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Guillermo O'Donnell

#2
December 1983
"Democracia en la Argentina: micro y macro"

#9
January 1984
"¿Y a mí, que me importa? Notas sobre sociabilidad y autoritarismo en Argentina y Brasil"

#19
May 1984
"América Latina, Estados Unidos y democracia-Variaciones sobre un viejísimo tema"

#58
February 1986
"On the Fruitful Convergences of Hirschman's Exit, Voice, and Loyalty, and Shifting Involvements: Reflections From the Recent Argentine Experience"

#121
May 1989
"Situaciones: Micro-Escenas de la privatización de lo público en São Paulo"

#152
February 1991
"Argentina, de nuevo"

#172
March 1992
"Delegative Democracy?"

#192
April 1993
"On the State, Democratization, and Some Conceptual Problems (A Latin American View with Glances at Some Post-Communist Countries)"

#222
March 1996
"Another Institutionalization: Latin America and Elsewhere"

#225
April 1996
"Poverty and Inequality in Latin America: Some Political Reflections"

#253
April 1998
"Horizontal Accountability and New Polyarchies"

#254
May 1998
"Polyarchies and the (Un) Rule of Law in Latin America"

#274
April 2000
"Democracy, Law, and Comparative Politics"



Claus Offe

#14
March 1984
"Societal Preconditions of Corporatism and Some Current Dilemmas of Democratic Theory"



Lucjan T. Orlowski

#156
April 1991
"Present Stages of Economic Reforms and Privatization Programs in Eastern Europe: The Cases of East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary"



Iván Orozco

#306
May 2003
"La Posguerra Colombiana: Divagaciones Sobre la Venganza, La Justicia y la Reconciliación"



Renato Ortiz

#80
September 1986
"Notas históricas sobre o conceito de cultura popular"



Pierre Ostiguy

#360
July 2009
"The High and the Low in Politics: A Two-Dimensional Political Space for Comparative Analysis and Electoral Studies"

#361
October 2009
"Argentina’s Double Political Spectrum: Party System, Political Identities, and Strategies, 1944–2007"


 

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