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Robert A. Packenham

April 1994
"The Politics of Economic Liberalization: Argentina and Brazil in Comparative Perspective"

Vanilda Paiva

December 1983
"Anotações para um estudo sobre populismo católico e educação no Brasil"

Luis Pásara

December 1985
"Los límites a la irrupción de Alan García"

Manuel Pastor, Jr.

May 1991
"Peruvian Economic Policy in the 1980s: From Orthodoxy to Heterodoxy and Back"
(w/Carol Wise)

Robert Patrick

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

Leigh A. Payne

April 1991
"Industrialists, Labor Relations, and the Transition to Democracy in Brazil"

August 1992
"Brazilian Business and the Democratic Transition: New Attitudes and Influence"

Jorge Pazzi

October 2006
"Capital Flows and Banking System Fragility"

Raquel Abrantes Pêgo

September 2002
"Ámbito y Papel de los Especialistas en las Reformas en los Sistemas de Salud: Los Casos de Brasil y México"
(w/Célia Almeida)

Maiju Perälä

June 2001
"Non-Governmental Terrorism in Latin America: Re-Examining Old Assumptions"
(w/Andreas Feldmann)

Robert Person

February 2014
"Resisting Hegemony: Transformations of National Identity Under Foreign Occupation"

Aníbal Pérez-Liñán

March 1997
"Party Discipline in the Brazilian Constitutional Congress"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)

September 2002
"Classifying Political Regimes in Latin America"
(w/Daniel Brinks, Scott Mainwaring)

December 2002
"Level of Development and Democracy: Latin American Exceptionalism, 1945 - 1996"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)

October 2005
"Why Regions of the World are Important: Regional Specificities and Region-Wide Diffusion of Democracy"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)

December 2009
"Regime Legacies and Democratization: Explaining Variance in the Level of Democracy in Latin America, 1978—2004"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)

Enrique Dussel Peters

January 1993
"From Trade Liberalization to Economic Integration: The Case of Mexico"
(w/Kwan S. Kim)

June 1993
"The State, Markets, and Development: A Rapporteurs' Report"
(w/Mathew A. Verghis)

Lynne Phillips

December 1985
"Gender, Class and 'Development' in Rural Ecuador"

Paulo Sergio Pinheiro

June 1998
"Democratic Consolidation and Human Rights in Brazil"

David Pion-Berlin

April 1989
"Of Victims and Executioners: Argentine State Terror, 1976-1983"
(w/George A. Lopez)

Eduardo Pizarro Leongómez

January 2002
"La Atomizacíon Partidista en Colombia: el Fenómeno de las Micro-empresas Electorales"

(w/Ana Maria Bejarano)

April 2002
"From 'Restricted' to 'Beseiged': The Changing Nature of the Limits to Democracy in Colombia"

Eduardo Posada-Carbó

October 2005
"Language and Politics: on the Colombian 'Establishment'"

April 2008
"Democracy, Parties and Political Finance in Latin America"

September 2012
"The Catholic Church, Elections and Democracy In Colombia, 1830–1930"

Timothy Power

October 1988
"Issues in the Consolidation of Democracy in Latin America and Southern Europe in Comparative Perspective-A Rapporteurs' Report"
(w/Nancy Powers)

March 1999
"Conservative Parties, Democracy, and Economic Reform in Contemporary Brazil"
(w/Scott Mainwaring, Rachel Meneguello)

Nancy Powers

October 1988
"Issues in the Consolidation of Democracy in Latin America and Southern Europe in Comparative Perspective-A Rapporteurs' Report"
(w/Timothy Power)

January 1992
"The Transition to Democracy in Paraguay: Problems and Prospects-A Rapporteur's Report"

Raúl Prebisch

September 1984
"Power Relations and Market Laws"

Ralph R. Premdas

March 1996
"Ethnicity and Development: The Caribbean and Oceania"

April 1996
"Ethnicity and Elections in The Caribbean: A Radical Realignment of Power in Trinidad and the Threat of Communal Strife"

December 1996
"Ethnicity and Identity in the Caribbean: Decentering a Myth"




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