BOOKS

  • 1995: “The Gulf War and the New World Order: International Relations of the Middle East,” eds. T. Y. Ismael and J. S. Ismael. CIRA Bulletin, vol. 10, no. 3 (spring), pp. 9-10.
  • 1992: “Iranian Politics and Religious Modernism: The Liberation Movement of Iran under the Shah and Khomeini,” by H. E. Chahabi, Iranian Studies.
  • 1992: “The Poverty of Nations: A Guide to the Debt Crisis,” ed. Elmar Altvater, et al., Choice (April), p. 490.
  • 1992: “Aid and Power: The World Bank and Policy-Based Lending,” in two volumes, by Paul Mosley, et al., Choice (April), p. 486.
  • “Political Economy, Ideology, and the Impact of Economics on the Third World”, by Gondwe, Derrick K., Praeger, 1992, 192p, in American Library Association, 30-1611, HB98, 91-37624 CIP, November 1992.
  • 1991: “Comparative Political Economy,” by Jan-Erik Lane, Choice (September), pp. 482.
  • 1991: “Recolonization: GATT, the Uruguay Round and the Third World,” by C. Raghavan, Choice (September), pp. 490.
  • 1991: “Social Change and Development: Modernization, Dependency, and World-System Theories,” by So Alvin Y., Choice (January), pp. 433.
  • 1991: “Today’s Problems, Tomorrow’s Solutions: The Future Structure of Muslim Societies,” ed. by Abdullah Omar Naseef, in Choice.
  • “Social Change and Development: Modernization, Dependency, and World-System Theories”, by So, Alvin Y., Sage, 1990, 283p, in American Library Association, 28-2837, HD75, 89-28110 CIP, Jan 1991.
  • “A Prologue to National Development Planning”, by Jamshid Gharajedaghi, in Studies in Comparative International Development. Fall 1989, pp. 94-95. A shorter version in Choice (May 1987), pp. 393-94.
  • 1989: “Development, Administration and Aid in the Middle East,” by Gerd Nonnenman, in Choice (September), p. 519.
  • 1989: “The Making of Contemporary Algeria,” by Mahfoud Bennoune, in Choice (September):481-82.
  • “A Prologue to National Development Planning”, by Jamshid Gharajedaghi in collaboration with Russel L. Ackoff, New York: Greenwood Press , 1986, 210p, in Studies in Comparative International Development, vol. 24, no. 3, Fall 1989.
  • 1988: “Saudi Arabia in the Oil Era,” by Mordechai Abir, in Choice (May), p. 305.
  • 1988: “Bridging the Gap Between Rich and Poor,” by Nathan Godfried, in Choice (May), p. 369.
  • 1988: “Unequal Alliance,” by Robin Broad, in Choice (December), pp. 392-93.
  • 1988: “Institutional Development,” by Arturo Israel, in Choice (November), pp. 423
  • 1988: “Regional Economics and Policy,” by Harvey Armstrong, in African Urban Quarterly, vol. 2, no. 4 (November), pp. 467
  • 1988: “Does Aid Work? Report to an Intergovernmental Task Force,” by Robert Cassen and Associates in Choice (February), pp. 412.
  • 1987: “The Economics of the Oil Crisis: Theories of Oil Crisis, Oil Rent, and Internationalization of Capital in the Oil Industry”, by Cyrus Bina, in CIRA Newsletter, vol. 3, no. 1 (spring), pp. 13-14.
  • 1987: “The Geography of Third World Cities”, by Stella Lowder, in Choice (October), pp. 485.
  • 1987: “Iran and the West: A Critical Bibliography,” by Cyrus Ghani, in CIRA Newsletter, vol. 3, no. 2 (fall), p. 5.
  • “Iran and the West: A Critical Bibliography”, by Cirus Ghani, London: Kegan Paul International, 1987, 967. Choice
  • “Regional Economies and Policy”, by Harvey Amstrong and Tim Taylor., New York: Humanities, 1985, 340p, in African Urban Quarterly, vol. 2, no. 4, November 1987.
  • “The Socialist Third World: Urban Development and Territorial Planning”, Edited by Forbes and N. Thrift, London: Basil Blackwell, 1987, in Economy Geography.
  • 1986: “Significance of Space in Regional Development”, African Urban Quarterly, vol. 1, no. 3-4, (August-November), pp. 246-47.
  • 1986: “Foreign Trade and Investment: Economic Development in the Newly Industrializing Asian Countries”, ed. Walter Galeman, Choice (March), pp. 361-62.
  • 1986: “The Creation of Regional Dependency”, by Ralph Matthew, 1 African Urban Quarterly, vol. 1. No. 1 (January), pp. 66- 87; a shorter version in Choice (June 1984), pp. 502.
  • 1986: “From Nationalism to Revolutionary Islam”, ed. Said Amir Arjomand, Iranian Studies, vol. XIX, no. 1 (Winter), pp. 104-07.
  • 1986: “International Debt and the Developing Countries”, Ed. G.W. Smith and J.T. Cuddington, Choice (February), pp. 404.
  • 1986: “Capitalism and Public Policy in the UK”, by T. Burden and M. Campbell, Choice (April), pp. 534.
  • 1986: “A Question of Class: Capital, the State, and Uneven Development in Malaya”, by J.K. Sundagam, Choice, (December), pp. 426.
  • “Metropolitan Management: The Asian Experience”, by K.C. Sivaramakrishnan and L. Green, Choice, (December 1986), pp. 424-5.
  • “From Nationalism to Revolutionary Islam”, Edited by Said Amir Arjomandi, State University of New York, 1984, xxi + 256pp, in Iranian Studies, , vol. XIX, no. 1, November 1986.
  • “Significance of Space in Regional Development”, by Charles Gore, London: Methuen, 1984, 290p, in African urban Quarterly, vol 1, no. 3 and 4, November 1986.
  • 1985: “Equilibrium Approach”, by Allen C. Kelly and Jeffry G. Williamson, Choice (May), p. 688.
  • 1985: “Housing and Urban Development in the USSR”, by Gregory D. Andrusz, Choice (September), pp. 378-79.
  • 1985: “Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development”, ed. Stanley Brunn and Jack F. Williams, Journal of American Planning Association (winter), p. 118.
  • 1985: “The Political Economy of Nationalism”, by Dudley Seers, Choice (January), pp. 477-78.
  • 1985: “Shelter in Saudi Arabia”, K. Talib, Choice (March), p. 104.
  • 1985: “Technology, Finance, and Development: An Analysis of World Bank as a Technological Institution”, ed. Charles Weiss and Nicolas Jequier, Choice (March), p. 8.
  • 1985: “What Drives Third World City Growth? A Dynamic General Equilibrium Approach”, by Allen C. Kelley and Jeffrey G. Williamson, Choice (May), p. 688.
  • 1985: “Development Theory in Transition: The Dependency Debate and Beyond: Third World Responses”, by M. Blomstrom and B. Hettne, Choice (December), p. 428-29.
  • “Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development”, by Stanley Brunn and Jack F. Williams., Harper & Row, New York, 1983, 506p, in APA Journal.
  • “Unified Approach to development Analysis Planning”, by Ahmad Ashraf, Praeger, 1972, in United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, August 1972.

جامعه سیاسی، جامعه مدنی و توسعه ملی، تهران: نقش و نگار، ۱۳۸۰ (Political Society, Civil Society and National Development).

Author: Hooshang Amirahmadi | Translator: Ali Reza Tayeb | Publisher: Naghsh va Negar, Tehran | Publication Date: 1381 (2001), 1st Edition | ISBN: 964-6235-50-6 | Number of Pages: 160

This Book is the Translation of the Book: Political Society, Civil Society and National Development

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Amirahmadi 1392: For Real Change in Iran, Princeton: Amirahmadi 1392 (Translated into Persian).

Author: Hooshang Amirahmadi | Publisher: Amirahmadi1392 | Publication Date: 2013 | Number of Pages: 91

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The Political Economy of Iran under the Qajar: Society, Politics, Economics and Foreign Relations, 1796-1926

Author: Hooshang Amirahmadi | Publisher: I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd | Series: International Library of Iranian Studies | Publication Date: 2012 | | ISBN-10: 1848856725 | ISBN-13: 978-1848856721 | Number of Pages: 400

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1990: Revolution and Economic Transition: The Iranian Experience, NY: Albany: State University of New York Press (Translated into Persian). 

Author: Hooshang Amirahmadi | Publisher: State University of New York Press, Albany, New York | Publication Date: 1990 | ISBN: 0-7914-0509-5 | Number of Pages: 420

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2006 ایران پس از انقلاب، هوشنگ امیراحمدی و منوچهر پروین، تهران: نشر باز، ۱۳۸۵ (Persian translation of my co-edited book: Post-Revolutionary Iran. See below), 271 pages.

2009 The United States and Iran: Is Confrontation Necessary? Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American Iranian Council, 135 pages (includes an article by Vice President Joseph Biden.)

1992: Reconstruction and Regional Diplomacy in the Persian Gulf, First co-editor (with N. Entessar) and Contributor, London: Routledge, 306 pages.

ابزارهای توسعه ملی: تداوم و گسست، مؤسسه نشر و پژوهش شیرازه، ۱۳۷۷ (Instruments of Industrial Development: Continuity and Change).

Author: Hooshang Amirahmadi | Translator: Ali Reza Tayeb | Publisher: Shirazeh, Tehran | Publication Date: 1377 (2008) | ISBN: 964-6578-14-4 | Number of Pages: 234

This Book is the Translation of the Book: Instruments of Industrial Development: Continuity and Change

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2002 The 107th Congress and Iran: Implications for US-Iran Relations, Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American Iranian Council, 97 pages (includes an article by Senator Arlen Specter.)

2004 US-Iran Relations in the Shadow of September 11: Bridging the Great Divide, Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American Iranian Council, 109 pages (includes an article by Secretary Madeleine Albright.)

2004 US-Iran Relations and the Iranian-American Community, Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American Iranian Council, 120 pages (includes an article by Secretary John Kerry.)

2005 جزایر خرد، سیاست های کلان: جزایر تنب و ابوموسی در خلیج فارس ، تهران: کتابسرای تندیس، ۱۳۷۸ (Persian translation of my edited book: Small Islands, Big Politics: The Tonbs and Abus Musa in the Persian Gulf. See below), 200 pages.

2001: US-Iran Relations: Financial Impediments and the Challenges of a “Global Settlement”, Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American Iranian Council, 90 pages (includes an article by Congressman James Leach.)

2001 Iran in the New Millennium: Opportunities and Challenges First co-editor and contributor (with D. Zahedi), Princeton: American Iranian Council, 196 pages (includes an article by Ambassador Nejad Hoseinian.)

2002 The Iranian Presidential Elections and Its Implications for US-Iran Relations, Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American Iranian Council, 68 pages (includes an article by Secretory Chuck Hagel.)

2002 Narcotics Traffic Control Cooperation and US-Iran Relations, Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American Iranian Council, 110 pages.

1998: US-Iran Relations in Clinton’s Second Term: International Perspectives, Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American-Iranian Council, 197 pages.

1999: Revisiting US-Iran Relations, Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American-Iranian Council, 112 pages (includes an article by Secretary Cyrus Vance.)

2000: Seizing a Historic Opportunity: Breaking through the US-Iran Impasse, Editor and Contributor, Princeton: American Iranian Council, 143 (includes the historic speech of an article by the Secretary Madeline Albright on U.S.-Iran relations.)

2000: The Caspian Region at a Crossroad: Challenges of a New Frontier of Energy and Development, Editor and Contributor, NY: St. Martin Press, 299 pages.

1994: US-Iran Relations: Areas of Tension and Mutual Interest, First co-editor, (with E. Hoogland) and contributor, Washington, D.C.: Middle East Institute, 127 pages.

1995: Revisiting Iran’s Strategic Significance in the Emerging Regional Order, Editor and Contributor, Washington, D.C.: US-Iran Conference, 93 pages.

1996: Small Islands, Big Politics: The Tombs and Abu Musa in the Persian Gulf, Editor and Contributor, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 200 pages.

1996: World Oil at the Turn of the Twenty First Century, Emirates Occasional Papers, no. 5, Emirate Center for Strategic Studies, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 48 pages.  نفت در آستانه قرن بیست و یکم، تهران: دانشگاه امام حسین، ۱۳۷۴ (Persian translation of my original booklet: World Oil at the Turn of the Twenty First Century).

1993: The United States and the Middle East: A Search for New Perspectives, Editor and Contributor, NY: Albany: State University of New York Press, 491 pages.

1993: The Clinton Administration and the Future of US-Iran Relations, First co-editor (with James Bill), Washington, D.C: Middle East Insight, 97 pages.

1993: Iran and the Arab World, First Co-editor (with Nader Entessar) and Contributor, NY: St. Martin Press, 260 pages.

1993: Urban Development in the Muslim World, First co-editor (with S. El-Shakhs) and Contributor, New Brunswick, NJ: Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University. Reprinted in 2012 by Transaction Publishers, 279 pages.

1998. Post-Revolutionary Iran, First co-editor (with M. Parvin) and Contributor, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 262 pages.

نگرانیهای من: احمد شاملو، مرکز پژوهش و تحلیل مسائل ایران، ۱۳۶۹. مولف1990 . (My Worries: Ahmad Shamlou – a most revered Iranian poet). Editor and contributor. Center for Iranian Research and Analysis, 64 pages.