The Politics of Inclusive Development, Policy, State Capacity, and Coalition Building. 2016, Palgrave Macmillan. Purchase Online.

“In this book, Teichman delivers a powerful statement of the conditions under which truly inclusive development are possible. It is a must-read for scholars and practitioners of economic development alike.” (Marcus Kurtz, Ohio State University)


Social Forces and States: Poverty and Distributional Outcomes in South Korea, Chile and Mexico. Stanford University Press, 2012. Purchase Online

"Teichman treats the known economic and political trajectories of Chile, Mexico, and South Korea in a truly original way and provides a compelling explanation of their paths to widely different levels of poverty and inequality. This is a must read for scholars interested in the political economy of development."(Evelyne Huber, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)



Co-author (with Richard Sandbrook, Marc Edelman and Patrick Heller). Social Democracy in the Global Periphery, Origins, Challenges, Prospects. Cambridge University Press, 2007. Purchase Online.

"This is an outstanding book. It is theoretically sophisticated and empirically rich. . ;The book makes us understand the political and social preconditions for such benign developmental outcomes. A must read for all students of the developing world." (Atul Kohli, Princeton University).

Co-author, Kuresel Cevrede Sosyal Demokrasi. Ankara: Phoenix Yayinevi. *Turkish Translation of Social Democracy in the Global Periphery*, with a new preface to the Turkish edition, 2012.



The Politics of Immiserising Growth: Mexico in Comparative Perspective.  In Ravi Kanbur, Richard Sandbrook, and Paul Shaffer, eds., Immiserizing Growth: When Growth Fails the Poor. Oxford University Press, 2019.  Available Online, and Pre copy edited version PDF

The Role of the Middle Class in Distributional Outcomes: Chile and South Korea. Studies in Comparative International Development. Vol. 50, No. 1, 2015: 1-21.  Available online through U of T Library

Struggling with the Social Challenges of Globalization: Mexico, Chile and South Korea. In Richard Sandbrook and Ali Guvin eds., Civilizing Globalization, A Survival Guide. Revised and Expanded Edition. State University of New York Press, 2014, pp.63-75. Available Online

The MDGs and the Issue of Inequality: The Enduring Power of Neoliberalism, Centre for Critical Development Studies (CCDS), 2013. CCDS Working Paper No. 1, 2014. Available Online

What we Need to Understand in order to Mould Economic Liberalization into Inclusive Development. 2012. Policy Context E-Series, Pacific Basin Research Center, Soka University, CA. Available Online

Co author (with Richard Sandbrook, Marc Edelman and Patrick Heller). Can Social Democracies Survive in the Global South? Dissent, Spring 2006: 53-60. Also published in Nueva Sociedad (Argentina), Julio-Agosto, 2006 as “¿Pueden sobrevivir las democracias sociales en el Sur globalizado?” and in Fronesis (Sweden) 32-33, 2010: 254-268 as “Kan socialdemokratin överleva i det globala syd?”  

Contributions of Dependency and World System Analyses. Canadian Journal of Political Science, Sept., 1982, pp. 597-601. Springer and U of T Library

Businessmen and Politics in the Process of Economic Development: Argentina and Canada. Canadian Journal of Political Science, March 1982, pp. 47-66. Springer and U of T Library