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Venezuela's Economic Recovery: Is It Sustainable?

September 2012, Mark Weisbrot and Jake Johnston

The Mexican Economy and the 2012 Elections

June 2012, Mark Weisbrot and Rebecca Ray

More Pain, No Gain for Greece: Is the Euro Worth the Costs of Pro‐Cyclical Fiscal Policy and Internal Devaluation?

February 2012, Mark Weisbrot and Juan Antonio Montecino

Latvia's Internal Devaluation: A Success Story?

December 2011, Mark Weisbrot and Rebecca Ray

The Argentine Success Story and its Implications

October 2011, Mark Weisbrot, Rebecca Ray, Juan A. Montecino and Sara Kozameh

Obama’s Latin America Policy: Continuity Without Change
May 2011, Mark Weisbrot

The Scorecard on Development, 1960-2010: Closing the Gap?

April 2011, Mark Weisbrot and Rebecca Ray

Analysis of the OAS Mission’s Draft Report on Haiti’s Election
January 2011, Mark Weisbrot and Jake Johnston

Haiti's Fatally Flawed Election
January 2011, Jake Johnston and Mark Weisbrot

Television in Venezuela: Who Dominates the Media?
December 2010, Mark Weisbrot and Tara Ruttenberg

The Gains From Trade: South American Economic Integration and the Resolution of Conflict
November 2010, Mark Weisbrot and Jake Johnston

The IMF and Economic Recovery: Is Fund Policy Contributing to Downside Risks?
October 2010, Mark Weisbrot and Juan Montecino

Update on the Venezuelan Economy
September 2010, Mark Weisbrot and Rebecca Ray

Alternatives to Fiscal Austerity in Spain

July 2010, Mark Weisbrot and Juan Montecino

Using Food Aid to Support, Not Harm, Haitian Agriculture
April 2010, Mark Weisbrot, Jake Johnston, and Rebecca Ray

Latvia’s Recession: The Cost of Adjustment With An “Internal Devaluation”

February 2010, Mark Weisbrot and Rebecca Ray

Bolivia: The Economy During the Morales Administration
December 2009, Mark Weisbrot, Rebecca Ray and Jake Johnston

CEPR Responds to the IMF’s Reply and Defense of Its Policies During the World Recession
October 2009, Mark Weisbrot

IMF-Supported Macroeconomic Policies and the World Recession: A Look at Forty-One Borrowing Countries
October 2009, Mark Weisbrot, Rebecca Ray, Jake Johnston, Jose Antonio Cordero and Juan Antonio Montecino

Update on the Ecuadorian Economy
June 2009, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Estimating the Cost of Contributions to the IMF
May 2009, Mark Weisbrot and David Rosnick

IMF Voting Shares: No Plans for Significant Changes
May 2009, Mark Weisbrot and Jake Johnston

Empowering the IMF: Should Reform be a Requirement for Increasing the Fund’s Resources?

April 2009, Mark Weisbrot, Jose Cordero and Luis Sandoval

Inflation Experiences in Latin America, 2007-2008
February 2009, Mark Weisbrot and David Rosnick

The Chávez Administration at 10 Years: The Economy and Social Indicators
February 2009, Mark Weisbrot, Rebecca Ray and Luis Sandoval

Update - Debt Cancellation for Haiti: No Reason For Further Delays

December 2008, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Poverty Reduction in Venezuela: A Reality Based View

Fall 2008, ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America, Mark Weisbrot

Argentina: The Crisis That Isn't
October 2008, Mark Weisbrot

The United States and the World: Where Are We Headed?
September 2008, Mark Weisbrot

Oil Drilling in Environmentally Sensitive Areas: The Role of the Media
September 2008, Mark Weisbrot and Nichole Szembrot

The Distribution of Bolivia's Most Important Natural Resources and the Autonomy Conflicts
July 2008, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

"Illiteracy" Revisited: What Ortega and Rodríguez Read in the Household Survey
May 2008, David Rosnick and Mark Weisbrot

How Not to Attack an Economist (and an Economy): Getting the Numbers Right

April 2008, Mark Weisbrot

An Empty Research Agenda: The Creation of Myths About Contemporary Venezuela
March 2008, Mark Weisbrot

The Economic Impact of a U.S. Slowdown on the Americas
March 2008, Mark Weisbrot, John Schmitt and Luis Sandoval

Update: The Venezuelan Economy in the Chávez Years
February 2008, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Tilting Rightward: C-SPAN's Coverage of Think Tanks
December 2007, Juan Antonio Montecino and Mark Weisbrot

Debt Cancellation for Haiti: No Reason for Further Delays
December 2007, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Argentina's Economic Recovery: Policy Choices and Implications

October 2007, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Bolivia's Economy - An Update

August 2007, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Ten Years After: The Lasting Impact of the Asian Financial Crisis
August 2007, Mark Weisbrot

The Venezuelan Economy in the Chávez Years
July 2007, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Political Forecasting? The IMF’s Flawed Growth Projections for Argentina and Venezuela

April 2007, David Rosnick and Mark Weisbrot

Bolivia's Economy: The First Year

January 2007, Mark Weisbrot

Are Shorter Work Hours Good for the Environment? A Comparison of U.S. & European Energy Consumption

December 2006, David Rosnick and Mark Weisbrot

Latin America: The End of An Era

Winter 2006, Mark Weisbrot

Ecuador's Presidential Election: Background on Economic Issues

November 2006, Mark Weisbrot, Luis Sandoval, Belén Cadena 

Brazil’s Presidential Election: Background on Economic Issues
September 2006, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval  

An Analysis of Discrepancies in the Mexican Presidential Election Results
August 2006, Mark Weisbrot, Luis Sandoval and Carla Paredes-Drouet

An Analysis of Mexico's Recounted Ballots
August 2006, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick, Luis Sandoval and Carla Paredes-Drouet

A Shrinking Market: Projections for U.S. Imports
July 2006, Mark Weisbrot and David Rosnick

Mexico's Presidential Election: Background on Economic Issues

June 2006, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Poverty Rates In Venezuela: Getting the Numbers Right

May 2006, Mark Weisbrot, Luis Sandoval, and David Rosnick

Peru's Election: Background on Economic Issues

April 2006, Mark Weisbrot

Bolivia's Challenges

March 2006, Mark Weisbrot and Luis Sandoval

Scorecard on Development: 25 Years of Diminished Progress

September 2005, Mark Weisbrot, Dean Baker and David Rosnick

Four Economic Issues That Environmentalists Should Care About
September 2005, Mark Weisbrot

A Note on Venezuela's Economic Performance

June 2005, Mark Weisbrot

Growing the Social Security Crisis: The Social Security Administration's Poverty Rate Projections

January 2005, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot

Poor Numbers: The Impact of Trade Liberalization on World Poverty

November 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick and Dean Baker

Getting Mexico to Grow with NAFTA: The World Bank's Analysis

October 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick, and Dean Baker

Going Down With the Dollar: The Cost to Developing Countries of a Declining Dollar
September 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick, and Dean Baker

Black Swans, Conspiracy Theories, and the Quixotic Search for Fraud: A Look at Hausmann and Rigobon's Analysis of Venezuela's Referendum Vote
September 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick, and Todd Tucker

Applying Economics to Economists: Good Governance at the International Financial Institutions

July 2004, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker

NAFTA at Ten: The Recount

March 2004, Mark Weisbrot, David Rosnick, and Dean Baker

The Cancún Ministerial and the U.S.: Public Perception, Reality, and Implications
February 2004, Mark Weisbrot and Todd Tucker

Fool's Gold: Projections of the U.S. Import Market

January 2004, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot

Another Lost Decade? Latin America's Growth Failure Continues into the 21st Century

November 2003, Mark Weisbrot and David Rosnick

False Promises on Trade

July 2003, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot

The Economic Costs of a War in Iraq: The Negative Scenario
December 2002, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot

Argentina's Crisis: The Costs and Consequences of Default to the IFIs
November 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Alan Cibils

Paying the Bills in Brazil: Does the IMF Math Add Up?
September 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker

Argentina Since Default: The IMF and the Depression
September 2002, Alan Cibils, Mark Weisbrot and Debayani Kar

The Relative Impact of Trade Liberalization on Developing Countries
June 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker

The Role of Social Security Privitization in Argentina's Economic Crisis
April 2002, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot

When 'Good Parents' Go Bad: The IMF in Argentina
April 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker

What Happened to Argentina?

January 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker

Will New Trade Gains Make Us Rich? An Assessment of the Prospective Gains from New Trade Agreements

October 2001, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot

The Scorecard on Globalization 1980-2000: 20 Years of Diminished Progress

July 2001, Mark Weisbrot, Dean Baker, Egor Kraev, Judy Chen

Growth May Be Good for the Poor, But are IMF and World Bank Policies Good for Growth?

May 2001, Mark Weisbrot, Dean Baker, Robert Naiman, and Gila Neta

One Year After Seattle: Globalization Revisited
November 2000

The Emperor Has No Growth: Declining Econ. Growth Rates in the Era of Globalization
November 2000(with Robert Naiman and Joyce Kim)

Globalization: A Primer
October 1999

Lessons for the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA)
April 1999 (with Neil Watkins)

 

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Brazil’s Presidential Election: Background on Economic Issues, Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, September 2006 (with Luis Sandoval).

An Analysis of Discrepancies in the Mexican Presidential Election Results, Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, August 2006 (with Luis Sandoval and Carla Drouet-Paredes).

An Analysis of Mexico's Recounted Ballots , Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, August 2006 (with David Rosnick, Luis Sandoval and Carla Paredes-Drouet).

A Shrinking Market: Projections for U.S. Imports, Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, July 2006 (with David Rosnick). En español

Mexico's Presidential Election: Background on Economic Issues, Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, June 2006 (with Luis Sandoval). En español

Poverty Rates in Venezuela: Getting the Numbers Right, Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, May 2006 (with Luis Sandoval and David Rosnick). En español

Peru's Election: Background on Economic Issues, Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, April 2006. En español Bolivia's Challenges, Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, March 2006 (with Luis Sandoval). En español

Scorecard on Development: 25 Years of Diminished Progress, Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, September 2005 (with Dean Baker and David Rosnick). En español

Four Economic Issues That Environmentalists Should Care About, Washington, DC: Center for Economic and Policy Research, September 2005. (This paper was prepared for the Sierra Summit 2005.)

A Note on Venezuela's Economic Performance, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, June 2005.

Growing the Social Security Crisis: The Social Security Administration's Poverty Rate Projections, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, January 2005 (with Dean Baker). Printer-Friendly Version

Poor Numbers: The Impact of Trade Liberalization on World Poverty, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, November 2004 (with Dean Baker and David Rosnick). Printer-Friendly Version

Getting Mexico to Grow with NAFTA: The World Bank's Analysis, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, October 2004 (with Dean Baker and David Rosnick). Printer-Friendly Version

Going Down with the Dollar: The Cost to Developing Countries of a Declining Dollar, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, September 2004 (with Dean Baker and David Rosnick). Printer-Friendly Version

Black Swans, Conspiracy Theories and the Quixotic Search for Fraud: A Look at Hausmann and Rigobon's Analysis of Venezuela's Referendum Vote, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, September 2004 (with David Rosnick and Todd Tucker). Printer-Friendly Version

Applying Economics to Economists: Good Governance at the International Financial Institutions, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, July 2004 (with Dean Baker). Printer-Friendly Version

NAFTA at Ten: The Recount, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, March 2004 (with David Rosnick and Dean Baker).

The Cancún Ministerial and the U.S.: Public Perception, Reality, and Implications, in Post-Cancún Debate: Options, Views, and Perspectives From South and North, Berlin: Heinrich Böll Foundation, February 2004 (with Todd Tucker)

Fool's Gold: Projections of the U.S. Import Market, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, January 2004 (with Dean Baker). Printer-Friendly version En español Versión imprimible en español

Another Lost Decade? Latin America's Growth Failure Continues into the 21st Century, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, November 2003 (with David Rosnick). Printer-Friendly Version

False Promises on Trade, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, July 2003 (with Dean Baker). A response to an article by the Editorial Board of the New York Times on Sunday, July 20, 2003, “The Rigged Trade Game."

The Economic Costs of a War in Iraq: The Negative Scenario, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, December 2002 (with Dean Baker). Printer-Friendly Version

Argentina's Crisis: The Costs and Consequences of Default to the International Financial Institutions, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, November 2002 (with Alan Cibils).
Printer-Friendly Version En español Versión Imprimible en español
Excerpts from this issue brief were printed in Clarín, Argentina's largest daily newspaper.

Paying the Bills in Brazil: Does the IMF Math Add Up?, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, September 2002 (with Dean Baker). Printer-Friendly Version

Argentina Since Default: the IMF and the Depression
, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, September 2002 (with Alan Cibils and Debayani Kar). Printer-Friendly Version, En español, Versión imprimible en español.

“The Relative Impact of Trade Liberalization on Developing Countries” with Dean Baker, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, June 2002.

"What Happened to Argentina" with Dean Baker, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, January 2002.

“The Economic Costs of a War in Iraq: The Negative Scenario” with Dean Baker, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, December 2002.

“Argentina's Crisis: The Costs and Consequences of Default to the International Financial Institutions” with Alan Cibils, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, November 2002.

“Paying the Bills in Brazil: Does the IMF Math Add Up?” with Dean Baker, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, September 2002.

"Argentina Since Default: the IMF and the Depression," with Alan Cibils and Debayani Kar, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, September 2002.

"The Relative Impact of Trade Liberalization on Developing Countries" with Dean Baker, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, June 2002.

"The Role of Social Security Privatization in Argentina's Economic Crisis," with Dean Baker, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, April 2002.

"When 'Good Parents' Go Bad: The IMF in Argentina," with Dean Baker, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, April 2002.

"What Happened to Argentina" with Dean Baker, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, January 31, 2002.

"Will Trade Gains Make Us Rich? An Assessment of the Prospective Gains From New Trade Agreements" with Dean Baker, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, October 2001.

“The Scorecard on Globalization 1980-2000: Twenty Years of Diminished Progress,” with Dean Baker, Egor Kraev and Judy Chen, Washington, D.C.: Center for Economic and Policy Research, July 2001.

For access to more of Mark Weisbrot's papers, see Publications.

 

Books and Book Chapters

"Ten Years After: The Lasting Impact of the Asian Financial Crisis" in Ten Years After: Revisiting the Asian Financial Crisis. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars: October 2007.

"The Scorecard on Development: 25 Years of Diminished Progress," in Vicente Navarro (ed.), Neoliberalism, Globalization, and Inequalities: Consequences for Health and Quality of Life . Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company, Inc, 2007 (with David Rosnick and Dean Baker).

"The Scorecard on Development: 25 Years of Diminished Progress," (with Mark Weisbrot and David Rosnick), in Flat World, Big Gaps: Economic Liberalization, Globalization, Poverty and Inequality, Jomo K.S. with Jacques Baudot, eds. London, UK: Zed Books, 2007.

Social Security: The Phony Crisis, with Dean Baker (University of Chicago Press, 2000).

 

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