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Frank Langdon

#243
October 1997
"APEC beyond Economics: The Politics of APEC"
(w/Brian L. Job)



Fabrice Edouard Lehoucq

#189
January 1993
"Evaluating Alternative Explanations of Electoral Reform in Costa Rica"



Marcelo Leiras

#255
May 1998
"Life without the King: Centralists, Federalists, and Constitutional Monarchists in the Making of the Spanish American Republics, 1808-1830"
(w/Iván Jaksic)



Héctor Leis

#18
April 1984
"Sobre cultura política y democracia en Argentina: testimonio de un todavía exilado"



Daniel H. Levine

#83
September 1986
"Religion and Popular Protest in Latin America"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)

#127
August 1989
"Popular Groups, Popular Culture, and Popular Religion"

#197
June 1993
"Venezuela: The Life and Times of the Party System"
(w/Miriam Kornblith)

#340
August 2007
"The Future of Christianity in Latin America"

#342
November 2007
"The Quality of Democracy in Latin America: Another View"
(w/Jose E. Molina)



Robert M. Levine

#178
June 1992
"The Cautionary Tale of Carolina Maria de Jesus"



Steven Levitsky

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

#288
July 2001
"Transforming Labor-Based Parties in Latin America: The Argentine Justicialiste Party in Comparative Perspective"

#307
September 2003
"Informal Institutions and Comparative Politics: A Research Agenda"
(w/Gretchen Helmke)



Kun-Chin Lin

#318
March 2005
"Class Formation or Fragmentation? Allegiances and Divisions Among Managers and Workers in State-Owned Enterprises"



Rubén M. Lo Vuolo

#2 (Democracy and Social Policy Series)
Spring 1995
"The Welfare State in Contemporary Argentina: An Overview"



Gil Loescher

#86
November 1986
"Humanitarianism and Politics in Central America"



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)



Claudio Lomnitz-Adler

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



Juarez Rubens Brandão Lopes

#7 (Democracy and Social Policy Series)
Spring 1994
"Brazil, 1989: A Socioeconomic Study of Indigence and Urban Poverty"



George A. Lopez

#117
April 1989
"Of Victims and Executioners: Argentine State Terror, 1976-1983"
(w/David Pion-Berlin)



Juan J. López

#185
December 1992
"Business Elites and Democracy in Latin America: Reflections on the May 1991 Kellogg Institute Conference"



Margarita Lopez-Maya

#287
July 2001
"Venezuela después del Caracazo: Formas de la protesta en un contexto desinstitucionalizado"



Edward H. Lorenz

#132
January 1990
"Labor Supply and the Employment Strategies of French and British Shipbuilders, 1890 to 1970"

#148
November 1990
"Towards a Theory of British Economic Decline: The Case of Shipbuilding, 1890-1970"

#149
November 1990
"Trust, Cooperation, and Flexibility: International Comparisons"



Norma Alicia Del Río Lugo

#356
May 2009
"Youth and Civic Engagement in the Americas
Preliminary Findings From a Three-City Study: Rio De Janeiro, Chicago, and Mexico City
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(w/Irene Rizzini and María de Los Angeles Torres)



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



Nora Lustig

#188
January 1993
"Poverty in Mexico: An Empirical Analysis"


 

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