Books I have written

Four of the 13 books I have written have been co-authored (numbers 4, 6, 7, and 9 in the list below) and four of them are collections of previous published articles and book chapters (numbers 2, 5, 8, and 10).

10 of the 14 books were published in English first. By the end of 2012, between them, they will have been translated in 28 languages (Arabic, Catalan, Chinese [classical], Chinese [simplified], Dutch, Eritrean, Esperanto, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Icelandic, Italian, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese) in 30 countries (Argentina, Brazil, China, Eritrea, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Latvia, Mexico, Mongolia, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, the UK, the USA, and Vietnam). .

Three of my books are available only in Korean (numbers 8, 9, and 14) and one of them only in Spanish, although this is a collection of articles first published in English (number 2).

Two of the books (numbers 6 and 10) are really policy pamphlets, rather than full-blown books, but I think they are substantial enough to qualify as the equivalent of novella in the literary world.

Five of my books have been written for the general reader (numbers 8, 9, 12, 13, and 14). You won’t be able to read three of these books unless you read Korean (numbers 8, 9, and 14).

  1. The Political Economy of Industrial Policy, Macmillan, London and Basingstoke, 1994 (paperback edition, 1996)
  2. El Papel del Estado en el Cambio Económico, Editorial Planeta Mexicana, Mexico City, 1996 (collection of essays already published elsewhere translated into Spanish and edited by Clemente Ruiz-Duran)
  3. Kicking Away the Ladder – Development Strategy in Historical Perspective, Anthem Press, London, 2002
  4. Restructuring Korea Inc, Routledge/Curzon, London, 2003 (co-author: Jang-Sup Shin)
  5. Globalization, Economic Development and The Role of the State, Zed Press, London, 2003 (collection of essays)
  6. The Northern WTO Agenda on Investment – Do as We Say, Not as We Did, South Centre, Geneva, and CAFOD (Catholic
  7. Reclaiming Development – An Alternative Economic Policy Manual, Zed Press, London, 2004 (co-author: Ilene Grabel)
  8. Gae-Hyuck Ui Dut (The Reform Trap), Bookie, Seoul, 2004 (collection of essays in Korean)
  9. Kwe-Do Nan-Ma Hankook-Kyungje (Cutting the Gordian Knot – An Analysis of the Korean Economy), Bookie, Seoul, 2005 (in Korean) (co-author: Seung-il Jeong)
  10. Why Developing Countries Need Tariffs – How WTO NAMA Negotiations Could Deny Developing Countries’ Right to a Future South Centre, Geneva, and Oxfam International, Oxford, 2005
  11. The East Asian Development Experience – The Miracle, the Crisis, and the Future Zed Press, London, 2006 (collection of essays)
  12. Bad Samaritans Rich Nations, Poor Policies, and the Threat to the Developing World, Random House, London, 2007
  13. 23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism, Allen Lane (Penguin), London, (September, 2010) and Bloomsbury USA, New York, (January, 2011)
  14. Moo-Ut-Eul Sun-Tek-Hal Gut-In-Ga (The Choices we have to make), Bookie, Seoul, 2012 (in Korean) (co-authors: Seung-il Jeong and Jong-tae Lee)