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Amy L. Chua is a professor of law at Yale University. She was an executive editor of the Harvard Law Review and the past consultant for the American Bar Association's Section of International Law and Practice and Central and East European Law Initiative. She has taught at Duke, Columbia, NYU and Stanford, prior to joining the Yale Law School faculty in 2001. Her publications include the New York Times bestseller World on Fire: How Exporting Free Markets and Democracy Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability (Doubleday, 2002), The Paradox of Free Market Democracy: Rethinking Development Policy (Harvard International Law Journal, 2000), Markets, Democracy, and Ethnicity: Toward a New Paradigm for Law and Development (Yale Law Journal, 1998) and The Privatization-Nationalization Cycle: The Link Between Markets and Ethnicity in Developing Countries (Columbia Law Review, 1995).

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Dream Jungle
by Jessica Hagedorn

Marginal Bliss
by Carlomar Arcangel Daoana

Behind the Blue Canvas
by Eileen R. Tabios

Ulos: 4 na Dula
by Arthur P. Casanova

Mga Kuwentong Maranao
by Frank G. Rivera

Wife or Worker: Asian Women and Migration
edited by Nicola Piper and Mina Roces

World on Fire: How Exporting Free Market Democracy Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability
by Amy Chua

Smaller and Smaller Circles
by Felisa H. Batacan