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Adetunji, Jacob (2000). Trends in Under-5 Mortality Rates and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 78: 1200-1206.

Barkin, David (1990). Distorted Development: Mexico in the world economy. Published Boulder: Westview Press.

Bird, Graham (2001). IMF Programs: Do They Work? Can They be Made Better?. World Development Vol. 29, No. 11, pp. 1849-1865.

Blackden, Mark and Shimwaayi Muntemba (2001). The Gender Dimension of HIV/AIDS: Putting Gender into the Map. Africa Region Gender Team, Office of the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Director. World Bank. October. Retrieved July 10, 2003.

Bliss, C. J. (1994). Economic Theory and Policy for Trading Blocks. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Bonnel, R. (2000). Economic Analysis of HIV/AIDS. World Bank, p.3.

Braveman, P. (2002a). Measuring Health Equity Within Countries: The Challenge of Limited Information. Journal of the American Medical Association 288 (October 2, 2002): 1650.

Braveman, P. (2002b). Powerpoint Presentation.

Bretton Woods Project (2004).  IMF's "Role Put Into Question": Argentina Crisis Evaluation.  10th August 2004. Retrieved on 8/17/2004.

Scott, Gerald. (1998). Who has Failed Africa? IMF Measures or the African Leadership. Journal of Asian and African Studies, Vol. 33, No. 3 (August).

Brohman, J. (1995a). Universalism, Euro-Centrism, and Ideological Bias in Development Studies: From Modernization to Neoliberalism.Third World Quarterly 16(1), pp. 121-140.

Bulletin of the World Health Organization (2000). 78(10): 1200Ð1206.

Burden of Disease Unit (2000). The Global Burden of Disease Publication Series, Harvard.

Castro-Leal, F. , J. Dayton, et al. (2000). Public Spending on Health Care in Africa. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 78(1): 70.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (2001). Malaria.

Cerruti, Mascela (2000). Economic Reform, Structural Adjustment and Female Labor Force Participation in Buenos Aires, Argentina. World Development Vol 28, No.5, pp. 879-891.

Chasin, Barbara and Richard W. Franke (1991). The Kerala Difference. New York Review of Books, October 24, 1991.

Chinn, Menzie D., Robert W. Fairlie (2004). The Determinants of the Global Digital Divide: A Cross-Country Analysis of Computer and Internet Penetration. California Digital Library. Retrieved 13 July 2004.

Conway, Patrick (1994). IMF Lending Programs: Participation and Impact. Journal of Development Economics, vol. 45 (1994) pp. 365-391.

Dobson, R. (2000). Sanctions Against Iraq "Double" Child Mortality.(News). British Medical Journal v321(n7275 (Dec 16, 2000): 1490.

Dollar, D. and A. Kraay (2001). Trade, Growth and Poverty. Finance & Development, September.

Dreze, J. and A. Sen (1989). Hunger and Public Action. Oxford, Clarendon Press.

Dreze, J. and H. Gazdar (1992). Hunger and poverty in Iraq 1991.  World Development, 20 (7): 921-945.

Easterly, W. R. (2001). The Elusive Quest for Growth: Economists' Adventures and Misadventures in the Tropics. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press.

Easterly, William (2001). What Did Structural Adjustment Adjust?. Center for Global Development, Institute for International Economics. August 2001.

Evans, Leslie (2003).  The Crisis in Argentina. UCLA Latin American Center,  April 2003. Retrieved on 8/17/04.

Feldstein, Martin (2002). Argentina's Fall.  Foreign Affairs:  Mar/ Apr 2002 vol. 81, i 2, p 8.  Retrieved on 8/17/04 at!xrn_1_0_A82782317?sw_aep=

Fischer, Stanely (1997). Applied Economics in Action: IMF Programs. The American Economic Review, Vol. 87, No. 2 (May 1997).

Feinberg, Richard (1988). The Changing Relationship Between the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. International Organization, Vol. 42, No. 3, Summer 1988, pp. 545-560.

Gibb, R. and W. Michalak (eds.) (1994). Continental Trading Blocs: The Growth of Regionalism in the World Economy. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Gupta, G. Rao (2000). Gender, Sexuality, and HIV/AIDS: The What, the Why, and the How. International Center for Research on Women (ICRW). Retrieved July 9, 2003.

Gwatkin, D. R. (2001). Overcoming the Inverse Care Law: Designing Health Programs to Serve Disadvantaged Population Groups in Developing Countries. Ms, World Bank.

Gwatkin D. (2002). Reducing Health Inequalities in Developing Countries. In: Oxford Textbook of Public Health , 4th ed. (Editors Detels R, McEwen J, Beaglehole R & Tanaka H) Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Harris, L. (1988). The IMF and Mechanisms of Integration. In: Crow B. and M. Thorpe (Ed's.) Survival and Change in the Third World. New York: Oxford University Press.

Held, D. et. al. (1999).Global Transformations: Politics, Economics and Culture. Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press.

Hewitt, T., H. Johnson and D. Wield (Editors) (1992). Industrialization and Development. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Hopkinson, N. (ed). (1992). Completing the Gatt Uruguay Round: Renewed Multilateralism or a World of Regional Trading Blocs? Wilton Park Paper No. 61, HMSO, London.

Hunt, D. (1989). Economic Theories of Development: An Analysis of Competing Paradigms. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

Hutchinson, Martin (2002).  Where Next in Argentina?.  United Press International: Oct. 21, 2002.  Retrieved on 8/17/2004 at!xrn_1_0_A93218030?sw_aep=

Hutchison, Michael (2001). A Cure Worse Than the Disease? Currency Crisis and Output Costs of IMF-Supported Stabilization Programs. NBER Working Paper 8305, May 2001.

Hutchison, Michael and Ilan Noy (2003). Macroeconomic Effects of IMF-Sponsored Programs in Latin America: Output Costs, Program Recidivism and the Vicious Cycle of Failed Stabilizations. Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol. 22 (2003) pp. 991-1014.

International Monetary Fund (IMF) (1996). Direction of Trade Statistics Yearbook 1996, Washington DC: IMF.

International Monetary Fund (2004).  Report on the Evaluation of the Role of the IMF
in Argentina
, 1991Ð2001.  Retrieved on 8/17/2004.

Jeter, Jon  (2003). Scrap by Scrap, Argentines Scratch Out a Meager Living.  Laid-off Workers Survive as Trash Pickers. Washington Post; June 7, 2003; Page A01.

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and World Health Organization (WHO) (2002). AIDS Epidemic Update. December. Retrieved June 23, 2003.

Kaimowitz, David, Graham Thiele and Pablo Pacheco (1999). The Effects of Structural Adjustment on Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Lowland Bolivia. World Development vol. 27, No. 3, pp. 505-520, 1999.

Kennedy BP, Kawachi I, Prothrow-Stith D. (1996). Income Distribution and Mortality: Cross Sectional Ecological Study of the Robin Hood Index in the United States. British Medical Journal 1996; 312: 1004-7.

Kidron, M and Segal, R (1995). The State of the World Atlas. London: Penguin.

Kiely, R. (1998). Industrialization and Development: A Comparative Analysis. London, Bristol, Pa., UCL Press.

Kiguel, Miguel (2002).  Structural Reform in Argentina: Success or Failure?.  Comparative Economic Studies.  Summer-Fall 2002, p83(20).

Klasen and Wink (2003). Missing Women: Revisiting the Debate. Feminist Economics vol 9
(2-3): 263-299.

Krauss, Clifford (2001).  Argentina Limits Withdrawals as Banks Near Collapse.  New York Times (1857 Ð current files); December 3, 2001; ProQuest Historical Newspapers The New York Times; page A3.

Krueger, Anne (2002).  Crisis Prevention and Resolution: Lessons from Argentina.  International Monetary Fund.  Retrieved on 8/17/2004.

Kwaramba, P. (1997). UNAIDS. Retrieved June 24, 2003.

Latin Trade (2003).  Living on Less. October 2003 v11 i10 p71(1)  Retrieved on 3/31/04 at!xrn_7_0_A109944696?sw_aep=

Lewis, Tom (2002). Argentina's RevoltInternational Socialist Review; Jan-Feb. 2002.  Retrieved 3/31/04.

Lok-Dessallien, R. (2000). Review of Poverty Concepts and Indicators. UNDP Social Development and Poverty Elimination Division (SEPED) Series on Poverty Reduction.

Madrick, J. (1998). The IMF Approach: The Half-Learned Lessons of History. (International Monetary Fund). World Policy Journal v15(n3 (Fall, 1998)): 39 (4 pages).

Madrick, J., Ed. (2000). Unconventional Wisdom : Alternative Perspectives on the New Economy. New York, Century Foundation Press.

Maniam, Balasundram, Hadley Leavell, Vrishali Patel (2004).  Financial Crisis in Emerging Markets: Case of Argentina.  Journal of American Academy of Business, Cambridge.  March 2004 v4; i1/2; p434. 

Mercer-Blackman, Valerie and Anna Unigovskaya (2000). Compliance With IMF Program Indicators and Growth in Transition Economies. IMF Working Paper 2000 WP/00/47.

Messkoub, Mahmood (1992). Deprivation and Structural Adjustment. Wuytz, M., T. Hewitt ad M. Mackintosh (Ed's.) Development Policy and Public Action. New York: Oxford Press .

Milanovic, Branko (2002). True World Income Distribution, 1988 and 1993: First Calculation Based on Household Surveys Alone. The Economic Journal vol 112 Page 51  - January 2002.

Murthi, Mamta, et al, (1995). Mortality Fertility and Gender Bias in India: A District Level Analysis, June 1995.

Mussa, Michael and Miguel Stavastano (1999). The IMF Approach to Economic Stabilization. IMF Working Paper 1999 WP/99/104.

O'Brien, R. (1992). Global Financial Integration: The End of Geography. London: Pinter.

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (2003). OECD Glossary of Statistical Terms.

OED (2002). Online edition of Oxford English Dictionary. (Accessible free from UC campus networks or appropriate dial-up facility, such as SlugLink).

Pastor, Manuel; Carol Wise (2001). From Poster Child to Basket Case. Foreign Affairs; Nov-Dec 2001; v80, i6; p60.

Preeg, E. M. (1989). The GATT Trading System in Transition: An Analytic Survey of Recent Literature. The Washington Quarterly 12, 201-213.

Przeworski, Adam and James Raymond Vreeland (2000). The Effect of IMF Programs on Economic Growth. Journal of Development Economics. 62 (2 August, 2000): 385 (37 pages).

Quah, Danny (1997). Empirics for Growth and Distribution: Stratification, Polarization and Convergence Clubs . London School of Economics and Political Science, Center for Economic Performance Discussion Paper No. 324, pp. 1-29.

Rodgers, G. B. (1979). Income and Inequality as Determinants of Mortality: An International Cross-Section Analysis. Population Studies; 33: 343-51.

Rohter, Larry (2003).  Once Secure, Argentines Now Lack Food and Hope. The New York Times March 2, 2003; Section 1; Column 1; Foreign Desk; Pg. 8 .  Retrieved on 8/17/2004 at

Rosen, Sydney and Jonathon Simon (2002). Shifting the Burden of HIV/AIDS. Center for International Health, Boston University. July. Retrieved June 24, 2003.

Rosen, Sydney and Jonathon Simon (2003). Shifting the Burden of HIV/AIDS. Retrieved June 26, 2003.

Sachs, Jeffery, Pia Malaney (2002). The Economic and Social Burden of Malaria . Nature 415: 680-85.

Schott, J.J., ed. (1989). Free Trade Areas and U.S. Trade Policy, Institute for International Economics. Washington, D.C., 1 - 59.

Secor, Laura (2003). Mind the Gap: The Debate Over Global Inequality Heats Up. Boston Globe, January 5th,pD1, section: Ideas.

Sen, Amartya (1999). Development as Freedom. New York: Anchor Books.

Sen, A. (1993). The Economics of Life and Death. Scientific American (May): 40-47.

Sen, A. (1992). Inequality Re-Examined. Cambridge, Harvard University Press.

Sen, A. (2001). Many Faces of Gender Inequality.The Frontline, October 27, 2001.

Sen, A. (1990). More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing. New York Review of Books (12/20/90): 61-66.

Sorensen, Morten (2001).  Argentina's CrisesDanmarks National Bank  21/21/2001. Retrieved on 8/17/2004.

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Structural Adjustment Participatory Review International Network (SAPRIN) (2002). The Policy Roots of Economic Crisis and Poverty.

Stiglitz, J. (2002). Globalization and Its Discontents. New York: Norton.

Stiglitz, Joseph (2002). Argentina, Shortchanged: Why a Nation That Followed The Rules Fell to Pieces. Washington Post, May 12, 2002.  

Summers, Lawrence and Lant Pritchett (1993). Structural Adjustment Debate. The American Economic Review, Vol. 83 No. 2, (May 1993), pp. 383-389.

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Ugandan Ministry of Health. An Overview of HIV/AIDS in Uganda. Retrieved August 2003.

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) (1999). Handbook of Trade and Development Statistics 1996/1997. Geneva: United Nations.

UNAIDS (2000). Socio-Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS in Africa. Retrieved July 20, 2003.

UNAIDS (2002). World AIDS Day 2002: Press Release. December 1. Retrieved July 23, 2003.

UNAIDS (1999). Meeting on the International Partnership Against HIV/AIDS in Africa. December. Retrieved June 25, 2003.

UNDP (various years). Human Development Report. New York: UNDP.

UNICEF (2003). Southern Africa-Countries in Crisis. February 24. Retrieved August 1, 2003.

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UNICEF Statistics b. Young People and HIV/AIDS. Retrieved July 22, 2003.

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United Nations Statistical Division (2003). SITC.

United Nations Statistics Division (2004). Goal 8 -- Develop a global Partnership for Development. Progress Towards the Millennium Development Goals, 1990-2003. 23 March 2004. Retrieved 13 July 2004.

University of Washington (2002). Health and Income Equity.

Weller, Christian E., Robert E. Scott and Adam S. Hersh (2001). The Unremarkable Record of Liberalized Trade. Economic Policy Institute.

Wade, R. (2001). Winners and Losers. The Economist (April 26th).

Waldman, Amy (2003). Distrust Reopens the Door for Polio in India. New York Times. January 19, 2003.

Warschauer, Mark (2003). Technology and Social Inclusion: Rethinking the Digital Divide. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.

Watkins, K. (1999). The IMF: Wrong Diagnosis, Wrong Medicine. Oxfam.

Watkins, K. (2002). Making Globalization Work for the Poor. Finance and Development, 39, 1, March.    

World Bank (2002). World Bank Home Page. Retrieved June 20 2002.

World Bank. (2001). World Development Indicators. Washington DC: The World Bank.

World Bank (2000). World Development Report 2000-1: Attacking Poverty. Oxford University Press and World Bank.

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World Bank (1993). The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

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World Health Organization (2002). Vaccines and Biologicals: WHO Vaccine-Preventable Diseases: Monitoring System 2002 Global Summary.

World Health Organization (2001). HIV, TB, and Malaria-Three Major Infectious Disease Threats. July. Retrieved June 26, 2003.

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World Health Organization. Health, a Key to Prosperity: Success Stories in Developing Countries. Retrieved September 2003.

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