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Scott L. Baier

#290
January 2002
"On the Economic Determinants of Free Trade Agreements"
(w/Jeffrey Bergstrand)



Ronald J. Balvers

#295
April 2002
"Government Expenditures and Equilibrium Real Exchange Rates"
(w/Jeffrey H. Bergstrand)



Monsignor Cristián Precht Bañados

#70
May 1986
Part 2
"The Imperative of Solidarity"
(w/Raúl Cardinal Silva Henríquez)



Tiffany Barnes

#397
March 2014
"Women’s Representation and Legislative Committee Appointments: The Case of the Argentine Provinces"



William Barnes

#220
March 1996
"The Political Economy of Regional Development and Cooperation in Pacific Basin, with Special Reference to APEC-A Rapporteurs' Report"
(w/Joseph Stevano)



Solon Barraclough

#99
August 1987
"Food Security Trends and Prospects in Latin America"
(w/Peter Utting)

#105
January 1988
"'The Rich Have Already Eaten...' Roots of Catastrophe in Central America"
(w/Michael F. Scott)



Roxana Barrantes Cáceres

#337
March 2007
"Digital Poverty: Concept and Measurement, with an Application to Peru "



Robert Barros

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



Ernest Bartell, CSC

#29
December 1983
"The United States and Third World Poor in the International Economy: Some Economic and Ethical Issues for Discussion"

#76
August 1986
"Private Goods, Public Goods and the Common Good: Another Look at Economics and Ethics in Catholic Social Teaching"

#184
December 1992
"Business Perceptions and the Transition to Democracy in Chile"

#198
June 1993
"Privatization: The Role of Domestic Business"



Henrikas Bartusevičius

#399
June 2014
"A Lexical Index of Electoral Democracy"
(w/Svend-Erik Skaaning and John Gerring)



Arturo León Batista

#8 (Democracy and Social Policy Series)
Summer 1994
"Urban Poverty in Chile: Its Extent and Diversity"



Shelley Baxter

#49
December 1985
"Feminist Theory, State Policy, and Rural Women in Latin America-A Rapporteur's Report"



Ana Maria Bejarano

#296
April 2002
"From 'Restricted' to 'Beseiged': The Changing Nature of the Limits to Democracy in Colombia"
(w/Eduardo Pizarro Leongómez)



Gina Becker

#246
January 1998
"Workshop on The Rule of Law and the Underprivileged in Latin America - A Rapporteurs' Report"
(w/Robert Patrick)



Douglas Bennett

#16
April 1984
"Democracy and Public Policy Analysis"



Jeffrey Bergstrand

#290
January 2002
"On the Economic Determinants of Free Trade Agreements"

(w/Ronald J. Balvers)

#295
April 2002
"Government Expenditures and Equilibrium Real Exchange Rates"
(w/Scott L. Baier)



Ana María Bidegain

#48
November 1985
"From Catholic Action to Liberation Theology: The Historical Process of the Laity in Latin America in the Twentieth Century"


 

Susan D. Blum

#366
February 2010
"Happy News: Censorship, Nationalism, and Language Ideology in China"


Taylor C. Boas

#379
August 2011
"The Spoils of Victory: Campaign Donations and Government Contracts in Brazil"
(w/F. Daniel Hidalgo and Neal P. Richardson)


Noor Borbieva

#364
December 2009
"Islam and the International Sector: Negotiations of Faith in the Kyrgyz Republic"



Daniel Brinks

#280
September 2002
"Classifying Political Regimes in Latin America"
(w/Scott Mainwaring, Aníbal Pérez)

#351
August 2008
"Inequality, Institutions, and the Rule of Law: The Social and Institutional Bases of Rights"



Archie Brown

#273
April 2000
"Transnational Influences in the Transition from Communism"



Kathleen Bruhn

#321
October 2005
"With Friends Like These: Protest Strategies and the Left in Brazil and Mexico"



Paul G. Buchanan

#136
April 1990
"'Useful Fools' as Diplomatic Tools: Organized Labor as an Instrument of US Foreign Policy in Latin America"

#160
May 1991
"Reconstituting the Institutional Bases of Consent: Notes on State-Labor Relations and Democratic Consolidation in the Southern Cone"


 

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