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Heloise Weber Publications


‘The global political economy of microfinance and poverty reduction: locating local livelihoods in political analysis’ in Jude L Fernando et al (eds) Microfinance- Perils and Prospects, Routledge, Jan 2006. ISBN: 0415328748.

‘Beyond State-Building: Global Governance and the Crisis of the Nation-State-System in the 21st Century” with Mark T Berger in Third World Quarterly, 27:1, 2006. [Conclusion to a Special Issue: From Nation-Building to State-Building].

‘Global Poverty and Inequality’ (with Mark T Berger) in Richard Devetak, Anthony Burke and Jim George (eds.) Introduction to International Relations: Australian Perspectives, Cambridge University Press, Mid. 2007.



‘GATS in context: development, an evolving lex mercatoria and the Doha Agenda’ (with Richard Higgott), Review of International Political Economy, 12:3, 2005, pp. 434-455. [theme section on the GATS and the contradictions of the mainstream development agenda].

“Beyond US Grand Strategy?: Critical Analysis and World Politics’ [with Mark T Berger], Critical Asian Studies (contribution to a Roundtable on Peter Gowan ), 31:1, 2005, pp. 95-102.



‘The New Economy and Social Risk: Banking on the Poor’ Review of International Political Economy, 11:2, 2004, pp. 356-386.

'Reconstituting the "Third World"? Poverty Reduction and Territoriality in the Global Politics of Development’ Third World Quarterly, 25:1, 2004, pp. 187-206 (Special 25th Anniversary Issue).

‘Microcredit Schemes’ (2000 words) in Jan Aart Scholte and Roland Robertson (eds)¸ Encyclopedia of Globalization (New York: The Moschovitis Group, 2004-).



‘The imposition of a global development architecture: the example of Microcredit’, Review of International Studies 28:3, 2002. pp. 537-555.

“Global Governance and Poverty Reduction Discourse” in S. Hughes & R. Wilkinson Global Governance: Critical Perspectives (London: Routledge, 2002) pp. 132-151. ISBN 0415268389 (pbk.)



The Imposition of a Global Development Architecture: The example of Microcredit”, CSGR, University of Warwick, Working Paper 77/01. []