Federalism and democracy in Latin America /
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- Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004.
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- Federalism and democracy in Latin America / edited by Edward L. Gibson.
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Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004
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- Physical Description:
x, 377 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
0801874238 (cloth)0801874246 (pbk)
Table of Contents
- Federalism and democracy: theoretical connections and cautionary insights / Edward L. Gibson
- Toward a new comparative politics of federalism, multinationalism, and democracy: beyond Rikerian federalism / Alfred Stepan
- Strong federalism, constraints on the central government, and economic reform in Brazil / David J. Samuels and Scott Mainwaring
- Legislative malapportionment in Latin America: historical and comparative perspectives / Richard Snyder and David J. Samuels
- Reallocative federalism: legislative overrepresentation and public spending in the Western hemisphere / Edward L. Gibson, Ernesto Calvo, and Tulia G. Falleti
- Federalism and institutional change in Venezuela / Michael Penfold-Becerra
- Unity by the stick: regional conflict and the origins of Argentine federalism / Edward L. Gibson and Tulia G. Falleti
- Multiple arenas of struggle: federalism and Mexico's transition to democracy / Enrique Ochoa-Reza
- Do federal institutions matter?: rules and political practices in regional resource allocation in Mexico / Alberto Diaz-Cayeros
- Electorally generated veto players in unitary and federal systems / Alfred Stepan.