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Martín Tanaka

#324
March 2006
"Los Sistemas de Partidos en los Países Andinos, 1980–2005: Reformismo Institucional, Autoritarismos Competitivos y los Desafíos Actuales"



Jan Teorell

#331
November 2006
"Authoritarian Regimes: Stability, Change, and Pathways to Democracy, 1972–2003"
(w/Axel Hadenius)



Eugenio Tironi

#123
May 1989
"¿Pobreza = Frustración = Violencia? Crítica empírica a un mito recurrente"



Gábor Tóka

#297
May 2002
"Voter Inequality, Turnout and Information Effects in a Cross-National Perspective"



Víctor Tokman

#11
February 1984
"Wages and Employment in International Recessions: Recent Latin American Experience"



Mariano Torcal

#259
October 1998
"Facets of Social Capital in New Democracies: The Formation and Consequences of Social Capital in Spain"
(w/José Ramón Montero)

#278
September 2002
"The Political Recrafting of Social Bases of Party Competition: Chile in the 1990s"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)

#308
October 2003
"Political Disaffection and Democratization: History in New Democracies"

#319
April 2005
"Party System Institutionalization and Party System Theory After the Third Wave of Democratization"
(w/Scott Mainwaring)



María de Los Angeles Torres

#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 Norma Alicia Del Río Lugo)



Edelberto Torres-Rivas

#25
August 1984
"Centroamérica: Algunos rasgos de la sociedad de pos-guerra"

#68
March 1986
"Escenarios, sujetos, desenlaces (Reflexiones sobre la crisis centroamericana)"


 

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