Enrique R. Carrasco

Enrique R. Carrasco

Position: 

Professor of Law

Biographical Information

Publications

Books

Enrique R. Carrasco. Fundamentals of International Finance and Development: What You Need to Know. St. Paul, MN: West Academic Publishing, 2015, xxx, 1063 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, editor and author of The E-Book on International Finance & Development, 9 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 35 (1999), 329 pages; 2007 revision.

Book Chapters

Enrique R. Carrasco, “Governance and Accountability: The Regional Development Banks,” with Wesley Carrington and HeeJin Lee, reprinted in Globalization and International Organizations, edited by Edward Kwakwa. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2011, at 81, 60 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Crisis and Opportunity: Emerging Economies and the Financial Stability Board,” in International Economic Law, Globalization and Developing Countries, edited by Julio Faundez and Celine Tan. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2010, at 94, 18 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Foreign Debt: Forgiveness and Repudiation,” with Charles McClellan and Jane Ro, in The E-Book on International Finance & Development, edited by Enrique Carrasco, April 2007.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Critical Race Theory and Post-Colonial Development: Radically Monitoring the World Bank and the IMF,” in Crossroads, Directions, and a New Critical Race Theory, edited by Francisco Valdes, Jerome McCristal Culp, and Angela P. Harris. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2002, at 366, 10 pages.

Articles

Enrique R. Carrasco, Emerging Economies after the Global Financial Crisis: The Case of Brazil, 33 Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business 81 (2012), (39 pages).
Enrique R. Carrasco, “An Opening for Voice in the Global Economic Order: The Global Financial Crisis and Emerging Economies,” 12 Oregon Review of International Law 179 (2010), 33 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “The Global Financial Crisis and the Financial Stability Forum: The Awakening and Transformation of an International Body (Global Financial and Economic Crisis Symposium),” 19 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 203 (2010), 18 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Governance and Accountability: The Regional Development Banks,” with Wesley Carrington and HeeJin Lee, 27 Boston University International Law Journal 1 (2009), 60 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “The World Bank’s Inspection Panel: Promoting True Accountability Through Arbitration,” with Alison K. Guernsey, 41 Cornell International Law Journal 577 (2008), 53 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Cuba’s Development and Trade with U.S. Midwestern States: Opening Observations (Introduction to the Symposium: Whither Goes Cuba: Prospects for Economic & Social Development),” 14 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 1 (2004), 11 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “The University of Iowa Center for International Finance and Development: Using Cyberspace to Promote Social Justice,” 93 American Society of International Law Proceedings 154 (1999), 9 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Preface: Global Money, the Good Life and You: Understanding the Local Impact of International Financial Institutions,” 9 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 37 (1999), 3 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Introduction: Global Money, the Good Life and You: Understanding the Local Impact of International Financial Institutions,” 9 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 43 (1999), 3 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Part Two: Citizens, National Governments, and International Financial Institutions: Changing Conceptions of Development in the 1990s. I. Development in the 1990s,” 9 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 137 (1999), 11 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Part One: Pursuing the Good Life: The Meaning of Development as It Relates to the World Bank and the IMF. V. The 1980s: The Debt Crisis and the Lost Decade of Development,” 9 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 119 (1999), 18 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Part One: Pursuing the Good Life: The Meaning of Development as It Relates to the World Bank and the IMF. II. The Functions of the IMF and the World Bank,” with Sandra Blanco, 9 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 67 (1999), 25 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Praxis-Oriented Pedagogy: The E-Book on International Finance and Development,” with Kristen J. Berg, 32 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 733 (1999), 19 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Remarks: [Multiple Visions of International Law’s Future],” 92 American Society of International Law Proceedings 92 (1998), 2 pages.
Enriqure R. Carrasco, “Who Are We?” 19 Chicano-Latino Law Review 331 (1998), 7 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Critical Race Theory and Development,” 91 American Society of International Law Proceedings 427 (1997), 2 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Intellectuals, Awkwardness, and Activism: Towards Social Justice Via Progressive Instability,” 2 Harvard Latino Law Review 317 (1997), 3 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Opposition, Justice, Structuralism, and Particularity: Intersections between Latcrit Theory and Law and Development Studies,” 28 University of Miami Inter - American Law Review 313 (1996), 24 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Encouraging Relational Investment and Controlling Portfolio Investment in Developing Countries in the Aftermath of the Mexican Financial Crisis,” with Randall Thomas, 34 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 539 (1996), 82 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Collective Recognition as a Communitarian Device: Or, Of Course We Want to be Role Models!” 9 La Raza Law Journal 81 (1996), 21 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Income Distribution and the Bretton Woods Institutions: Promoting an Enabling Environment for Social Development,” with M. Ayhan Kose, 6 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 1 (1996), 46 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Critical Issues Facing the Bretton Woods System: Can the IMF, World Bank, and the GATT/WTO Promote an Enabling Environment for Social Development?” 6 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems [vii] (1996), 20 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Autocratic Transitions to Liberalism: A Comparison of Chilean and Russian Structural Adjustment,” 5 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 99 (1995), 28 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Law, Hierarchy, and Vulnerable Groups in Latin America: Towards a Communal Model of Development in a Neoliberal World,” 30 Stanford Journal of International Law 221 (1994), 104 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “Chile, Its Foreign Commercial Bank Creditors, and Its Vulnerable Groups: An Assessment of the Cooperative Case-by-Case Approach to the Debt Crisis,” 24 Law and Policy in International Business 273 (1993), 117 pages.
Enrique R. Carrasco, “The National Endowment for the Arts: A Search for an Equitable Grant Making Process,” 74 Georgetown Law Journal 1521 (1986), 31 pages.

Book Reviews

Enrique R. Carrasco, Review of Negociar en Tiempos Difíciles, by Hernán Somerville. 30 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 719 (1992), 18 pages.