7 edition of Business and democracy in Latin America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ernest Bartell and Leigh A. Payne, editors.|
|Series||Pitt Latin American series|
|Contributions||Bartell, Ernest J., 1932-, Payne, Leigh A.|
|LC Classifications||HC125 .B77 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 292 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||292|
|ISBN 10||0822938537, 0822955377|
|LC Control Number||94039787|
Feb 19, · Politics, Society, And Democracy Latin America book. Politics, Society, And Democracy Latin America. DOI link for Politics, Society, And Democracy Latin America. Politics, Society, And Democracy Latin America book. By Scott Mainwaring. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 19 February Cited by: In the s Latin America turned from a land of dictators and juntas into the world’s third great region of democracy, along with Europe and North America. Since then democracy has put down roots. Involvement of the United States in regime change in Latin America most commonly involved US backed Coup 'd' etats aimed at replacing left-wing leaders with right-wing, usually military and authoritarian regimes. It was most prevalent during the Cold War in line with the Truman Doctrine of containment, although some instances occurred during the early 20th century "Banana Republic" era of. Feb 01, · Social Democracy in Latin America should be welcomed by students of comparative politics and social democracy. Outstanding social scientists from Latin America and Europe provide informative and insightful analyses of the relationship between European and Latin American social democracy. The essays can be divided into two mikemccarthycomedy.com: Rosario Espinal.
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“The contributors to Business and Democracy in Latin America look systematically at the same issues in Chile (Bartell), Bolivia (Catherine Conaghan), Peru (Francisco Durand), Mexico (Blanca Heredia), and Brazil (Payne).
They address the subject of business associations and their relationships with authoritarian and democratic regimes, with each essay offering an interesting story as well as good Author: Ernest Bartell.
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Analyzes the extent to which economic and political changes have convinced business elites to strengthen their employer associations and to use them5/5(1). Democracy in Latin America, Third Edition, examines processes of democratization in Latin America from to the present.
Thoroughly revised and expanded, this new edition provides a widespread view of political transformation throughout the entire mikemccarthycomedy.com by: The contributors Business and democracy in Latin America book Business and Democracy in Latin America look systematically at the same issues in Chile (Bartell), Bolivia (Catherine Conaghan), Peru (Francisco Durand), Mexico (Blanca Heredia), and Brazil (Payne).
They address the subject of business associations and their relationships with authoritarian and democratic regimes, with each essay offering an interesting story as well as good. Business and democracy in Latin America.
[Ernest J Bartell; Leigh A Payne;] -- Recent political and economic changes sweeping Latin America are strengthening the power of the business class, as the failure of state-led development strategies makes the business sector the.
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Democracy in Latin America: Political Change in Comparative Perspective examines processes of democratization in Latin America from to the present. Organized thematically, with a unique historical perspective, the book provides a widespread view of political /5.
Democracy in Latin America. Democratic institutions are facing stress throughout Latin America and experiencing serious challenges in some countries. The public has had little confidence in political parties and Congress for many years in most countries. With the exception of Fidel Castro's Cuba, the Western Hemisphere is now exclusively ruled by democratically elected leaders.
Democracy has come a long way in Latin America and we can draw encouragement from the region's historic rejection of military dictatorships and bloody civil conflicts.
‘Time for Reforms’ 1 addressed the issue of the quality of democracies in Latin America in a panel attended by Leonardo Morlino and other contributors to the analysis presented in these pages, generating a stimulating debate that highlighted the policy relevance of the research results.
The contributions to this book grew out of a two-year study featuring two central workshops in Washington, D.C., as well as a series of seminars held in the home countries of key participants. Participatory Innovation and Representative Democracy in Latin America.
Democracy in Latin America examines democratic transition and consolidation in post-authoritarian and post-civil war Latin America. The norm of democracy is becoming embedded in regional and.
Feb 14, · The new authoritarianism in Latin America looks different from the military regimes, personalist despotism, or caudillismo (strongman rule) that characterized the region at various periods in the past. Authoritarian rulers now rely on the trappings of Author: Amy Erica Smith. May 14, · In a region in which undemocratic political parties were common and have often been dominated by caudillos, cautious naysayers have voiced concerns about the runoff process, arguing that a proliferation of new political parties vying for power is a sign of inferior democracy.
This book is the first rigorous assessment of the implications of runoff versus plurality rules throughout Latin America, and Cited by: 1. Organized business, economic change, and democracy in Latin America.
"Sweeping changes in many Latin American nations have transformed business elites into key political and economic players.
While organized business has become increasingly visible in the past decade, its role has been understudied. His field research concerns parliament elites in Latin America, parliamentary performance in Latin America, and democracy and elections in Latin America.
His most recent books include El oficio de político () and Sistemas Políticos de América Latina (, 4th edition) and, as editor, Procesos políticos y electorales en América Latina. Gender and Democracy.
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Democracy in Developing Countries book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Latin America” as Want to Read: Larry Jay Diamond (born October 2, ) is a political sociologist and leading contemporary scholar in the field of democracy studies. He is a professor of Sociology and Political Science (by courtesy) at /5.
In Exporting Democracy, Abraham F. Lowenthal and fourteen other noted scholars from the United States, Latin America, and Europe explore the motives, methods, and results of U.S. efforts to nurture Latin American democracy. Contributors focus on four periods when such efforts were most intense: the years from World War I to the Great Depression.
Latin America's average score continued a steady decline in the latest edition of The Economist Intelligence Unit's Democracy Index, falling to from an annual average of in and a peak of in Among his books are Seats and Votes (with Rein Taagepera, ), Presidents and Assemblies (with John Carey, Cambridge University Press, ), Presidentialism and Democracy in Latin America (co-edited with Scott Mainwaring, Cambridge University Press, ), Executive Decree Authority (co-edited with John Carey, Cambridge University Press 5/5(1).
Sep 15, · Latin America today is radically different from what it was only three and a half decades ago. Despite all of its faults, democracy is the most common type of government practiced in the region, although it with a high degree of heterogeneity.
Today we have more consolidated democracies. The authors of Drugs and Democracy in Latin America offer a comprehensive review of U.S. drug-control policies toward the region, assess the impact of those policies on democracy and human rights, and present eight detailed case mikemccarthycomedy.coms: 1.
As such, Women, Politics, and Democracy in Latin America will serve as a springboard for future research on women’s political empowerment and a resource for cultivating formal and informal strategies for institutionalising women’s access to political power.” (Tiffany D.
Barnes, Gender & Development, Vol. 25 (3), November, ). But there has been little discussion, or even description, of this process. So, for its descriptive materials alone, Conservative Parties, the Right, and Democracy in Latin America makes a contribution to scholarship on this problem.
The essays all, in my judgment, represent solid accounts of. "Democracy in Latin America has more on institutions than any other textbook on Latin American politics I am aware of.
Smith and Sells' focus on regime change in this region is unique, providing an effective hook for organizing the book." --Melody Ellis Valdini, Portland State University "The best book on democracy in Latin America.".
"Federalism and Democracy in Latin America is a strong contribution to a debate that is likely to become central in comparative politics and for students of democracy and political institutions.
It includes contributions by some of the most prominent figures in the field and offers a nice balance of theoretical and broadly comparative analyses.".
Democracy in Latin America has multiple challenges to overcome, but in most countries the threat of a military takeover is not one of them. David Scott Palmer teaches Latin American politics and United States-Latin American relations at Boston University.
His first book, Cities, Business and the Politics of Urban Violence in Latin America (Stanford University Press, ), analyzes and explains the ways in which major developing world cities respond to the challenge of urban violence.
Democracy in Latin America, Third Edition, examines processes of democratization in Latin America from to the present.
Thoroughly revised and expanded, this new edition provides a widespread view of political transformation throughout the entire mikemccarthycomedy.comly blending qualitative and quantitative approaches, Democracy in Latin America, Third Edition, offers an innovative view of the.
Conference Examines Race, Democracy in Latin America Author: Ashley Rowland They may be thousands of miles apart, but Brazil and the United States have some things in common: Both are among the largest democracies in the Americas, and both have sizeable black populations largely descended from enslaved Africans.
THIS year marks the 40th anniversary of the start of the democratic wave that swept over Latin America and turned military dictators into political flotsam. It is an anniversary tinged with gloom.
Democracy is in retreat worldwide, with scholars identifying more than two dozen countries that have reverted to authoritarianism in this century. This book explores street art’s contributions to democracy in Latin America through five cities: Bogota, São Paulo, Valparaiso, Oaxaca and Havana.
Street artists behave as urban citizens who try to raise public awareness, nurture public debates and hold authorities mikemccarthycomedy.com: Palgrave Macmillan.
Nov 23, · Nicolás Maduro emulates Latin America’s bygone dictators from Democracy in America. find a range of carefully selected products for business and pleasure, Economist books and. This book brings together studies on democratic accountability in Latin America by authors from different theoretical perspectives.
It seeks to further understanding on the web of institutions that form the mechanisms of accountability, the interaction between these institutions, and interaction between electoral accountability, intrastate accountability, and societal oversight.
Latin America's quest for economic development and political democracy illustrates the clash of ideas between socialism and capitalism, free vs. controlled economies, representative government vs. authoritarian rule, and a quest for the proper mix of civilian and military control.
During the last fifteen years Latin American governments reformed their constitutions to recognize indigenous rights. The contributors to this book argue that these changes post fundamental challenges to accepted notions of democracy, citizenship and development in the region.
Using case studies. Latin American Political Culture: Public Opinion and Democracy presents a genuinely pan-Latin American examination of the region’s contemporary political culture. This is the only book to extensively investigate the attitudes and behaviors of Latin Americans based on the Latin American Public Opinion Project’s (LAPOP) AmericasBarometer surveys.
Latin America remains the third most-democratic region in the world according to the Democracy Index compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit. The past four decades have created a culture of.
Within his research agenda, Moncada is interested in understanding the political factors that shape the dynamics and consequences of urban violence and local democracy and development. His first book, Cities, Business and the Politics of Urban Violence in Latin America (Stanford University Press, ), analyzes and explains the ways in which.
Aug 27, · In the end, Latin America’s wild race to democracy has failed to overcome the region’s difficult history. The wounds left unattended—inequality, injustice, corruption, violence—are Author: Marie Arana.It is therefore important to understand what led democracy to emerge in some Latin American countries, but not others, at the beginning of the 20th century.
I spent the fall semester as a Visiting Fellow at the Kellogg Institute working on a book on the origins of democracy in the region.Dec 01, · During the s, Latin America experienced the longest and deepest wave of democratization in its history. The origins of this process of transformation are to be found in the interaction between domestic and international forces.
At the international level, the key events were the oil shocks of the s, the related expansion of international lending, and the subsequent debt crisis. Cited by: