HAYTER, Teresa. British (born China), b. 1940. Genres: Business/Trade/Industry, Civil liberties/Human rights, Economics, Environmental sciences/Ecology, Geography, Industrial relations, International relations/Current affairs, Organized labor, Politics/Government, Race relations, Social sciences, Third World, Urban studies, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Researcher, writer, political activist. Publications: (with A. Moyes) World III, 1964; French Aid, 1966; Aid as Imperialism, 1971; Hayter of the Bourgeoisie, 1972; The Creation of World Poverty, 1981, 2nd ed., 1990; (with C. Watson) Aid: Rhetoric and Reality, 1985; Exploited Earth: Britain's Aid and the Environment, 1989; (ed. with D. Harvey) The Factory and the City: The Story of the Cowley Automobile Workers in Oxford, 1993; Urban Politics: Accommodation or Resistance?, 1997; Open Borders: The Case against Immigration Controls, 2000. Address: c/o Pluto Publishing, 345a Archway Rd, London N6 5AA, England.