter]

Chang, Ha-Joon. 2002. Kicking Away the Ladder: Development Strategy in Historical Perspective. Anthem Press, London. [related essay by author] [related article by author in Foreign Policy in Focus (PDF)] [summary (PDF)] [review 1] [review by Arne Ruckert (PDF)

Chomsky, Noam. 1999. Profit Over People: Neoliberalism and Global Order. Seven Stories Press, New York. [excerpt: "Neoliberalism and the Global Order"]

Cleaver, Harry. 1997. "Nature, Neoliberalism and Sustainable Development: Between Charybdis & Scylla." Paper, 4th Ecology Meeting on Economy and Ecology, Instituto Piaget, Viseu, Portugal, 17-19 April.

Clifford, Veronica R. 1993. "Implementing Privatization Policy in Developing Countries: A Selected Literature Review." Working Paper #3 (August), USAID Implementing Policy Change Project, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

Correia, David. 2010. "The certified Maine North Woods, where money grows from trees." Geoforum 41(1):66-73.

Correia, David. 2012. "Degrowth, American Style: No Impact Man and Bourgeois Primitivism." Capitalism Nature Socialism 23(1):105-118. 

Cotula, Lorenzo. 2011. Land Deals in Africa: What is in the Contracts? International Institute for Environment and Development, London. [news story in The Guardian]

Dauvergne, Peter and Genevieve LeBaron. 2014. Protest Inc.: The Corporatization of Activism. Polity, Press, Malden, Massachusetts.

Deere, Carmen Diana and Magdalena León. 2001b. "Institutional Reform of Agriculture under Neo-liberalism: The Impact of the Women's and Indigenous Movements." Latin American Research Review 36(2):31-64. [PDF]

Domingues, José Maurício. 2011. "Revisiting Dependency and Development in Latin America." Ciência & Trópico 65(2):753-780. 

Fridell, Gavin, Daniel Jaffee, and Laura Raynolds. 2009. "Dissecting the Boom: Is Fair Trade growing its way out of its roots?" Historical Materialism 17:237-299. 

Fridell, Mara, Ian Hudson, and Mark Hudson. 2008. "With Friends Like These: The Corporate Response to Fair Trade Coffee." Review of Radical Political Economics 40:8-34. [PDF]

Gallagher, Kevin P. 2010. "China and the Future of Latin American Industrialization." Issues in Brief, #18, October 2010. Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, Boston University, Boston.  

Gallagher, Kevin P. and Daniel Chudnovsky (eds.). 2010. Rethinking Foreign Investment for Sustainable Development: Lessons from Latin America. Anthem Press, New York. [Foreword by J. Ocampo (PDF)]  [brief review]

George, Susan. 1999. "A Short History of Neo-Liberalism: Twenty Years of Elite Economics and Emerging Opportunities for Structural Change." Conference on Economic Sovereignty in a Globalizing World, Bangkok, March 24-26.

Giroux, Henry A. 2004. The Terror of Neoliberalism: Cultural Politics and the Promise of Democracy. Paradigm Publishers, Boulder.

Giroux, Henry A. 2005. "The Terror of Neoliberalism: Rethinking the Significance of Cultural Politics." College Literature 32(Winter):1-19. [PDF]

Giroux, Henry A. 2010. "Business Culture and the Death of Public Education: The Triumph of Management Over Leadership." Truthout 12 November.

Giroux, Henry A. 2012. Education and the crisis of public values. New York, NY: Peter Lang. [abstract] [related video]

Halebsky, S. and R.L. Harris (eds.). 1995. Capital, Power, and Inequality in Latin America. Westview Press, Boulder.

Hall, Charles A.S. 1990. "Sanctioning Resource Depletion: Economic Development and NeoClassical Economics." The Ecologist 20(3):99-104. [abstract]

Harvey, David. 2005. A Brief History of Neoliberalism. Oxford University Press, New York. [Author interview]

Haugard, Lisa and Kelly Nicholls. 2010. Breaking the Silence: In Search of Colombia’s Disappeared. Latin America Working Group Education Fund, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

Hess, David J. 2011. "Electricity Transformed: Neoliberalism and Local Energy in the United States." Antipode 43(4):1056-1077. 

Holden, C. 1980. "The Reagan Years: Environmentalists Tremble." Science 210:988-991.

ILO. 2011. The global crisis: Causes, responses and Challenges. International Labour Office (ILO), International Labour Organization, Geneva. [PDF

Kay, Cristóbal. 1989. Latin American Theories of Development and Underdevelopment. Routledge, London.

Kay, Cristóbal. 1997. "Latin America’s Exclusionary Rural Development in a Neo-liberal World." Latin American Studies Association (LASA) 1997 meeting, Guadalajara, Mexico, 17-19 April. [PDF]

Kellogg, Paul. 2007. "Regional Integration in Latin America: Dawn of an Alternative to Neoliberalism." New Political Science 29(2):187-209. [PDF]

Klein, Naomi. 2007. The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism. Metropolitan Books, New York. [review 1, review 2] [related news story by Jason Mark in Salon] [related video presentation by author]

Klein, Naomi. 2013. "How science is telling us all to revolt. Is our relentless quest for economic growth killing the planet? Climate scientists have seen the data – and they are coming to some incendiary conclusions." New Statesman 29 October.

Kotz, David. 2003. "Neoliberalism and the U.S. Economic Expansion of the '90s." Monthly Review 54(11):15-33.

Kumhof, Michael and Romain Rancière. 2010. "Inequality, Leverage and Crises." International Monetary Fund (IMF), Working Paper #WP/10/268. IMF, Washington, D.C. [PDF]  [news story]

López, Ramón. 1997. "Environmental Externalities in Traditional Agriculture and the Impact of Trade Liberalization: The Case of Ghana." Journal of Development Economics 3(1):17-39. [abstract]

Lacy, Peter. 2013. CEO Study on Sustainability 2013: Architects of a Better World. The UN Global Compact-Accenture. [PDF] [news story by Jo Confino in The Guardian]

LeBaron, Genevieve. 2013. "Green NGOs cannot take big business cash and save planet." The Guardian 1 October.

Madley, John. 2000. Hungry for Trade: How the Poor Pay for Free Trade. Zed Books, New York. [review]

Mark, Jason. 2013. "Naomi Klein: Green groups may be more damaging than climate change deniers. The "No Logo" author explains how environmentalists may be more damaging to their cause than climate change deniers." Salon 5 September.

McAfee, Kathleen and Elizabeth N. Shapiro. 2010. "Payments for Ecosystem Services in Mexico: Nature, Neoliberalism, Social Movements, and the State." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100(3):1-21.

McAfee, Kathleen. 2012. "The Contradictory Logic of Global Ecosystem Services Markets." Development and Change 43(1):105-131.

Momsen, J. 1998. "Caribbean Tourism and Agriculture: New Linkages in the Global Era?" Pages 115-133 in T. Klak Lanham (ed.), Globalization and Neoliberalism: The Caribbean Context, Rowman & Littleman, Oxford.

Monbiot, George. 2014. “If you think we're done with neoliberalism, think again: The global application of a fraudulent economic theory brought the west to its knees. Yet for those in power, it offers riches”. The Gaurdian 14 January.

Morris, Jason. 2013. "The Evolving Localism (and Neoliberalism) of Urban Renewable Energy Projects." Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 35(1):16-29. 

Nylen, William. 2003. Participatory Democracy versus Elitist Democracy: Lessons from Brazil. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. [review]

Oreskes, Naomi and Erik M. Conway. 2013. "The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View from the Future." Dædalus, the Journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences 142(1):41-58. [PDF]

Paehlke, Robert C. 1989. Environmentalism and the Future of Progressive Politics. Yale University Press, New Haven. [review]

Perelman, Michael. 2003. The Perverse Economy: The Impact of Markets on People and the Environment. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. [review]

Perelman, Michael. 2006. Railroading Economics: The Creation of the Free Market Mythology. Monthly Review Press, New York. 

Robertson, Morgan M. "The Neoliberalization of Ecosystem Services: Wetland Mitigation Banking and the Problem of Measurement." Pages 114-124 in Nik Heynen, James McCarthy, Scott Prudham, and Paul Robbins (eds.), Neoliberal Environments: False Promises and Unnatural Consequences. Routledge, New York. 

Roos, Jerome. 2012. "Since the Mexican debt crisis, 30 years of neoliberalism." RoarMag.org 22 August. 

Rosenfeld, Seth. 2012. Subversives: The FBI's War on Student Radicals, and Reagan's Rise to Power. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York. 

Sachs, Jeffrey D. 2010. "America’s Deepening Moral Crisis." Project Syndicate 30 September.

Shannon, Jerry. 2013. "Food deserts: Governing obesity in the neoliberal city." Progress in Human Geography 29 April. [abstract]

Shiva, Vandana. 2013. "How economic growth has become anti-life an obsession with growth has eclipsed our concern for sustainability, justice and human dignity. But people are not disposable – the value of life lies outside economic development." The Guardian 1 November.

Simon, Julian L. 1994. "More People, Greater Wealth, More Resources, Healthier Environment." Economic Affairs 14(3):22-29.

Simon, Julian L. 1996. The Ultimate Resource, 2nd Edition. Princeton University Press, Princeton.   [review of 1st Edition by Herman Daly]   [related critical essay "Perilous Optimism" by Ernest Partridge]

Springer, Simon. 2010. "Neoliberalism and Geography: Expansions, Variegations, Formations." Geography Compass 4(8):1025-1038. [PDF]

Tornell, Aarón and Andrés Velasco. 1992. "The Tragedy of the Commons and Economic Growth: Why Does Capital Flow from Poor to Rich Countries?" Journal of Political Economy 100(6):1208-1231.  [abstract]

Useche, Bernardo and Amalia Cabezas. 2005. "The Vicious Cycle of AIDS, Poverty, and Neoliberalism." Americas Program, Special Report (December), International Relations Center, Silver City, New Mexico.

Vera-Diaz, Maria del Carmen, Robert K. Kaufmann, and Daniel C. Nepstad. 2009. "The Environmental Impacts of Soybean Expansion and Infrastructure Development in Brazil’s Amazon Basin." Working Paper #09-05, May 2009, Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts.  [PDF]

Wallerstein, Immanuel. 2004. "After Developmentalism and Globalization, What?" Keynote address at the Development Challenges for the 21st Century Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, 1 October. [PDF]

Wise, Timothy A. 2009. Agricultural Dumping Under NAFTA: Estimating the Costs of U.S. Agricultural Policies to Mexican Producers. Report #7, December, Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts. [PDF] [related short video]

Wise, Timothy A. 2011. "Mexico: The Cost of U.S. Dumping." NACLA Report on the Americas January/February:47-49. [PDF]

Yotopoulos, Pan A. 1989. "The (Rip) Tide of Privatization: Lessons from Chile." World Development 17(5):683-702.

Zibechi, Raúl. 2006. "Indigenous Movements: Between Neoliberalism and Leftist Governments." Americas Program, International Relations Center, 22 May.

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