Selected Publications and Activity

Quoted in “Piles of Dirty Secrets Behind a Model ‘Clean Coal’ Project”      A Mississippi project, a centerpiece of President Obama’s climate plan, has been plagued by problems that managers tried to conceal, and by cost overruns and questions of who will pay.                                  By IAN URBINA JULY 5, 2016 (https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/05/science/kemper-coal-mississippi.html?rref=collection%2Fbyline%2Fian-urbina&action=click&contentCollection=undefined&region=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest&contentPlacement=3&pgtype=collection&_r=0)

“Bank Decapitalization and Credit Union Capitalization: The Impact of Excessive Compensation,” Sage Open, March 2016. (http://sgo.sagepub.com/content/6/1/2158244016630031)

“Katrina Ten Years After,” Editor and author Mark Klinedinst. Authors include Laurence Hudson, Michael Marks, Coral Pogue, Betty Press, David Reynolds and Linda VanZandt. 2015, 230 pages. (Available on Amazon, Kindle, Ibooks, etc.)

Corporate Walkover in Progress: The Case of the Southern Company’s “Clean Coal” Plant in Mississippi,2014, 16 pages (https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/62214/).

“Going Forward Financially: Credit Unions as an Alternative to Commercial Banks,” in Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms, 2012, pp. 3-21, Elsevier.

“Insider Ownership and Firm Performance: Evidence from Bulgaria,” in Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms, 2012, pp. 185-204, Elsevier (with D. Jones).

“Bad Loans in the Meltdown: Micro Analysis of Credit Union Performance Versus Banks, an Initial Investigation,” Journal of Money, Investment and Banking, vol. 19, January, 2011.

“A Strength of Credit Unions: Employee Productivity of Credit Unions versus Banks in the U.S.?,” International Research Journal of Finance and Economics, vol. 57, November, 2010.

“Topology of Economic Systems,” Chinese Business Review, vol. 8, June 2009, pp. 14-25 (C. Rock).

Review of “The Challenges of Sustained Develepment: The Role of Socio-Cultural Factors in East-Central Europe,” Comparative Economic Studies, 2008, pp. 717-718.

Topology of Economic Systems: Revisited. Presented at International Association for the Economics of Participation, Clinton, New York, July 2008 (with C. Rock).

Employee Productivity in Financial Cooperatives in the U.S.: A Comparison with Commercial Banks. Some Preliminary Results. Presented at International Association for the Economics of Participation, Clinton, New York, July 2008.

Klinedinst, M. A. (2007). Cooperative Comebacks: Resilience in the Face of the Hurricane Katrina Catastrophe, Filene Research Institute.

Klinedinst, M. A. (2007, December). A Strength of Credit Unions: Employee Productivity of Credit Unions vs. Banks in the U.S. Invited presentation at Helsinki Center of Economic Research, Academy of Finland, Helsinki, Finland.

Klinedinst, M. A. (2006). “Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation in Bulgaria after Mass Privatization: Evidence from new panel data,” in Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms, pp. 177-212 (with D. Jones), Elsevier.

Klinedinst, M. A. & Kalmi, P. (Editors) (2006). Participation in the Age of Globalization and Information: Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms, Volume 9, Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Klinedinst, M. A. (2004). “Lessons from the History of Democratic Economic Institutions: The Case of the Southern U.S.,” chapter in Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and Labor-Managed Firms, pp. 87-100, Amsterdam: , Elsevier.

Klinedinst, M. A. (2003). “The New Economy and Forms of Compensation,” in the New Economy Handbook, pp. 627-641, Academic Press.

“Productive Efficiency during Transition: Evidence from Bulgaria,” American Economic Association, Washington D.C., January 2003 (with D. Jones).

“The New Economy and Corporate Organization,” Mondragon University, Mondragon, Spain, October 2002.

“Bulgarian Ownership Patterns in Transition,” International Association for the Economics of Participation meeting in Brussels, Belgium, July 2002 (with D. Jones).

“The Economic Fallout from 911”, Political Science Colloquium, September 26, 2001, USM.

“Nobody Washes a Rental Car–Three Points to Setting Up Your Company as a Cooperative or Employee Owned Firm,”Association for New Entrepreneurial Women,” Tokyo, Japan, August 2000.

“Labor-Management in the Southern U.S..” Seminar on Economic Democracy, Participation and Development at Columbia University, New York, April 1999.

“Static and Dynamic Productivity among Yugoslav Enterprises: Components  and Correlates,” Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 26, December 1998, pp. 805-821 (with G. Ferrier and C. Linvill).

“Productive Efficiency during Transition: Evidence from Bulgarian Panel Data,” Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 26, September 1998, pp. 446-464 (with D. Jones and C. Rock).

Experts Policy Report: Employee Ownership in Privatization, 1998, International Labor Organization, Hungary (with Derek Jones, Daniel Vaughen-Whitehead et al).

“Employee Ownership in Transition: the Bulgarian Experience,” in  Privatization Surprises in Transition Economies, edited by Daniel  Vaughen-Whitehead and MilicaUvalic, 1997, Edward Elgar,  Cheltenham, U.K., pp. 80-119 (with C. Rock).

“Fringe Benefits in Transition: Evidence from Bulgaria,” in The Bulgarian  Economy: Lessons from Reform During Early Transition, edited by  Derek Jones and Jeffrey Miller. Ashgate, Vermont, U.S. 1997, pp. 329- 340. (with C. Rock).

Community and the Economy: the Theory of Public Cooperation, a review of the book by Jonathan Boswell, Journal of Economic Issues, March 1996, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 341-2.

Cross Country Comparisons of Productivity Growth, Hacienda Publica, Fall 1995, Vol. 25, pp. 145-52 (with F. Niroomand).

The United States: On the Fringes of the Social Economy, Spring, 1995, Revue des Etudes Cooperatives Mutualistes et Associatives, Paris, France, pp.48-60 (with C. Rock).

The Social Economy in the U.S.: Criteria and Organization, Fall 1994 Revue des Etudes Cooperatives Mutualistes et Associatives, Paris, France, pp.147-165 (with C. Rock).

The Japanese Cooperative Sector, Journal of Economic Issues , June 1994, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 509-518 (with H. Sato).

United States Credit Unions in Community and Cooperative Development: Practices and Prospects, Cooperatives and Development, 1993-1994, Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 75-88 (with C. Rock).

Worker-Managed Firms, Democratic Principles, and the Evolution of Financial Relations, Journal of Economic Issues, June 1992, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 605-613 (with C. Rock).

Structural Factors, Policies and Productive Efficiency of Socialist Enterprises, European Economic Review, January 1992, Volume 36, No. 1, pp. 179-199 (with J. Prasnikar, J. Svejnar).

In Search of the Social Economy in the United States: a Proposal, in Defourny and Campos, Eds., The Third Sector pp. 319-380. De Boeck Universit, Bruxelles, Belgium, 1992 (with C. Rock).

El Sector de Economa Social en Estado Unidos, in Monzn and Defourny, Eds., Economa Social pp. 281-346. Instituto Nacional de Fomento de la Economa Social, Valencia, Spain, 1992 (with C. Rock).

Inside the Black Box: Compensation Structures of Efficient Yugoslavian Firms, Economic Analysis, 1991, Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 363- 383.

Are CEOs Paid Their Marginal Products? An Empirical Analysis of Executive Compensation and Corporate Performance, Australian Bulletin of Labor, June 1991, Volume 17, No. 2, pp. 118-131.

Bulgaria: A Recent Chronology, Democratic Bulgaria, Summer 1991, No. 1, pp. 3-9 (with C. Rock).

In Search of the Social Economy in the United States: a Proposal, (in Japanese) Defourny and Campos, Eds., The Third Sector pp. 319-380. Translated by a team led by Hideo Ishizuka at Meiji University. Nihon Keizai Hyoronsha Publishers, Tokyo, 1995 (with C. Rock).

United States Credit Unions as Supporting Structures, in Mahlingham and Smith, eds., Labour-Managed Market Economies, pp. 258-269. Mittal Publications, New Delhi, India, 1993 (with C. Rock).

Un Essai D’Identification de L’conomie Sociale aux Etats-Unis’in Defourny and Campos, Eds., The Third Sector pp. 381-384. De Boeck Universit, Bruxelles, Belgium, 1992 (with C. Rock).

The Effects of Government Involvement in the Economy on Productivity Growth: A Preliminary Analysis, Proceedings in the Journal of Economics and Finance, Summer 1991, Vol. 15, pp. 287-91 (with F. Niroomand).

A Comparative Analysis of Economic Performance in Small Cities: Comment, Proceedings in the Journal of Economics and Finance, Summer 1991, Vol. 15, p. 392.

Regional Economic Development; The Role of the School of Business: Comment, Proceedings in the Journal of Economics and Finance, Summer 1991, Vol. 15, p. 153.

Market Anomalies Revisited: Comment, Proceedings in the Journal of Economics and Finance, Summer 1991, Vol. 15, p. 625.

Structural Factors, Policies and Productive Efficiency of Socialist Enterprises, Working Papers, July 1991, No. 2, Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education (CERGE), Charles University, Prague, Czechoslovakia (with J. Prasnikar, J. Svejnar).

The Role of Exports in the Economic Development of East Asian Newly Industrialized Countries: Comment, Proceedings in the Journal of Economics and Finance, Summer 1990, Vol. 14, p. 104.

International Portfolio Diversification, A Look at the Emerging Markets: Comment, Proceedings in the Journal of Economics and Finance, Summer 1990, Vol. 14, p. 187.

G.P.A.’s and Student Performance, a Recommendation: Comment, Proceedings in the Journal of Economics and Finance, Summer 1990, Vol. 14, p. 775.

Structural Factors and Productive Efficiency of Firms in a Developing Labor- Managed Economy: Evidence from Yugoslavia, Working Papers, November 1986, No. 382, Cornell University, (with J. Prasnikar, J. Svejnar).

Reviewer for:
Industrial and Labor Relations Review
Journal of Comparative Economics
Economic Development Quarterly,
Economic Analysis
Journal of Economics and Finance
Journal of Insurance Issues and Practices
Advances in the Economic Analysis of Participatory and
Labor-Managed Firms (Lexington Books)
Economics of Planning
Canadian-American Slavic Studies
Transition Economics
Journal of Economic Issues
Journal of Comparative Economic Studies
Oxford Economic Papers
World Development
Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Diversity
Agricultural Economics

Projects 
•Filene Research Institute
•National Science Foundation Consultant on Bulgaria
•World Bank Consultant on Afghanistan’s reconstruction
•International Labor Organization Consultant
•U.S. Department of Justice Consultant
•Research Grant from the William Davidson Institute, University of Michigan Business School (co-principal investigator)
• Research Grant from the U.S. National Council for Eurasian and Eastern European Research, Washington., D.C., (co-principal investigator)
•U.S. Department of Education, curriculum grant
• Consultant for United Nations’ Sudanese Project for Privatization

 

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