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Dagmar Raczynski

#4 (Democracy and Social Policy Series)
Fall 1994
"Social Policies in Chile: Origin, Transformations, and Perspectives"



Joseph Ramos

#46
November 1985
"Democracy and Property"

#64
February 1985
"Capital Immobility and the Distribution of Income"

#81
September 1986
"The Rise and Fall of Capital Markets in the Southern Cone"



Silvia Raw

#97
August 1987
"The Making of a State-Owned Conglomerate: A Brazilian Case Study"



Simon Reich

#261
December 1998
"What is Globalization? Four Possible Answers"


 

Amy Reynolds

#393
June 2013
"“With or Without Cafta, We Need a Plan”: A Catholic Response to Free Trade in Costa Rica"


 

Isabel de Assis Ribeiro de Oliveira

#376
February 2011
"The Concept of the Common Good in the Iberian Renaissance"


 

Rachel Beatty Riedl

#372
November 2010
"The Iron Cage of Democracy: Institutional Similarity and Stasis in African Political Party Systems"



Fábio Wanderley Reis

#3
December 1983
"Strategy, Institutions and the Autonomy of the Political"

#10
January 1984
"Change, Rationality and Politics: Some Basic Problems of Method and Theory in Contemporary Socio-Political Science"



Andrew Reynolds

#281
September 2002
"The Impact of Election Administration on the Legitimacy of Emerging Democracies: A New Research Agenda"
(w/Jørgen Elklit)



Clark W. Reynolds

#241
August 1997
"Open Regionalism: Lessons from Latin America for East Asia"



Juan Rial

#145
October 1990
"Los partidos políticos uruguayos en el proceso de transición hacia la democracia"


Neal P. Richardson

#379
August 2011
"The Spoils of Victory: Campaign Donations and Government Contracts in Brazil"
(w/Taylor C. Boas and F. Daniel Hidalgo)



Irene Rizzini

#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/María de Los Angeles Torres and Norma Alicia Del Río Lugo)



Kenneth Roberts

#203
March 1994
"Renovation in the Revolution? Dictatorship, Democracy, and Political Change in the Chilean Left"



Pilar Romaguera

#153
March 1991
"Wage Differentials and Efficiency Wage Models: Evidence from the Chilean Economy"



Catalina Romero

#47
November 1985
"Iglesia peruana: Cambio y continuidad. Naturaleza y sentido de su transformación"



Jaime Ros

#128
August 1989
"On Inertia, Social Conflict, and the Structuralist Analysis of Inflation"

#155
March 1991
"Industrial Organization and Comparative Advantage in Mexico's Manufacturing Trade"

#186
January 1993
"Mexico's Trade and Industrialization Experience since 1960: A Reconsideration of Past Policies and Assessment of Current Reforms"

#201
December 1993
"Mercados financieros y flujos de capital en México"

(w/Roberto Frenkel)

#309
February 2004
"Unemployment, Macroeconomic Policy and Labor Market Flexibility: Argentina and Mexico in the 1990s"



Ian Roxborough

#77
August 1986
"The Mexican Charrazo of 1948: Latin American Labor from World War to Cold War"



David F. Ruccio

#53
December 1985
"The State and Planning in Nicaragua"

#154
March 1991
"When Failure Becomes Success: Class and the Debate over Stabilization and Adjustment"


 

Sanjay Ruparelia

#391
February 2013
"A Progressive Juristocracy? The Unexpected Social Activism of India’s Supreme Court"


 

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