Journal of Politics in Latin America, Vol 1, No 1 (2009)
This issue explores political dynamics in South and Central America. It opens with an assessment of the link between democratization and regime stability in Latin America and continues with a discussion on exogenous drivers of change in Latin American political institutions. It also examines inter-party dynamics in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies between 1989 and 2007, explores the determinants of voter turnout in the world’s largest electorate subject to mandatory voting - Brazil - and assesses the capacity of Latin American political parties to adapt to changing environments.
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Adam Przeworski, Kurt Weyland, Mark P Jones, Wonjae Hwang, Juan Pablo Micozzi, Timothy J Power, Laura Wills-Otero