This is a list of texts we think are central to the LANDS project. They should be useful as we prepare the next drafts of the chapters. Many of these texts have been circulated before and most are familiar to at least some of you. –Dave & Alvaro
Alice Amsden, ESCAPE FROM EMPIRE (2007)
Chapter 1: Heaven Can’t Wait Alice Amsden, ESCAPE FROM EMPIRE
Chapter 11: Great Balls of Fire
Glauco Arbix & Scott B. Martin, Beyond Developmentalism and Market Fundamentalism in Brazil: Inclusionary State Activism without Statism (unpublished MSS)
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira, From Old to New Developmentalism in Latin America, in Ocampo, ed., HANDBOOK OF LATOIN AMERICAN ECONOMICS (2009)
Ha-Joon Chang, BAD SAMARITANS: THE MYTH OF FREE TRADE AND THE SECRET HISTORY OF CAPITALISM (2008).
Chapter 1: The Lexus and the Olive Tree Revisited: Myths and Facts about Globalization
Epilogue: Sao Paulo, October 2037
Peter Evans, Neoliberalism as a Political Opportunity: Constraint and Innovation in Contemporary Development Strategy, in PUTTING DEVELOPMENT FIRST: THE IMPORTANCE OF POLICY SPACE IN THE WTO AND INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (ed. Kevin P. Gallagher 2005).
Kevin P. Gallagher, Globalization and the Nation-State: Reasserting Policy Autonomy for Development, in PUTTING DEVELOPMENT FIRST: THE IMPORTANCE OF POLICY SPACE IN THE WTO AND INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (ed. Kevin P. Gallagher 2005).
Kerry Rittich, The Future of Law and Development: Second Generation Reforms and the Incorporation of the Social, in THE NEW LAW AND DEVELOPMENT: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL (David Trubek and Alvaro Santos eds. 2006)
Dani Rodrik, ONE ECONOMICS, MANY RECEPIES: Globalization, Institutions, and Economic Growth (2007)
Chapter 4: Industrial Policy for the Twenty-first Century
Chapter 8: The Global Governance of Trade as if Development Really Mattered
Roberto M. Unger, FREE TRADE REIMAGINED (2007)
Chapter 3: Ideas