The UC Irvine Libraries support the Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series by providing a bibliography of the works of each Fellow. The bibliographies are available in print at the Langson and Science Libraries and at each public event.
2003 - 2004 Series
Dilemmas of Domination. New York: Henry Holt. Forthcoming October 2004.
A Movement of Movements: Is Another World Really Possible? Edited
by Tom Mertes; with Contributions by Walden Bello ... [Et Al.]. London;
New York: Verso, 2004.
Deglobalization: Ideas for a New World Economy. London; New York:
Zed Books, 2002.
with Kevin Danaher. Democratizing the Global Economy: The Battle
against the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. Monroe,
ME: Common Courage Press, 2001.
with Anuradha Mittal. The Future in the Balance: Essays on Globalization
and Resistance. Quezon City, Philippines: University of the Philippines
with Shea Cunningham and Li Kheng Poh. A Siamese Tragedy: Development& Disintegration
in Modern Thailand. Oakland, CA Bangkok London New York: Food First
Books; White Lotus; Zed Books; Distributed by St. Martin's Press, 1998.
with Shea Cunningham and Bill Rau. Dark Victory: The United States
and Global Poverty. 2nd ed. London: Oakland, Calif.: Amsterdam:
Pluto Press; Food First; Transnational Institute, 1999.
with Sonny Inbaraj. East Timor: Blood and Tears in Asean. rev.
ed. Chiang Mai: Silkworm Books, 1997.
with Stephanie Rosenfeld. Dragons in Distress: Asia's Miracle Economies
in Crisis. San Francisco: Institute for Food and Development Policy,
People and Power in the Pacific: The Struggle for the Post-Cold War
Order. London: Pluto Press; San Francisco, CA, USA: Food First;
Amsterdam: Transnational Institute, 1992.
Brave New Third World: Strategies for Survival in the Global Economy.
London: Earthscan, 1990.
with Peter Hayes and Lyuba Zarsky. American Lake : Nuclear Peril
in the Pacific. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: New York N.Y.
Does Globalization Help the Poor? San Francisco, Calif.: International
Global Finance: New Thinking on Regulating Speculative Capital Markets.
Edited by Walden Bello, Nicola Bullard and Kamal Malhotra. Dhaka, Bangladesh
: London ; New York : Bangkok : New York : University Press; Zed Books
; Focus on the Global South; Distributed exclusively in the USA by St.
Martin's Press, 2000.
APEC, Four Adjectives in Search of a Noun. Edited by Walden Bello and Jenina Joy Chavez-Malaluan. Quezon City, Philippines: Manila People's Forum on APEC, 1996.
“Globalization, employment and economic strategies” in Lamberton,
D. M., ed. Toda Institute for Global Peace, and Research Policy. Managing
the Global: Globalization, Employment and Quality of Life. Human
Security and Global Governance; 5; London: New York, 2002.
“World Bank's Finances: An International Debt Crisis” in Thomas, Caroline and Peter Wilkin. Globalization and the South. International Political Economy Series; Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: New York, 1997.
with Stephanie Rosenfeld. “Inequality in a Global Perspective
: Directions for Further Research.” In Seligson, Mitchell A., and
John T. Passé-Smith. Development and Underdevelopment: The
Political Economy of Inequality. Boulder, Colo.: L. Rienner Publishers,
"Philippines." Nation 276, no. 14 (2003): 17-18.
"Global Capitalism Versus Global Community." Race & Class 44, no. 4 (2003): 63-71.
"Learning from Doha: A Civil Society Perspective from the South." Global Governance 8, no. 3 (2002): 273-279.
"The Boom and the Bubble: The US in the World Economy." Nation275, no. 13 (2002): 25-29.
"Battling Barbarism." Foreign Policy, no. 132 (2002): 41-42.
"Letter from Manila." Nation 272, no. 7 (2001): 22-+.
"The Asian Economic Implosion: Causes, Dynamics, Prospects." Race & Class40, no. 2-3 (1999): 133-143.
"Taming the Tigers - the IMF and the Asian Crisis." Third World Quarterly 19, no. 3 (1998): 505-555.
"The End of the Asian Miracle." Nation 266, no. 2 (1998): 16-+.
"East Asia: On the Eve of the Great Transformation?" Review of International Political Economy 5, no. 3 (1998): 424-444.
with Naomi Klein and Susan George. Taking Down Fences: Imagining an Alternative Global Economic Crisis and Responding to Current Crises. Woods Hole, MA: Z Video Productions, 2002. VHS 60 min.
Harris J. “Notes for a New Economy: An Interview with Walden Bello.” Race & Class4, no. 4 (April-June 2002):34-44.
"Pacific Panopticon (Interview with Walden Bello)." New Left Review, no. 16 (2002): 68-85.
Babich, Phillip, and Laura Livoti. The Price of Free Trade. National Radio Project, 1999. http://www.radioproject.org/.
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