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Axel Hadenius

November 2006
"Authoritarian Regimes: Stability, Change, and Pathways to Democracy, 1972–2003"
(w/Jan Teorell)

Frances Hagopian

February 1986
"State Capitalism and Politics in Brazil"

February 1987
"The Traditional Political Elite and the Transition to Democracy in Brazil"

September 1987
"Democracy in Brazil: Origins, Problems, Prospects"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)

December 2006
"Latin American Catholicism in an Age of Religious and Political Pluralism: A Framework for Analysis"

December 2008
"From Patronage to Program:  The Emergence of Party-Oriented Legislators in Brazil"
(w/Juan Andres Moraes, Carlos Gervasoni)

Eran Halperin

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/Daphna Canetti-Nisim, Stevan E. Hobfoll, Robert E. Johnson)

Sam Handlin

November 2014
"The Politics of Polarization: Governance and Party System Change in Latin America, 1990–2010"

Gretchen Helmke

September 2003
"Informal Institutions and Comparative Politics: A Research Agenda"
(w/Steven Levitsky)

Kevin Hennelly

July 1987
"The Psychological Roots of Political and Ideological Violence: A Jungian Perspective"

Raúl Cardinal Silva Henríquez

May 1986
Part 1
"The Soul of Chile"
(w/Monsignor Cristián Precht Bañados)

Blanca Heredia

October 1992
"Mexican Business and the State: The Political Economy of a 'Muddled' Transition"

F. Daniel Hidalgo

August 2011
"The Spoils of Victory: Campaign Donations and Government Contracts in Brazil"
(w/Taylor C. Boas and Neal P. Richardson)

Albert O. Hirschman

December 1986
"The Political Economy of Latin American Development: Seven Exercises in Retrospection"

Stevan E. Hobfoll

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/Daphna Canetti-Nisim, Eran Halperin, Robert E. Johnson)

Jan Hoffman French

October 2006
"A Tale of Two Priests: Three Decades of Liberation Theology in the Brazilian Northeast"

James Holston

July 1984
"On Modernism and Modernization: The Modernist City in Development, The Case of Brasília"

Juliet Hooker

July 2009
"Political Solidarity, Cultural Survival, and the Institutional Design of Autonomy in Nicaragua: From Heterogenous, Multiethnic Spaces to National Homelands"

Evelyne Huber

April 2015
"Power, Markets, and Top Income Shares"
(w/Jingjing Huo and John D. Stephens)

Carlos Huneeus

July 2001
"La Derecha en el Chile Después de Pinochet: El Caso de la Unión Democrata Independiente"

Jingjing Huo

April 2015
"Power, Markets, and Top Income Shares"
(w/Evelyne Huber and John D. Stephens)

Wendy Hunter

August 2006
"Growth and Transformation of the Workers’ Party in Brazil, 1989–2002"

Jingjing Huo

December 2012
"The Corporatist Political Economies: From Industrial Corporatism to the Social Investment State in the Knowledge Intensive Service Economy"
(w/John D. Stephens)




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