Helleiner, Gerald K(arl)

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HELLEINER, Gerald K(arl)

HELLEINER, Gerald K(arl). Canadian (born Austria), b. 1936. Genres: Economics, International relations/Current affairs, Third World. Career: Yale University, New Haven, CT, instructor to assistant professor, 1961-65; University of Toronto, ON, Canada, associate professor, 1965-71, professor, 1971-98, emeritus, 1998-; Munk Centre for International Studies, distinguished research fellow, 1998-. University College, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, director of the Economic Research Bureau, 1966-68; North-South Institute, Board of Directors and Chairman, 1976-92; Royal Society of Canada, fellow, 1979; International Development Research Center, member of board of governors and executive committee, 1985-91; International Food Policy Research Institute, board of directors and chairman, 1988-94; Group of 24, researcher and consultant, 1979-, research coordinator, 1991-99; International Lawyers and Economists against Poverty, chairman, 2003-; Order of Canada, officer, 2002. Publications: Peasant Agriculture, Government, and Economic Growth in Nigeria, 1966; International Trade and Economic Development, 1972; International Economic Disorder (essays), 1980; Intra-firm Trade and the Developing Countries, 1981; The New Global Economy and the Developing Countries (essays), 1990. EDITOR: Agricultural Planning in East Africa, 1968; A World Divided: The Less Developed Countries in the International Economy, 1976; For Good or Evil: Economic Theory and North-South Negotiations, 1982; The IMF and Africa, 1986; The Other Side of International Development Policy, 1990; Trade Policy, Industrialization and Development, 1992; Trade Policy and Industrialization in Turbulent Times, 1994; (co) From Adjustment to Development in Africa, 1994; Manufacturing for Export in the Developing World, 1995; (co) Poverty, Prosperity and the World Economy, 1995; The International Monetary and Financial System: Developing Country Perspectives, 1996; Capital Account Regimes and the Developing Countries, 1998; Non-Traditional Export Promotion in Africa, 2002. Address: Dept of Economics, University of Toronto, 150 St George St, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 3G7. Online address: [email protected]