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Silvio R. Waisbord

#190
January 1993
"A Sign of the Times: Television and Electoral Politics in Argentina, 1983-1989"


 

Ignacio Walker

#347
April, 2008
"Democracy and Populism in Latin America"


 

Lucan A. Way

#352
December, 2008
"The Evolution of Authoritarian Organization in Russia under Yeltsin and Putin"



Francisco C. Weffort

#162
July 1991
"America Astray"

#325
April 2006
"Sacred Writings, Profane World: Notes on the History of Ideas in Brazil"


 

Nina Wiesehomeier

#370
July 2010
"The Meaning of Left-Right in Latin America: A Comparative View"



Kurt Weyland

#323
February 2006
"External Pressures and International Norms in Latin American Pension Reform"



Laurence Whitehead

#4 (Project Latin America 2000 Series)
1994
"The Peculiarities of 'Transition' a la mexicana"



Charles K. Wilber

#36
July 1984
"The Methodological Basis of Hirschman's Development Economics: Pattern Model vs. General Laws"
(w/Steve Francis)



Alexander Wilde

#22
June 1984
"Redemocratization, the Church, and Democracy in Colombia"

#92
March 1987
"Creating Neo-Christendom in Colombia"



Carol Wise

#161
May 1991
"Peruvian Economic Policy in the 1980s: From Orthodoxy to Heterodoxy and Back"
(w/Manuel Pastor, Jr.)


 

Mikael Wolfe

#371
July 2010
"Mining Water for the Revolution: Marte R. Gómez and the Business of Agrarian Reform in “La Laguna,” Mexico, 1920s to 1960"



Lynne Wozniak

#165
October 1991
"Industrial Modernization and Working-Class Protest in Socialist Spain"


 

Joseph Wright

#367
May 2010
"Exit During Crisis: How Openness, Migration, and Economic Crisis Affect Democratization"


 

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