Clifford Zinnes/Bibliography

From Citizendium
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This article is developing and not approved.
Main Article
Related Articles  [?]
Bibliography  [?]
External Links  [?]
Citable Version  [?]
A list of key readings about Clifford Zinnes.
Please sort and annotate in a user-friendly manner. For formatting, consider using automated reference wikification.
  • The Size and Character of the Informal Sector and Its Shadow Economy in Mongolia, Vols. 1-3 (with Jonathan Alevy), Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia: The Mongolian Open Society Foundation (Volume 1 only), April 2005.
  • “Which incentives work? An experimental analysis of incentives for trainers” (under review, 2005), (with Omar Azfar), Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.
  • “Come promuovere cambiamenti istituzionali a livello locale” (2006), (with P. Meagher and S. Giovannelli), M. Di Tommaso and S. Giovannelli (eds.), Le Nazioni Unite e lo Sviluppo Industriale, Milan, Italy: Franco Angeli.
  • Harnessing Inter-Jurisdictional Competition to Deliver Development Assistance, (commissioned book manuscript under review, The Brookings Institution), 2007.
  • The Environment in Transition. In H. Carey (Ed.), Politics and Society in Romania. Colorado: Lexington Books.
  • Zinnes, C., & Bell, S. (2003). NGO growth in Transition Economies a cause or effect of Legal Reform and Donor Aid? Journal of Human Rights (Special issue on Non-governmental organizations and Rule of Law), 2(3), 379-392.
  • Zinnes, C., & McPherson, M. (2002, October). Social Norms and Economic Retrogression. International Journal of Organizational Theory and Behavior, 5(3-4).
  • Zinnes, C., & Eliat, Y. (2002, July). The Evolution of the Shadow Economy in Transition Countries: the Consequences for Economic Growth and Donor Assistance. World Development, 3(7), 1233.
  • Zinnes, C., Sachs, J., & Eliat, Y. (2001). The Gains from Privatization in Transition Economies: Is “Change-of-Ownership” Enough? In R. Sahay and O. Havrylyshyn (Eds.), IMF Staff Papers, Special issue on countries in transition, vol. 48.
  • Zinnes, C., Sachs, J., & Eliat, Y. (2001). Benchmarking International Competitiveness in Transition Economies. Economics of Transition, 9(2), 315-353. (Also in J. Sachs, C. Mann, & O. Koropecky (Eds.), Development Assistance in the Twenty-First Century. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Institute for International Development, December 2000.)
  • Zinnes, C., Bussolo M., & Dessus, S. (2000). Economic Instruments for the Environment and Competitiveness under Trade-Induced Growth: a CGE-based Analysis of El Salvador. In T. Panayotou (Ed.), Environment for Growth in Central America: Environmental Management for Sustainability and Competitiveness. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Zinnes, C., & Tarhoaca, C. (2000). The Impact of Privatization on Enterprise Environmental Performance in Romania. In T. Sterner (Ed.), The Market and the Environment. London: Edward Elgar Press.
  • Zinnes, C. (1999). Inducing Environmental Investment in a Transition Economy: The Water Sector in Romania. Research in the Developing World, 1(1).
  • Zinnes, C. (1999). Enforcement, Economic Instruments, and Water Pollution Abatement Investment in Romania. Water Resources Update, 115.
  • Zinnes, C. (1999, August 19). Environmental Law Addresses Romanian Challenges. Harvard University Gazette. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
  • Zinnes, C. (1997, November-December). Nerespectarea legislatiei de mediu ii costa pe romani 2,5 miliarde de dolari pe an. Perspective, 3(18).
  • Zinnes, C. (1997). Economic restructuring and the creation of an environmental permitting system in Romania. In Bluffstone & Larson (Eds.), Environmental economics policy in Eastern Europe. London: Edward Elgar Press.
  • Zinnes, C., & Tarhoaca, C. (1996). The fiscal, sectoral and distributional impact of an environmental fund and their revenue instruments in Romania. In Environmental Funds in Eastern Europe. Paris: OECD Press.
  • Zinnes, C. (1995, January), Intarind baza legislativa pentru dezvoltare durabila. Perspective.

Zinnes, C., & Panayotou, T. (1993). Free Lunch Economics for Industrial Ecologists. In R. Socolow et. al, (Eds.), Industrial Ecology and Global Change. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

  • Zinnes, C. (1991). Mongolia’s Economic Situation, The Government’s Reform Programme, and the Role for External Aid. New York: UNDP. (Joint author.)
  • Zinnes, C. (1990). The Sunk Costs of Immigration: Why Temporary Foreign Workers Don’t Leave. HIID Research Review, IV(1).
  • Zinnes, C. (1987). Industrial Development Strategies for Fishery Systems in Developing Countries (Volume 1). Sectoral Studies Series No. 32. Vienna: UNIDO. (Principal author.)
  • Zinnes, C. (1986). Metodología de Evaluación, Programmación y Gestión de Sistemas de Producción y Consumo, Versión Resumida. Sectoral Studies Series No. 27. Vienna: UNIDO. (Joint author.)

Zinnes, C. (1985). Minerals Data Analysis Report: Development of Foreign Economic Indices. Washington, DC: National Technical Information Service. (Principal author.)

Zinnes, C. (1985). The Building Materials Industry: The Sector in Figures. Sectoral Studies Series No. 16, Volume II. Vienna: UNIDO. (Principal author.)