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

#307
September 2003
"Informal Institutions and Comparative Politics: A Research Agenda"
Gretchen Helmke and Steven Levitsky

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

#310
March 2004
"The Violence of "Religion": Examining a Prevalent Myth"
William T. Cavanaugh

#311
June 2004
"On the Role of Distance for Outward Foreign Investment"
Peter Egger

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

#316
January 2005
"Rational Learning and Bounded Learning in the Diffusion of Policy Innovations"
Covadonga Meseguer

#319
April 2005
"Party System Institutionalization and Party System Theory After the Third Wave of Democratization"
Scott Mainwaring and Mariano Torcal

#322
October 2005
"Why Regions of the World are Important: Regional Specificities and Region-Wide Diffusion of Democracy"
Scott Mainwaring and Aníbal Pérez-Liñán

#331
November 2006
"Authoritarian Regimes: Stability, Change, and Pathways to Democracy, 1972–2003"
Axel Hadenius and Jan Teorell

#339
May 2007
"Development Ethics: A Road to Peace"
Adela Cortina

#345
December 2007
"Creating Competition: Patronage Politics and the PRI’s Demise"
Kenneth F. Greene

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

#368
July 2010
The Vote Share of New and Young Parties
Scott Mainwaring, Carlos Gervasoni, and Annabella España-Nájera

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

#374
J. Samuel Valenzuela
January 2011
"Families, Welfare Institutions and Economic Development: Chile and Sweden an Comparative Perspective"

#375
Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo
January 2011
"Designing Cabinets: Presidential Politics and Cabinet Instability in Latin America"

#376
Isabel de Assis Ribeiro de Oliveira
February 2011
"The Concept of the Common Good in the Iberian Renaissance"

#378
Cas Mudde
and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser
July 2011
"Voices of the Peoples: Populism in Europe and Latin America Compared"

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

#386
Manuel Alcántara
June 2012
"Elections in Latin America 2009–2011: A Comparative Analysis"

#388
Jingjing Huo and John D. Stephens
December 2012
"The Corporatist Political Economies: From Industrial Corporatism to the Social Investment State in the Knowledge Intensive Service Economy"

#399
Svend-Erik Skaaning, John Gerring, and Henrikas Bartusevičius
June 2014
"A Lexical Index of Electoral Democracy"

#400
David Altman
June 2014
"Strengthening Democratic Quality: Reactive Deliberation in the Context of Direct Democracy"


 

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