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prof.dr. Marc Wuyts

prof.dr. Marc Wuyts

Academic Staff Unit

International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)

Erasmus University Rotterdam

 

Emeritus Professor

 

E: wuyts@remove-this.iss.nl


 

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Emeritus Professor
University Erasmus University Rotterdam
School International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
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  • Simonetti, R., Wuyts, M.E. & Wuyts-Fivawo, A. (2007). Banking on Rural Innovation for Poverty Reduction: A Case Study of Value-chain Lending in Mozambique. European Journal of Development Research, 19 (1), 136-155.
  • Mackintosh, M.M., Chataway, J. & Wuyts, M.E. (2007). Promoting Innovation, Productivity and Industrial Growth and Reducing Poverty: Bridging the Policy Gap: Introduction to the Special Issue. European Journal of Development Research, 19 (1), 12.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2001). Informal Economy: Wage Goods and Accumulation under Structural Adjustment: Theoretical Reflections based on the Tanzanian Experience. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 25 (3), 417-438.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2000). Data Description as Problem Posing (Reflections on teaching quantitative methods for policy analysis, in Africanus). Journal of Development Administration, 30 (1), 36-48.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1999). ¿Aid, The Decentralisation of Finance and Accumulation under Economic Reforms: Theoretical Reflections on the Tanzanian Experience¿ Economic Decentralisation and Public Sector Reform. Edward Elgar: London..
  • Wuyts, M.E., Trigg, S., Costello, A., Dawson, N., Mackintosh, G. & R., M. Simonetti (1998). ¿Data Analysis in Consumer Theory¿, Understanding Economic Behaviour: Households, Firms and Markets. The Open University: Milton Keynes..
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1996). Foreign Aid, Structural Adjustment, and Public Management: The Mozambican Experience. Development and Change, 27, 717-749.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1996). ' Foreign Aid, Structural Adjustment, and Public Management: The Mozambican Experience'. Development and Change, 27 (4).
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1994). Accumulation, Industrialisation and the Peasantry: A Reinterpretation of the Tanzanian Experience. Journal of Peasant Studies, 21, 159-193.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1989). 'Money and the Agrarian Question: The Mozambican Experience', Financing Economic Development: A Structural Approach to Monetary Policy. Aldershot: Gower..
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1988). The Food Balance and Economic Growth: An Appraisal of FitzGerald's Reformulation of Kalecki. Development and Change, 19, 649-668.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1988). 'The Food Balance and Economic Growth: An Appraisal of FitzGerald's Reformulation of Kalecki' FitzGerald, E.V.K. & M. Wuyts, 'Introduction'. Development and Change, 19 (4).
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1985). Money, Planning and Rural Transformation in Mozambique. Journal of Development Studies, 22, 180-207.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1981). Sul de Save: estabilizacao e transformacao da forca de trabalho', Estudos Mocambicanos. Maputo: Center of African Studies., 3.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1980). 'A Economia Politica do Colonialismo', Estudos Mocambicanos,. Maputo: Center of African Studies, 1.
  • Bromley, S., Mackintosh, M., Brown, W. & Wuyts, M.E. (2004). Making the International. Economic Interdependence and International Political Order. London: Pluto Press.
  • Chataway, J., Thomas, A & Wuyts, M.E. (1998). Finding Out Fast: Investigative Skills for Policy and Development. London: Open University and Sage Publications.
  • Mukherjee, C. & M. Wuyts, White, H & Wuyts, M.E. (1998). Econometrics and Data Analysis for Developing Countries. London: Routledge Books.
  • Wuyts, M.E., Mackintosh, M. & Hewitt, T. (1992). Development Policy and Public Action. Oxford: Oxford University Press/Open University.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1989). Money and Planning for Socialist Transition: The Mozambican Experience. Avebury: Gower.
  • FitzGerald, E.V.K. & Wuyts, M.E. (1988). Markets Within Planning: Socialist Economic Management in the Third World. London: Frank Cass.
  • Marc Wuyts, FitzGerald & Wuyts, M.E. (1988). Markets within Planning: Socialist Economic Management in the Third World, Special Issue, Journal of Development Studies, Markets within Planning: Socialist Economic Management in the Third World..
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1981). Camponeses e Economia Rural em Mocambique, Maputo: Instituto Nacional de Livro e de Discos & Centro de Estudos Africanos..
  • Bromley, S.J., Mackintosh, M.M., Brown, M.M. & Wuyts, M.E. (2004). International Political Economy and the Making of the International. In (pp. 493-504) London: Pluto Press.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2004). Macroeconomic policy and trade integration: Tanzania in the world economy. In (pp. 331-378) London: Pluto Press.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2003). The Agrarian Question in Mozambique's Transition and Reconstruction. In (pp. 141-154) London: Oxford University Press.
  • Sun, L & Wuyts, M.E. (2002). The Employment Relation in Industrial Transition: The Case of China. In (pp. 52-89) Walton Hill: The Open University.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2002). Aid, The Employment Relation and the Deserving Poor: Regaining Political Economy. In (pp. 169-188) London: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1999). Aid, The Decentralisation of Finance and Accumulation under Economic Reforms: Theoretical Reflections on the Tanzanian Experience. In (pp. -148) Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Wuyts, M.E., Chataway, J. & Thomas, A (1998). Conclusion: Personal Effectiveness and Integrity. In London: Open University and Sage Publications.
  • Mukherjee, C. & M. Wuyts & Wuyts, M.E. (1998). Thinking with Quantitative Data. In London: Open University and Sage Publications.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1998). Data Analysis in Consumer Theory. In (pp. 71-114) Walton Hill: The Open University.
  • Doriye, J., White, H & Wuyts, M.E. (1997). Imports, Investment and Aid in Tanzania. In (pp. 234-259) London: MacMillan.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1992). Conclusions. In Oxford: Oxford University Press/Open University.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1992). Deprivation and Public Need. In Oxford: Oxford University Press/Open University.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1991). Mozambique: Economic Management and Adjustment Policies. In (pp. 215-35) London: Zed Books.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1989). Money and the Agrarian Question: The Mozambican Experience. In (pp. 262-98) Avebury: Gower.
  • Wuyts, M.E. & Mackintosh, M. (1988). Accumulation, Social Services and Socialist Transition in the Third World: Reflections on Decentralised Planning Based on the Mozambican Experience. In (pp. 136-179) London: Frank Cass.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2005). The Open University Numerical Skills for International Studies. DU301 Interpreting Data CD-Rom. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2005). Conceptualising Poverty (Tanzania Diploma in Poverty Analysis: Module 1 (7 units); joint project Dar es Salaam: ESRF / REPOA and The Hague: Institute of Social Studies) ch authored the following units: M. 'Sorting Out Conceptions of Poverty'. Unit 1 (double unit) M. 'Trade Integration, Economic Growth and Poverty: Tanzania in the Global Economy'. Unit 3 M. 'Social Inequality, Redistribution and the New Politics of Inclusion. Unit 7. Dar es Salaam: ESRF/REPOA.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2004). Conceptualising Poverty. Tanzania Diploma in Poverty Analysis: Module 1 (7 units) Dar es Salaam: ESRF / REPOA ; The Hague: Institute of Social Studies ch I authored the following units: ing Out Conceptions of Poverty. Unit 1 (double unit) e Integration, Economic Growth and Poverty: Tanzania in the Global Economy. Unit 3 al Inequality, Redistribution and the New Politics of Inclusion. Unit 7. : -.
  • Okwany, L.A. & Wuyts, M.E. (2004). Evaluation of the Multi-Disciplinary Multi-Annual Research Program - Case study of REPOA, Tanzania. (Extern rapport). Den Haag: Ministry of Development Cooperation.
  • Okwany, L.A. & Wuyts, M.E. (2004). Evaluation of the Multi-Disciplinary Multi-Annual Research Program - Case study of REPOA, Tanzania. (Extern rapport). Den Haag: Ministry of Development Cooperation.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2001). Inequality and Poverty as the Condition of Labour. Preliminary Reflections (contribution to UNRISD conference on The Need to Rethink Development Economics, Cape Town, 7-8, September. [available at http://www.unrisd.org]). : .
  • Wuyts, M.E., Dolny, H. & O'Laughlin, M.B. (2001). Assumptions and Partnerships in the Making of a Country Strategy: An Evaluation of the Swedish-Mozambican Experience. (unknown, SIDA Evaluation Report 01/07). Stockholm: Sida.
  • Wuyts, M.E. & O'Laughlin, M.B. (2001). Assumptions and Partnerships in the Making of a Country Strategy. An Evaluation of the Swedish-Mozambican Experience. Stockholm: Sida Evaluation Report 01/07. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2000). Inception Report for The Evaluation of Swedish-Mozambican Development Cooperation (Country Strategy) (Evaluation Report submitted to SIDA, September 2000. The Hague: ISS.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2000). Present-day debates on aid in the light of historical approaches to aid policies (Background Paper for the Least Developing Countries , 2000 Report (Aid, Private Capital Flows and External Debt. The Challenge of Financing Development in LDCs. UNCTAD, United Nations. New York and Geneva). : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1998). Informal Economy, Wage Goods and the Changing Patterns of Accumulation under Structural Adjustment. (unknown, African Development in Comparative Perspective, no 2). : UNCTAD.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1998). Malthus: then and now. The Novelty of Old Ideas on Population and Economy. The Hague: ISS.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1997). Migrant Labour, The Marriage Valve and Fertility in Southern Africa: Some Conceptual Issues, ISS Working Paper No 246,. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1997). Migrant Labour, the Marriage Valve and Fertility in Southern Africa: Some Conceptual Issues. (unknown, ISS Working Papers, General Series., no 246). The Hague: ISS.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1997). Informal Economy, Wage Goods and the Changing Patterns of Accumulation under Structural Adjustment: Theoretical Reflections based on the Tanzanian Experience. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1995). Foreign Aid, Structural Adjustment, and Public Management. The Mozambican Experience. The Hague: ISS.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1994). Accumulation, Industrialization and the Peasantry: A Reinterpretation of the Tanzanian Experience. The Hague: ISS.
  • Doriye, J., White, H & Wuyts, M.E. (1993). Fungibility and Sustainability: Import Support to Tanzania, SIDA Evaluation Report. Stockholm: Sida.
  • Wuyts, M.E. & Doriye, J. (1992). Aid, Adjustment and Sustainable Recovery: The Case of Tanzania. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1990). Economic Management, Adjustment Policies and Rural Reconstruction in a War Economy: The Case of Mozambique. The Hague: ISS.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1989). Money and the Agrarian Question: The Mozambican Experience. The Hague: ISS.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1989). Economic Management and Adjustment Policies in Mozambique. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1989). Casual Labour, Productivity and Earnings: The Case of the Maputo Dock Workers in 1980. The Hague: ISS.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1988). Practical Econometrics: Hypothesis Testing and Regression Analysis, ISS teaching handbooks, The Hague: Institute of Social Studies. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1988). The Food Balance and Economic Growth. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. & Mamingi, N. (1986). A Case Study in Exploring Time Series: Inflation and the growth of the money supply in Zaire, 1965-1982. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1985). Exploratory Data Analysis on Indebtedness in the Third World, ISS Occasional Paper, No 101, The Hague: Institute of Social Studies. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1985). Exploratory Data Analysis on Indebtedness in the Third World. : .
  • Wuyts, M.E.. Money and planning for socialist transition: the Mozambican experience. . Prom./coprom.: .
  • Mackintosh, M., Chataway, J. & Wuyts, M.E. (2007). Promoting Innovation, Productivity and Industrial Growth and Reducing Poverty: Bridging the Policy Gap (Special Issue, The European Journal of Development Research Volume 19, Issue No. 1).
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2005). Growth, Poverty Reduction and the Terms of Trade. A Comment on Tanzania (Paper presented at discussion seminar in Dar es Salaam, REPOA, 2 September 2005).
  • Simonetti, R. & Wuyts, M.E. (2005). Banking on Rural Productivity: The GAPI Experience in Mozambique (Paper presented at the IKD Workshop (Open University) on Bridging the Gulf between Policies for Innovation, Productivity and Industrial Growth, and Policies for Poverty Reduction. London: The Institute of Commonwealth Studies, 18-20 November).
  • Wuyts, M.E. & Pouw, N.M.C. (2004). Evaluation of the MMRP Programme: Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) Tanzania for IOB. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies. December.
  • Wuyts, M.E. & Mukherjee, Ch. (2004). Thinking with Quantitative Data. Interactive CD-Rom.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2004). An Evaluation of the AERC Research Programme 1997-2003. (paper with assistance of T. Kida) The Hague: Institute of Social Studies. July 2003).
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2003). Terms of Trade, Wage Goods and the Working Poor: reflections on economic growth and trade integration, based on the Tanzanian Experience. Background Paper to the Least Developing Countries Report 2003 (Linking International Trade with Poverty Reduction. UNCTAD, United Nations, New York and Geneva).
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2003). Economic Growth, Trade Integration and Employment: Reflections on Tanzania. (Paper presented at the Development Forum, held in Dar es Salaan).
  • Wuyts, M.E. (2000). Foreign Aid, The Employment Relation and the Deserving Poor. A Tribute to Kurt Martin. Kurt Martin Lecture Series, April.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1998). Malthus: then and now.The Novelty of Old Ideas on Population and Economy. Institute of Social Studies: The Hague, Dies Natalis address.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1993). Data Analysis in Inference to the Best Explanation. Institute of Social Studies: The Hague, inaugural address.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1992). Research Methods, M.Sc in Financial Economics, Teaching Material.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1992). Theory, Fact and Method (Unit 2), Thinking with Data (Unit 5) in M. Wuyts (ed.) Research Methods, M.Sc in Financial Economics, Teaching Material.
  • Wuyts, M.E. & Coackley, J. (1991). The Classical Linear Regression Model (Unit 2), 'Hypothesis Testing' (Unit 3).
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1991). Econometrics I, M.Sc in Financial Economics.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1991). Introduction' (Unit 1), 'Transforming Variables' (Unit 4), 'Graphical Methods in Regression Analysis' (Unit 8) in M. Wuyts (ed.) Econometrics I.
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1989). Food and Employment Balances: A Simple Projection Model (Population and Development teaching text, Tanzania Case Study Series, Module 2).
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1989). Food and Employment Balances: An Analytical Framework (Population and Development teaching text, Tanzania Case Study Series, Module 1).
  • Wuyts, M.E. (1989). Practical Econometrics: Hypothesis Testing and Regression Analysis.
  • Mtatifikolo, F.P. & Wuyts, M.E. (1989). Food and Employment Balances: Exercises in Data Analysis (Population and Development teaching text, Tanzania Case Study Series, Module 3).