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Helen Icken Safa

#133
December 1989
"Women, Industrialization and State Policy in Cuba"
(w/the Federation of Cuban Women)



David Samuels

#271
November 1999
"Federalism, Constraints on the Central Government, and Economic Reform in Democratic Brazil"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)



Prabirjit Sarkar

#252
April 1998
"The Catching-Up Debate: A Statistical Investigation"



Hector Schamis

#250
February 1998
"The Politics of Economic Reform: Distributional Coalitions and Policy Change in Latin America"



Edward Schatz

#303
February 2003
"When Capital Cities Move: The Political Geography of Nation and State Building"



Andreas Schedler

#213
March 1995
"Under- and Overinstitutionalization: Some Ideal Typical Propositions Concerning New and Old Party Systems"



Hugh Schwartz

#208
April 1994
"Entrepreneurial Response to Economic Liberalization and Integration: An Inquiry about Recent Events in Uruguay Aimed at Developing Better Hypotheses about Economic Behavior"

#209
April 1994
"Guidelines for Industrial Reconversion and Restructuring (with Application to Uruguay)"



Michael F. Scott

#105
January 1988
"'The Rich Have Already Eaten...' Roots of Catastrophe in Central America"
(w/Solon L. Barraclough)



Rev. Timothy R. Scully, CSC

#143
September 1990
"Reappraising the Role of the Center: The Case of the Chilean Party System"

#199
July 1993
"From Democracy to Democracy: Continuities and Changes of Electoral Choices and the Party System in Chile"
(w/J. Samuel Valenzuela)

#211
July 1994
"The Political Underpinnings of Economic Liberalization in Chile"

#336
March 2007
"The Enduring Presence of Religion in Chilean Ideological Positionings and Voter Options"
(w/Nicolás Somma, J. Samuel Valenzuela)

#362
December 2009
"Social and Political Effects of Religiosity and Religious Identities in Latin America"
(w/Nicolás Somma, J. Samuel Valenzuela)



Kenneth P. Serbin

#181
October 1992
"State Subsidization of Catholic Institutions in Brazil, 1930-1964: A Contribution to the Economic and Political History of the Church"

#229
August 1996
"Church-State Reciprocity in Contemporary Brazil: The Convening of the International Eucharistic Congress of 1955 in Rio de Janeiro"

#248
January 1998
"The Anatomy of a Death: Repression, Human Rights, and the Case of Alexandre Vannucchi Leme in Authoritarian Brazil"

#263
February 1999
"The Catholic Church, Religious Pluralism, and Democracy in Brazil"



Gulnaz Sharafutdinova

#335
February 2007
"Crony Capitalism and Democracy: Paradoxes of Electoral Competition in Russia's Regions"



Donald Share

#32
December 1984
"Transitions from Above: Democratization in Brazil and Spain"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)



Matthew Shugart

#200
July 1993
"Juan Linz, Presidentialism, and Democracy: A Critical Appraisal"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)



Endre Sik

#212
February 1995
"Network Capital in Capitalist, Communist, and Post-Communist Societies"



Ajit Singh

#137
April 1990
"The State of Industry in the Third World in the 1980s: Analytical and Policy Issues"

#163
August 1991
"The Institution of a Stockmarket in a Socialist Economy: Notes on the Chinese Economic Reform Program"

#204
March 1994
"Asian Economic Success and Latin American Failure in the 1980s: New Analyses and Future Policy Implications"



Svend-Erik Skaaning

#399
June 2014
"A Lexical Index of Electoral Democracy"
(w/John Gerring and Henrikas Bartusevičius)



Thomas E. Skidmore

#173
April 1992
"Fact and Myth: Discovering a Racial Problem in Brazil"



David Smilde

#300
September 2002
"Contradiction without Paradox: Evangelical Political Culture in the 1998 Venezuelan Elections"



Richard Snyder

#312
July 2004
"Does Lootable Wealth Breed Disorder? A Political Economy of Extraction Framework"



Horacio Sobarzo

#315
October 2004
"Tax Effort and Tax Potential of State Governments in Mexico: A Representative Tax System"



Andrés Solimano

#78
August 1986
"A Simple Macro Model for a Semi-Industrialized Economy Facing a Binding External Constraint"
(w/Patricio Meller)



Ottón Solís

#381
November 2011
"Subsidizing Multinational Corporations: Is That a Development Policy?"


 

Nicolás Somma

#336
March 2007
"The Enduring Presence of Religion in Chilean Ideological Positionings and Voter Options"
(w/Timothy R. Scully, CSC, J. Samuel Valenzuela)

#362
December 2009
"Social and Political Effects of Religiosity and Religious Identities in Latin America"
(w/Timothy R. Scully, CSC, J. Samuel Valenzuela)



Rose J. Spalding

#202
March 1994
"Capitalists and Revolution"



David Stark

#115
December 1988
"Toward an Institutional Analysis of State Socialism"
(w/Victor Nee)

#126
August 1989
"Bending the Bars of the Iron Cage: Bureaucratization and Informalization in Capitalism and Socialism"



Evelyne Huber Stephens

#122
May 1989
"Capitalist Development and Democracy in South America"



John D. Stephens

#101
November 1987
"Democratic Transition and Breakdown in Europe, 1870-1939: A Test of the Moore Thesis"

#388
December 2012
"The Corporatist Political Economies: From Industrial Corporatism to the Social Investment State in the Knowledge Intensive Service Economy"
(w/Jingjing Huo)



Marcia Stephenson

#279
September 2002
"The Impact of an Indigenous Counterpublic Sphere on the Practice of Democracy: The Taller de Historia Oral Andina in Bolivia"



Joseph Stevano

#220
March 1996
"The Political Economy of Regional Development and Cooperation in Pacific Basin, with Special Reference to APEC-A Rapporteurs' Report"
(w/William Barnes)



Herbert Stocker

#227
July 1996
"Changes in the International Distribution of Income"



Wolfgang Streeck

#164
August 1991
"From National Corporatism to Transnational Pluralism: European Interest Politics and the Single Market"

#218
March 1996
"German Capitalism: Does it Exist? Can It Survive?"



Carol D. Stuart

#257
June 1998
"The Changing Status of Children in Latin America: Issues in Child Health and Children's Rights-A Rapporteur's Report"


 

Mariela Szwarcberg

#377
July 2011
"The Microfoundations of Political Clientelism: Lessons from the Argentine Case"


 

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