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Maxwell Cameron

#249
February 1998
"Presidential Coups d'État and Regime Change in Latin America and Soviet Successor States: Lessons for Democratic Theory"



Guillermo Campero

#85
October 1986
"Logics of Union Action in Chile"
(w/René Cortázar)



Daphna Canetti-Nisim

#327
October 2006
"Xenophobia Towards Palestinian Citizens of Israel Among Russian Immigrants in Israel: Heightened by Failure to Make Gains in a New Democratic Society"
(w/Eran Halperin, Stevan E. Hobfoll, Robert E. Johnson)



Matthew E. Carnes, SJ

#363
December 2009
"Institutionalizing Inequality: The Political Origins of Labor Codes in Latin America"



Nicholas Carnes (w/ Noam Lupu)
#394
October 2013
"Rethinking the Comparative Perspective on Class and Representation: Evidence from Latin America"



Ruth Corrêa Leite Cardoso

#120
March 1989
"Popular Movements in the Context of the Consolidation of Democracy"



Julián Casanova

#266
March 1999
"Civil Wars, Revolutions and Counterrevolutions in Finland, Spain, and Greece (1918-1949): A Comparative Analysis"



Jorge G. Castañeda

#3 (Project Latin America 2000 Series)
1994
"Three Challenges to US Democracy: Accountability, Representativeness, and Intellectual Diversity," with Comments by Robert Dahl.



Maria Helena de Magalhães Castro

#147
November 1990
"Television and the Elites in Postauthoritarian Brazil"



Maria Helena Guimarães de Castro

#3 (Democracy and Social Policy Series)
Spring 1995
"The System of Social Protection in Brazil"
(w/Beatriz Azeredo, Sônia Miriam Draibe)



William T. Cavanaugh

#310
March 2004
"The Violence of "Religion": Examining a Prevalent Myth"



Benedict J. Clements

#62
February 1986
"The Debt Crisis and Stabilization Policy in Latin America: New Insights from Recent Research-A Rapporteur's Report"

#108
March 1988
"Foreign Trade and Income Distribution: The Case of Brazil"
(w/Kwan Kim)



David Collier

#168
December 1991
"Strategic Choice Models of Political Change in Latin America"
(w/Deborah L. Norden)

#230
August 1996
"Democracy 'with Adjectives': Conceptual Innovations in Comparative Research"
(w/Steven Levitsky)



Catherine Conaghan

#1 (Project Latin America 2000 Series)
1994
"Democracy That Matters: The Search for Authenticity, Legitimacy, and Civic Competence in the Andes"

#109
May 1988
"Capitalists, Technocrats, and Politicians: Economic Policy-Making and Democracy in the Central Andes"

#176
June 1992
"The Private Sector and the Public Transcript: The Political Mobilization of Business in Bolivia"

#139
May 1990
"Unlikely Transitions to Uncertain Regimes? Democracy without Compromise in the Dominican Republic and Ecuador"
(w/Rosario Espinal)



Michael Conroy

#26
July 1984
"False Polarization? Alternative Perspectives on the Economic Strategies of Post-Revolutionary Nicaragua"

#27
July 1984
"External Dependence, External Assistance, and 'Economic Aggression' against Nicaragua"



Michael Coppedge

#244
November 1997
"A Classification of Latin American Political Parties"

#268
June 1999
"Venezuela: Conservative Representation without Conservative Parties"

#294
April 2002
"Venezuela: Popular Sovereignty versus Liberal Democracy"

#341
October 2007
Drugs, Civil War, and the Conditional Impact of the Economy on Democracy
(w/Angel Alvarez, Lucas González)



Fernando Coronil

#112
October 1988
"The Magical State: History and Illusion in the Appearance of Venezuelan Democracy"



Daniel Corstange

#356
May 2009
"Democratic Talk and the Democratic Walk: Superficial Versus Sincere Support for Illiterate Voting Rights in Lebanon"




René Cortázar

#85
October 1986
"Logics of Union Action in Chile"
(w/Guillermo Campero)



Adela Cortina

#339
May 2007
"Development Ethics: A Road to Peace"



Margaret Crahan

#5
December 1983
"Varieties of Faith: Religion in Contemporary Nicaragua"



Germán Creamer

#226
June 1996
"The Ecuadorean Participation in the Andean Pact: Macroeconomic and Sectoral Impact"



María de los Angeles Crummett

#41
May 1985
"Rural Class Structure in Mexico: New Developments, New Perspectives"

#71
June 1986
"Rural Women and Migration in Latin America: Research Review and Agenda"



Robert Curley

#349
May 2008
"Political Catholicism in Revolutionary Mexico, 1900–1926"


 

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