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Diego Abente Brun

#119
March 1989
"Stronismo, Post-Stronismo, and the Prospects for Democratization in Paraguay"

#343
November 2007
"The Quality of Democracy in Small South American Countries: The Case of Paraguay"



Carlos Acuña

#30
October 1984
"Issues on Democracy and Democratization: North and South-A Rapporteur's Report"
(w/Robert Barros)



Caren Addis

#207
April 1994
"Economic Integration in the Western Hemisphere: A Rapporteurs' Report"
(w/Mathew Verghis)



Larissa Adler Lomnitz

#135
March 1990
"El fondo de la forma: Actos públicos de la campaña presidencial del Partido Revolucionario Institucional, México, 1988"
(w/Claudio Lomnitz-Adler, Ilya Adler)


 

José Antonio Aguilar Rivera
#392
March 2013
"Great Expectations: Mexican Democracy and Its Discontents"



Yoji Akashi

#240
April 1997
"An ASEAN Perspective on APEC"



Manuel Alcántara Sáez

#293
April 2002
"Experimentos de Democracia Interna: Las Primeras de Partidos en América Latina"

#348
May 2008
"Institutions and Politicians: An Analysis of the Factors that Determine Presidential Legislative Success"
(w/Mercedes García Montero)

#386
June 2012
"Elections in Latin America 2009–2011: A Comparative Analysis"



Célia Almeida

#299
September 2002
"Ámbito y Papel de los Especialistas en las Reformas en los Sistemas de Salud: Los Casos de Brasil y México"
(w/Raquel Abrantes Pêgo)



David Altman

#400
June 2014
"Strengthening Democratic Quality: Reactive Deliberation in the Context of Direct Democracy"



Edward J. Amadeo

#169
January 1992
"Unions, Social Structures, and Wage Restraint: A Suggested Scheme of Analysis"

#175
May 1992
"Institutional Constraints to Economic Policies: Wage Bargaining and Stabilization in Brazil"

#193
May 1993
"The Rational Basis of Wage Determination in Regimes of High Inflation"



José Anadón

#125
August 1989
"'Power' in Literature and Society: The 'Double' in Gabriel García Márquez's The Autumn of the Patriarch"


 

Diego Sánchez-Ancochea

#383
March 2012
"The Road to Universal Social Protection: How Costa Rica Informs Theory"
(w/Juliana Martínez Franzoni)



Andrew Arato

#15
April 1984
"The Democratic Theory of the Polish Opposition: Normative Intentions and Strategic Ambiguities"



Ronald P. Archer

#140
July 1990
"The Transition from Traditional to Broker Clientelism in Colombia: Political Stability and Social Unrest"


 

Marta M. Assumpção-Rodrigues

#390
February 2013
"Skill Formation, Governance, and Democracy in Brazil: The State of the Art of a Public Policy"



Beatriz Azeredo

#3 (Democracy and Social Policy Series)
Spring 1995
"The System of Social Protection in Brazil"
(w/Sônia Miriam Draibe, Maria Helena Guimarães de Castro)


 

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