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Puerto Rico, Climatic Extremes, and the Economics of Resilience, Ramón Bueno, GDAE Climate Policy Brief #6, December 2017. Available in Spanish.
Micro solutions for a macro problem: How marine algae could help feed the world, William Moomaw, The Conversation, October 19, 2017
Science Diplomacy: Hard-Won Lessons, William R. Moomaw, Science & Diplomacy, October 6, 2017
Cutting Out the Middle Fish: Marine Microalgae as the Next Sustainable Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Protein Source, Moomaw William, Berzin Isaac, and Tzachor Asaf. Industrial Biotechnology. October 2017
Outsourced Government – The Quiet Revolution Examining the Extent of Government-by-Corporate-Contractor, Global Development and Environment Institute Data Brief, September 2017
Freedom of Information Act (In)Applicability to Government Contractors, Global Development and Environment Institute Report, September 2017
Hope Below Our Feet: Soil as a Climate Solution, Anne-Marie Codur, Seth Itzkan, William Moomaw, Karl Thidemann, and Jonathan Harris, GDAE Climate Policy Brief, April 21, 2017
The Time is Ripe for Governments to Strengthen Sustainable and Food-Secure Farming, June Sekera with The Quaker United Nations Office, March 2017
The Long-Term Survival and Growth of Savings Groups in Nepal, Jeffrey Ashe and Achyut Hari Aryal, March 2017
Mourning in America: Trump and the traumas of the twenty-first century, Neva Goodwin, Real-World Economics Review Part I, Issue 48, March 2017 [Available in French, with abbreviated versions in Portuguese and Spanish]
The Great American Stand: U.S. Forests and the Climate Emergency, William Moomaw & Danna Smith, Dogwood Alliance, March 2017
Core Support for the New Economy, Neva Goodwin, Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies Volume 4, Issue 1, March 2017
Online Information Sources: Government Expenditures, Report compiled by Daniel Agostino, August 2016
Sustainable Development Diplomacy: Diagnostics for the Negotiation and Implementation of Sustainable Development, William R. Moomaw, Rishikesh Ram Bhandary, Laura Kuhl, Patrick Verkooijen, Global Policy, July 26, 2016
A multiple metrics approach to prioritizing strategies for measuring and managing reactive nitrogen in the San Joaquin Valley of California, Ariel I Horowitz, William R Moomaw, Daniel Liptzin, Benjamin M Gramig, Carson Reeling, Johanna Meyer, Kathleen Hurley, Environmental Research Letters, Volume 11, Number 6, June 13, 2016
Commentary on 'Farming for a Small Planet: Agroecology Now', Timothy A. Wise, Great Transition Initiative, April 2016
Forests, Soils, Grasslands and Wetlands: Key Allies in Meeting Climate Goals, William Moomaw, Seth Itzkan, Karl Thidemann, Jonathan Harris, GDAE Climate Policy Brief, April 22, 2016
Some Real Costs of the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Lost Jobs, Lower Incomes, Rising Inequality, Jomo Kwame Sundaram, GDAE Policy Brief, February 2016
Commentary on 'Why We Consume: Neural Design and Sustainability', Neva Goodwin, Great Transition Initiative, February 2016. Read Peter Sterling's "Why We Consume: Neural Design and Sustainability"
After Paris: The New Landscape for Climate Policy, Anne-Marie Codur, William Moomaw, and Jonathan Harris, GDAE Climate Policy Brief, February 18, 2016
Paris Talks Get Underway, Anne-Marie Codur and Jonathan Harris, GDAE Climate Policy Brief, December 3, 2015
Commentary on 'The Church of Economism and Its Discontents', Jonathan Harris, Great Transition Initiative December 2015; Read Richard Norgaard's "The Church of Economism and Its Discontents"
Trade Agreements and the Land: Investment Agreements and Their Potential Impacts on Land Governance, Rachel Thrasher, Dario Bevilaqua, and Jeronim Capaldo, GDAE Background Paper, October 14, 2015.
New macroeconomics teaching for a new era: instability, inequality, and environment, Jonathan M. Harris, European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies Volume 12, Issue 2, September 2015
A Contextual Approach—Rethinking the Purpose of Economics, Neva Goodwin, Common Threads, September 2015
Two Roads Diverged in the Food Crisis: Global policy takes the one more travelled, Timothy A. Wise, Canadian Food Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2 (2015)
China in Latin America: Lessons for South-South Cooperation and Sustainable Development, Rebecca Ray, Kevin P. Gallagher, Andres Lopez, and Cynthia Sanborn, Working Group on China in Latin America: Environmental and Developmental Dimensions, April 2015 (Also available in Spanish and Chinese)
Strategies for Changing Economics Teaching, presentation by Neva Goodwin at Rethinking Economics Conference, New York City, September 14, 2014
The Human Element in the New Economics: A 60-year Refresh for Economic Thinking and Teaching, Neva Goodwin, Real-World Economics Review, no. 68, August 2014
The power of stereotyping and confirmation bias to overwhelm accurate assessment: the case of economics, gender, and risk aversion, Julie A. Nelson, Journal of Economic Methodology Volume 21, Issue 3, August 2014
Support to WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement is Insufficient or Misdirected, Jeronim Capaldo, GDAE Policy Brief, July 25, 2014
How to Change the Teaching of Economics, Neva Goodwin, GDAE Report on a panel at the CommonBound Conference, June 2014
The Uncertain Gains from Trade Facilitation, Jeronim Capaldo GDAE Policy Brief 13-02 December 2, 2013
Fiscal Austerity and the Euro Crisis: Where Will Demand Come From?, Jeronim Capaldo GDAE Policy Brief 13-01 November 21, 2013
Rising to the Challenge: Changing Course to Feed the World in 2050, Timothy A. Wise and Kristin Sundell, ActionAid Report, September 2013
El huésped no invitado del TLCAN: China y la desintegración del comercio en América del Norte, Enrique Dussel Peters y Kevin P. Gallagher, Revista CEPAL 110, August 2013
How We Count Hunger Matters, Frances Moore Lappé, Jennifer Clapp, Molly Anderson, Robin Broad, Ellen Messer, Thomas Pogge and Timothy Wise, Ethics & International Affairs FirstView Article, pp 1-9, July 9, 2013
Profiting from Precaution: How China’s Policy Banks Can Enhance Social and Environmental Standards, Kevin P. Gallagher, Paulson Institute Policy Memorandum, July 2013
Book Review of Food by Jennifer Clapp, Timothy A. Wise, Review of Policy Research, June 2013.
Can Extractive Industries Promote Sustainable Development? A Net Benefits Framework and a Case Study of the Marlin Mine in Guatemala, Lyuba Zarsky and Leonardo Stanley, The Journal of Environment Development (June 2013) vol. 22 no. 2, 131-154
China’s Economic Effects on the U.S.-Mexico Trade Relationship: Towards a New Triangular Relationship?, Kevin P. Galllagher and Enrique Dussel Peters, China and the New Triangular Relationships in the Americas. China and the Future of US-Mexico Relations, May 2013
Os Novos Bancos em Cena: Financiamentos Chineses na América Latina, Kevin P. Gallagher, Amos Irwin, e Katherine Koleski, Inter-American Dialogue Report, updated May 2013
Framing Hunger: A Response to "The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2012", Frances Moore Lappé, Timothy A. Wise, et. al. Small Planet Institute, May 2013
Post-Crisis Capital Account Regulation in South Korea and South Africa, Brittany A. Baumann and Kevin P. Gallagher, PERI Working Paper No. 320, April 2013
IMF's New View on Capital Controls, Kevin P Gallagher and Jose Antonio Ocampo, Economic & Political Weekly Vol - XLVIII No. 12, March 23, 2013
Capital Account Regulations and the Trading System: A Compatibility Review, The Task Force on Regulating Global Capital Flows for Long-Run Development, March 2013 (Available in Spanish and Portuguese)
China, el nuevo banco de America Latino, by Kevin P. Gallagher and Estefanía Marchán, El Universo, February 5, 2013
A year of squandered opportunities to resolve the food crisis, Timothy A. Wise and Sophia Murphy, IATP Commentary, January 31, 2013
Resolving the food crisis: The need for decisive action, Timothy A. Wise & Sophia Murphy, Al Jazeera, January 30, 2013 (Also reprinted in Third World Economics: Trends and Analysis)
The IMF’s New Transfers Policy and the Trading System by Kevin P. Gallagher, Investment Treaty News, January 14, 2013
¿Un mejor trato? Análisis comparativo de los préstamos chinos en América Latina, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Amos Irwin, y Katherine Koleski, Centro de Estudios China-México de la Facultad de Economía de la UNAM, Updated January 2013
The IMF’s New View on Financial Globalization: A Critical Assessment, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Pardee Center Issues in Brief, No. 26, December 2012
Capitalizing on the China Cycle: Time is Running out For Latin America, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Inter-American Dialogue Policy Brief, December 2012.
Chinese Investment and Sustainable Development in Peru: A Comparative Analysis, Amos Irwin and Kevin P. Gallagher, Working Group Discussion Paper DP34, December 2012
The Social Cost of Self-Insurance: Financial Crisis, Reserve Accumulation, and Developing, Countries, Kevin P. Gallagher and Elen Shrestha, Global Policy Journal, November 2012.
Global Food Security in a Volatile World, Timothy A. Wise, World Politics Review, November 6, 2012
Chinese FDI in Latin America: Does Ownership Matter? Enrique Dussel Peters. Working Group Discussion Paper DP33, November 2012
Fueling the Food Crisis, by Timothy A. Wise and Marie Brill, ActionAid Policy Report, October 2012.
Global Financial Reform and Trade Rules: The Need for Reconciliation, by Kevin P. Gallagher and Leonardo E. Stanley, Pardee Center Issues in Brief, No. 24, September 2012
Financial Crises and International Investment Agreements: The Case of Sovereign Debt Restructuring, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Global Policy Journal, September 6, 2012.
If we want food to remain cheap we need to stop putting it in our cars, by Timothy A. Wise, Economics Blog from The Guardian, September 5, 2012
Challenges to India's Pharmaceutical Patent Laws, by Kenneth C. Shadlen, Science, July 27, 2012.
Challenging Opportunities for the Multilateral Trade Regime, Kevin P. Gallagher, The Future and the WTO: Confronting the Challenges A Collection of Short Essays, ICTSD Programme on Global Economic Policy and Institutions, July 2012
Navigating Capital Flows in Brazil and Chile, by Kevin P. Gallagher, IPD Working Paper, June 2012.
The Global Governance of Capital Flows: New Opportunities, Enduring Challenges, by Kevin P. Gallagher, PERI Working Paper, May 2012.
Biofueling Hunger: How US Corn Ethanol Policy Drives Up Food Prices in Mexico by Timothy A. Wise and Marie Brill, ActionAid Policy Report, May 2012. Also available in Spanish.
Avoiding capital flight to developing countries: a counter-cyclical approach, Stephany Griffith-Jones and Kevin P. Gallagher in Financial stability in emerging markets: dealing with global liquidity Ulrich Volz (ed.), German Development Institute, April 2012
Regulating Global Capital Flows for Development, Kevin P. Gallagher, United Nations G-24, Policy Brief No. 68, April 7, 2012
Labor's Declining Share and Future Quality of Life, by Neva R. Goodwin. Paper for the symposium Perspectives on Limits to Growth: Challenges to Building a Sustainable Planet, presented by the Club of Rome and The Smithsonian Institution Grand Challenges Consortia, March 2012
Regulating Global Capital Flows for Long-Run Development, The Task Force on Regulating Global Capital Flows for Long-Run Development Report, March 2012. (Available in Spanish)
Economists Issue Statement on Capital Controls and the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, Initiated by GDAE and the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), this economist statement calls for negotiators of the TPPA to recognize that capital controls are legitimate prudential financial regulations, February 28, 2012.
The New Banks in Town: Chinese Finance in Latin America, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Amos Irwin, and Katherine Koleski, Inter-American Dialogue Report, February 2012.
The Continuing Food Crisis: Global Policy Reforms Lag ,Timothy A. Wise and Sophia Murphy, Economic and Political Weekly, February 25, 2012
Resolving the Food Crisis: Assessing Global Policy Reforms Since 2007, by Timothy A. Wise and Sophia Murphy, GDAE-IATP Policy Report, January 2012.
Mission Creep: International Investment Agreements and Sovereign Debt Restructuring," by Kevin P. Gallagher, Investment Treaty News, January 12, 2012.
The Myth of Financial Protectionism: The New (and old) Economics of Capital Controls, Kevin P. Gallagher, PERI Working Paper, January 2012.
Searching for Gold in the Highlands of Guatemala: Economic Benefits and Environmental Risks of the Marlin Mine , by Lyuba Zarsky and Leonardo Stanley, GDAE Report, September 2011.
Taking the China Challenge: China and the Future of Latin American Economic Development, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Latin America 2060: Consolidation or Crisis?, Pardee Center Task Force Report, September 2011.
Latin America 2060: Securing Economic Development for the Longer-Range Future, by Ann Helwege, Latin America 2060: Consolidation or Crisis?, Pardee Center Task Force Report, September 2011.
Why Metrics Matter: Evaluating Policy Choices for Reactive Nitrogen in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, by Melissa B.L. Birch, Benjamin M. Gramig, William R. Moomaw, Otto C. Doering III and Carson J. Reeling. Environmental Science & Technology 45, 168-174, 2011.
The New Vulture Culture: Sovereign Debt Restructuring and Trade and Investment Treaties, by Kevin P. Gallagher, IDEAs Working Paper Series, July 2011.
The IMF, Capital Controls and Developing Countries, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLVI No.19, May 2011.
Trading Away Financial Stability in Colombia: Capital Controls and the US-Colombia Trade Agreement, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Latin American Trade Network Brief 66, April 2011.
Reforming United States trade and investment treaties for financial stability: The case of capital controls, by Kevin P. Gallagher, International Institute for Sustainable Development Investment Treaty News, April 5, 2011.
Obama's Tricky Trip to El Salvador, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Policy Innovations, Carnegie Council, March 24, 2011.
Still Waiting for the Farm Boom: Family Farmers Worse Off Despite High Crop Prices, by Timothy A. Wise, GDAE Policy Brief 11-01, March 2011.
Mexico: The Cost of U.S. Dumping, by Timothy A. Wise, NACLA Report on the Americas, January/February, 2011.
Regaining Control? Capital Controls and the Global Financial Crisis, by Kevin P. Gallagher, PERI Working Paper No. 250, Political Economy Research Institute, February 2011.
China Discovers Latin America, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Berkeley Review, University of California, Berkeley Center for Latin American Studies, Fall/Winter 2011.
Latin America’s China Challenge, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Policy Innovations, Carnegie Council, January 20, 2011.
Curbing Hot Capital Flows to Protect the Real Economy, by Stephany Griffith-Jones and Kevin P. Gallagher, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol 46 No. 03 January 15 -21, 2011.
Taking the China Challenge: China and the Future of Latin American Economic Development, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Latin American Trade Network, Serie Brief No. 58, November 2010.
Latin America must see China as a trade threat, as well as a partner, by Kevin Gallagher, Financial Times, November 11, 2010.
Capital Controls are Prudent but Not Easy, by Kevin Gallagher, Financial Times, October 20, 2010.
China and the Future of Latin American Industrialization, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Issues in Brief, No. 18, The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, October 2010.
The Hypocrisy Clause, by Timothy A. Wise, Policy Innovations, Carnegie Council, June 18, 2010.
The Expansion of Intensive Agriculture and Ranching in Brazilian Amazonia, by Robert Walker, Ruth DeFries, Maria del Carmen Vera-Diaz, Yosio Shimabukuro, and Adriano Venturieri, in Amazonia and Global Change, 2010.
A New Economics for the Twenty-First Century, by Neva R. Goodwin, World Futures Review, June-July 2010.
New Sovereign Debt Management Regime Should be G20 Focus, by Kevin Gallagher, Financial Times, June 21, 2010.
What's Left for Latin America to do with China? by Kevin Gallagher, NACLA Report on the Americas, May/June 2010.
US trade agreements threaten emerging markets' financial stability by Kevin Gallagher, Financial Times, May 11, 2010.
Going Beyond Immigration Policy by Timothy A. Wise, Foreign Policy in Focus, May 5, 2010.
Obama's "New" Trade Policy: What Happened to Multilateralism? by Kevin Gallagher, Policy Innovations, Carnegie Council, March 22, 2010.
"Policy Space to Prevent and Mitigate Financial Crises in Global Trade and Investment Agreements,” by Kevin P. Gallagher, UNCTAD/G-24 Discussion Paper, 2010.
Capital Controls and Trade Agreements, United Nations G-24, Policy Brief No. 55
Would the Real IMF Please Stand Up? by Kevin Gallagher, Financial Times, April 21, 2010.
Oped: Monopolies are Killing Our Farms by Timothy A. Wise, nationally syndicated starting April 12, 2010.
The True Cost of Cheap Food: The globalisation of the food market has made food cheap, but who is benefiting? by Timothy A. Wise, Resurgence, Issue 259, March/April 2010. Also available in Spanish.
Control that Capital, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Foreign Policy, March 29, 2010.
U.S. BITs and Financial Stability, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Vale Columbia Center Policy Brief #19, February 2010.
Hogging the Gains from Trade: The Real Winners from U.S. Trade and Agricultural Policies, by Timothy A. Wise and Betsy Rakocy, GDAE Policy Brief 10-01, January 2010.
The Politics of Patents and Drugs in Brazil and Mexico: The Industrial Bases of Health Policies, by Kenneth C. Shadlen, Comparative Politics, October 2009.
"Are There Large New Gains from Trade?" by Kevin P. Gallagher and Timothy A. Wise, Bridges Trade Monthly, February 2010 (also published in Spanish "¿Existen nuevas ganancias de la Ronda Doha?" by Puentes Bimestral, Vol. 10, No. 6, December 2009).
Capital Controls and 21st Century Financial Crises: Evidence from Colombia and Thailand, by Bruno Coelho and Kevin P. Gallagher, PERI Working Paper No. 213, Political Economy Research Institute, January 2010.
Rethinking Trade Policy for Development: Lessons From Mexico Under NAFTA, by Eduardo Zepeda, Timothy A Wise and Kevin P. Gallagher, Carnegie Endowment Policy Outlook, December 2009.
The Future of North American Trade Policy: Lessons From NAFTA, Kevin P. Gallagher, Enrique Dussel Peters, and Timothy A. Wise (eds.), Pardee Center Task Force Report, Boston University, November 2009.
Reforming North American Trade Policy, by Kevin P. Gallagher and Timothy A. Wise, Americas Program Commentary, December 3, 2009
“Is Development Back in the Doha Round?” by Kevin P. Gallagher and Timothy A. Wise, South Centre Policy Brief #18, November 2009.
“Don´t Expect Apples From a Pear Tree: Foreign Direct Investment and Innovation in Mexico,” Enrique Dussel Peters. Working Group Discussion Paper DP28, November 2009.
“Justice Denied: Dispute Settlement in Latin America's Trade and Investment Agreements,” Michael Mortimore, Leonardo Stanley. Working Group Discussion Paper DP27, October 2009
"Congressional Testimony on Improving Investment Agreements," Kevin P. Gallagher, May 14, 2009..
"Global Crisis in Need of Global Solutions," by Kevin P. Gallagher, in Latin American Trade Network LATN Nexos 7, March 2009.
"Trading our Way Out of the Financial Crisis: The Need for WTO Reform," by Kevin P. Gallagher and Timothy A. Wise, Americas Program Policy Brief,
International Policy, March 4, 2009. (A version of this article is also available in Spanish here: http://www.ircamericas.org/esp/5943). (This article also appeared in Rebuilding Global Trade: Toward a Fairer, More Sustainable Future).
“Nafta’s Unhappy Anniversary,” by Kevin P. Gallagher and Timothy Wise, The Guardian, February 2009. [A Spanish version of this article appeared in the Mexican daily La Jornada. The Opinion Sur, an Argentina-based online publication, has also published Portuguese and Spanish versions of this article]. Also see Kevin P. Gallagher's Regular Guardian Columns.
“The Economic Crisis and the Developing World: What Next?” Kevin P. Gallagher, Interview with Robert Wade and José Antonio Ocampo, Challenge, vol. 52, no. 1, January/February 2009, pp. 27–39.
“Boom for Whom? Family Farmers Saw Lower On-Farm Income Despite High Prices,” by Timothy A. Wise and Alicia Harvie, GDAE Policy Brief 09-02, February 2009.
“Sweetening the Pot: Implicit Subsidies to Corn Sweeteners and the U.S. Obesity Epidemic,” by Alicia Harvie and Timothy A. Wise, GDAE Policy Brief 09-01, February 2009.
“Putting Development Back in the WTO,” by Timothy A. Wise and Kevin P. Gallagher, PSE, December 2008.
This article is part of a recently published booklet, " Looking beyond Doha? New thinking on trade policy and development."
“The Global Financial Crisis and Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America”, by Kevin P. Gallagher, Latin American Trade Network, Serie Brief No. 44, November 2008.
“21st Century Trade Agreements: Implications for Long-Run Development Policy” by Rachel Denae Thrasher and Kevin P. Gallagher, The Pardee Papers, No. 2, The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future, September 2008.
“The Limited Promise of Agricultural Trade Liberalization,” by Timothy A. Wise, Working Group Discussion Paper DP19, July 2008.
"The Promise and Perils of Agricultural Trade Liberalization: Lessons from the Americas,"By Mamerto Pérez, Sergio Schlesinger, and Timothy A. Wise, with the Working Group on Development and Environment in the Americas, June 2008, Washington Office on Latin America and the Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University.
“When More Is Less: The Limited Impact of Foreign Investment in the Americas,” by Kevin P. Gallagher and Andrés López, Americas Program Policy Brief, Interhemispheric Resource Center, June 11, 2008.
"Foreign Investment and Sustainable Development: Lessons from the Americas,"
by the Working Group on Development and Environment
in the Americas, May 2008, Heinrich Boll Foundation.
"The Shrinking Gains from Global Trade Liberalization in Computable General Equilibrium Models," by Frank Ackerman and Kevin P. Gallagher, International Journal of Political Economy, vol. 37, no. 1, Spring 2008. (NOTICE: Author Posting. (c) M. E. Sharpe, Inc., 2008. This article may be used for research, teaching, and private study purposes. Any substantial or systematic reproduction, re-distribution, re-selling, loan or sub-licensing, systematic supply or distribution in any form to anyone is expressly forbidden.)
"Back to the Drawing Board: No Basis for Concluding the Doha Round of Negotiations" by Kevin P. Gallagher and Timothy A. Wise, RIS Policy Brief #36, April 2008.
"From Outer Circle to Center Stage: The Maturation of Heterodox Economics" by Neva Goodwin, in Future Directions for Heterodox Economics, edited by John T. Harvey and Robert F. Garnett, Jr. (2007).
“The Politics of Patents and Drugs in Brazil and Mexico: The Industrial Bases of Health Activism,” December 2007. Ken Shadlen.
"Free Trade Agreements in the Americas: Worth the Investment?" by Kevin P. Gallagher, Bridges Trade Monthly, ICTSD, Nov.-Dec. 2007 (Also published in Spanish in ICTSD's Puentes).
"Feeding at the Trough: Industrial Livestock Firms Saved $35 billion
From Low Feed Prices," by Elanor Starmer and Timothy A. Wise, GDAE Policy Brief 07-03, December 2007.
"Florida and Climate Change: The Costs of Inaction," by Elizabeth A.Stanton and Frank Ackerman; report commissioned by Environmental Defense, Novbember 2007.
"The Economics of Atrazine," by Frank Ackerman; International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, volume 13 no. 4, (Oct-Dec 2007), pp.441-449.
"Multinationals and the “Maquila Mindset” in Mexico’s Silicon Valley," by Lyuba Zarsky and Kevin P. Gallagher, Americas Program Policy Brief,
Interhemispheric Resource Center, October 12, 2007.
"Debating Climate Economics: The Stern Review vs. Its Critics," by Frank Ackerman; report to Friends of the Earth-UK, July 2007.
"Law and Economics for a Warming World," by Lisa Heinzerling and Frank Ackerman; Harvard Law and Policy Review volume 1, no. 2, pp.331-362.
"The Carbon Content of Japan-US Trade," by Frank Ackerman, Masanobu Ishikawa, and Mikio Suga; Energy Policy, volume 35 no. 9, September 2007, pp.4455-4462.
"The Economics of Inaction on Climate Change: A Sensitivity Analysis," by Frank Ackerman and Ian Finlayson; Climate Policy, volume 6 no. 5 (2006), pp.509-526. (Despite the nominal publication date, this first appeared in print in mid-2007.)
An earlier version of this article first appeared as a GDAE Working Paper: "The Economics of Inaction on Climate Change: A Sensitivity Analysis," Frank Ackerman and Ian Finlayson; GDAE Working Paper 06-07. October, 2006.
"Relevance of ‘Policy Space’ for Development:
Implications for Multilateral Trade Negotiations," by Nagesh Kumar and Kevin P. Gallagher, RIS Discussion Paper #120, March 2007.
"No Fast Track to Global Poverty Reduction," by Timothy A. Wise and Kevin P. Gallagher, GDAE Policy Brief 07-02, April 2007.
"The WTO and the Shrinking of Development Space—How Big is the Bite?" by Alisa DiCaprio and Kevin P. Gallagher, Journal of World Investment and Trade, Volume 7, no. 5, October 2006.
A policy brief based on this article appeared as "Measuring the Cost of Lost Policy Space at the WTO," Americas Program, International Relations Center, March 20, 2007.
This document was also published in Spanish and Korean.
"Industrial Livestock Companies' Gains from Low Feed Prices, 1997-2005," by Timothy A. Wise and Elanor Starmer, GDAE Policy Brief 07-01, February, 2007.
"Do Investment Agreements Attract Investment? Evidence from Latin America," by Kevin P. Gallagher and Melissa B.L. Birch, Journal of World Investment and Trade v7, no6., December 2006.
"Climate Change - The Costs of Inaction," by Frank Ackerman and Liz Stanton, report released with Friends of the Earth UK, October 2006.
NAFTA Working For Mexico?" by Kevin
P. Gallagher, The Environmental Forum, May/June
Round and Developing Countries: Will the Doha deal
do more harm than good?" by Timothy A. Wise and Kevin P. Gallagher, RIS Policy
Brief #22, April 2006.
Foreign Investment for Development,"
By Kevin P.Gallagher and Lyuba Zarsky, Published in
Post-Autistic Economics Review, Issue no.
37, April 28, 2006
"Implications of REACH for the Developing Countries," by Frank Ackerman (principal author), Liz Stanton, Rachel Massey, Brian Roach, and others; report from the International Chemical Secretariat (Chemsec) to the European Parliament. March, 2006. Also available in French: "Les Implications De Reach Pour Les Pays En Développement"
Hidden Price Tag" By Kevin P. Gallagher,
Bridges Trade Monthly, March-April, 2006.
WTO's Development Crumbs," By Timothy
A. Wise, Foreign Policy in Focus, January
Trading Away Industrial Development?"
Kevin P. Gallagher, IRC Americas Program Policy
Report, December 13, 2005
Hong Kong Ministerial: What’s at Stake for the
Poor?" By Timothy A. Wise and Kevin
P. Gallagher, Bridges Trade Monthly, December
2005. (Also available in Spanish.)
"Preserving Policy Space
for Sustainable Development: The Subsidies Agreement
at the WTO," Francisco Aguayo
Ayala and Kevin P. Gallagher, Trade Knowledge
Network/IISD, December 2005.†
Doha Round's Development Impacts: Shrinking Gains
and Real Costs," RIS Policy Brief
#19, by Timothy A. Wise and Kevin P. Gallagher,
Peasant Coffee Production: Organic and Fair Trade
Markets in Mexico," by Muriel Calo
and Timothy A. Wise, October 2005.
Industry and Sustainable Chemistry: The Benefits of
Clean Development," by
Frank Ackerman and Rachel Massey, October 2005.
a Healthy Economy: Chemicals Risk Management as a
Driver of Development," by Rachel
Massey, report for the Swedish Chemicals Inspectorate,
REACH: A Guide for Companies that Use Chemicals",
by Rachel Massey, The International Chemical Secretariat
(Chemsec), March 2005.
False Promise", by Kevin P. Gallagher,
Americas Program Policy Brief, International Relations
Center, March 21, 2005.
True Costs of REACH", by Frank Ackerman
and Rachel Massey, Nordic Council of Ministers, December
You Didn’t Learn in Ec 101",
Presentation by Neva Goodwin at the 15th Annual Social
Investment Forum, SRI in the Rockies, October 9, 2004.
Turf Management at Tufts"
by Shannon Nally with Rachel Massey, Caleb
McClennen, and Dina Dubson. A project of the Tufts
Institute for the Environment (TIE) and the Global
Development and Environment Institute (GDAE), September
Trade and the Environment: Mexico, NAFTA, and Beyond,"
by Kevin P. Gallagher, Americas Program Policy Brief,
Interhemispheric Resource Center, September 17, 2004.
(Published in Spanish in La Jornada en la Economia,
August 9, 2004, "Libre
Comercio y Ecologia: El Paraiso Contaminante."
Cost-Benefit Analysis to Past Decision: Was Protecting
the Environment Ever a Good Idea?" by
Frank Ackerman, Lisa Heinzerling, and Rachel Massey,
Center for Progressive Regulation White Paper
#401, July 2004.
Firewalls: The Continuing Triumph of Efficiency over
Safety in Regulating Mad Cow Risks",
by Thomas O. McGarity with Frank Ackerman, a report
from the Center for Progressive Regulation, July 2004.
and the Environment: Lessons from the Americas,
by the Working Group on Development and Environment
in the Americas, July 2004, Heinrich Boll Foundation.
Trade in Tropical Crops is Possible: International
Commodity Agreements Revisited,”
by Niek Koning, Muriel Calo, and Roel Jongeneel. North-South
Centre Discussion Paper No. 3, Wangeningen University,
Up the Wrong Tree: Agricultural Subsidies, Dumping,
and Policy Reform,"
Bridges Trade Monthly, May 2004.
in Spanish, in Puentes entre el comercio y
el desarrollo sostenible.)
Economics of Phasing Out PVC,"
Frank Ackerman and Rachel Massey, December
Industrial Development? The Performance of Mexico’s
FDI-led Integration Strategy", Kevin
P. Gallagher, and Lyuba Zarsky, November 2003.
Environmental Review of the FTAA: Examining the U.S.
Approach," Kevin P. Gallagher, Carnegie
Endowment for International Peace, Trade, Equity,
and Development Series, No. 7, August 2003.
Untold Stories: Mexico's Grassroots Responses to North
American Integration, Timothy A. Wise,
Americas Program Policy Report (Silver City, NM: Interhemispheric
Resource Center, June 10, 2003).
Assessments: Tools for Effective Trade Policy in the
Hemisphere", by Kevin P. Gallagher
and Hernán Blanco. Published by The Americas
Program, Interhemispheric Resource Center (IRC), April
to PVC: An Economic Analysis," by Frank
Ackerman, presentation delivered at the U.S. Green
Building Conference in Austin, Texas, November 2002.
A Cautionary Tale." by
Timothy A. Wise and Kevin P. Gallagher, published
by Foreign Policy in Focus and the "Americas
Program" of the Interhemispheric Resource Center,
October 24, 2002. (Also
available in Spanish.)
with Precaution", by Frank Ackerman and
Rachel Massey. In this commissioned report for the
Massachusetts-based Alliance for a Healthy Tomorrow,
the authors argue that implementing the precautionary
principle is not just good science, it is also good
economics. (Report published August 2002.)
Nursing Shortage a Democracy Crisis?"
Op-Ed by Neva R. Goodwin, printed in The Providence
Journal, August 30, 2002.
Billion-Dollar Bonus", by Kayo Tajima
and Frank Ackerman, op-ed article from The Boston
Globe on the value of creating open spaces following
Analysis in Environmental Reviews of Trade Agreements:
Assessing the North American Experience."
by Kevin P. Gallagher, Frank Ackerman, and Luke Ney,
Huggers No Longer!" by Frank Ackerman,
a review of Bjorn Lomborg's The Skeptical Environmentalist:
Measuring the State of the Real World, as it appeared
in The Nation, March 25, 2002.
the United States a Pollution Haven?"
by Frank Ackerman, published by Foreign Policy
in Focus and the "Americas Program"
of the Interhemispheric Resource Center, March 1,
available in Spanish.)
Track: Fix It or Nix It." by Kevin
Gallagher, published by Foreign Policy in Focus
and the "Americas Program" of the Interhemispheric
Resource Center, January 25, 2002. (Also
available in Spanish.)
the Priceless: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Environmental
Regulation. by Frank Ackerman and Lisa Heinzerling,
published by the Environmental Law and Policy Institute
of the Georgetown University Law Center, 2002.
Retrospective Review of FERC's Environmental Impact
Statement on Open Transmission Access."
A report for the North American Commission for Environmental
Cooperation on energy deregulation in North America,
co-authored by Frank Ackerman with Tim Woolf, Geoff
Keith, and David White of Synapse Energy Economics,
October 19, 2001. (Available as PDF file from
Faith in Free Trade: The Greatest Story Oversold."
by Kevin Gallagher, Foreign Policy in Focus, June
Openers and Comparative Advantage: Alternative Theories
of Free Trade and Globalization." by
Frank Ackerman, Speech presented to the Environment
Forum of the Peoples' Summit of the Americas, April
Risk Economics: Gambling on Cost-Benefit Analysis
for Arsenic Standards." Comments submitted
to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, August
Submits Comments to USTR: Building on its critique
of the misuses of economic modeling in assessing the
potential environmental impacts of trade agreements,
GDAE and some of its Latin American collaborators
have submitted formal comments to the USTR on proposed
trade agreements. Those filings include:
Free Trade Agreement -- Environmental Review:
Kevin Gallagher and Frank Ackerman, along with Hernan
Blanco and Annie Dufey of Chile's Center for Planning
and Research on the Environment (CIPMA), November
the comments (PDF).
Trade Area of the Americas -- Environmental Review
Methodology: "The Limits of Economic
Modeling in the FTAA Environmental Review."
(PDF) Frank Ackerman, Kevin Gallagher, and Alejandro
Nadal, January 2001.
Trade Area of the Americas -- General: "NAFTA:
A Cautionary Tale", by Kevin P. Gallagher and
Timothy A. Wise, September 2002.
A range of predictions for the future, Neva Goodwin, Ecological Economics,1994
"Lessons for the World from U.S. Agriculture: Unbundling Technology" by
Neva Goodwin, World Development, 1991