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Market, state, and society in contemporary Latin America

Author: William C Smith; Maria Laura Gómez Mera
Publisher: Chichester ; Malden, MA : Wiley-Blackwell, ©2010.
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This work demonstrates the crucial role of differing configurations of domestic actors, interests and institutions in mediating the effects of globalization on welfare regimes, labor politics, and popular contestation.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William C Smith; Maria Laura Gómez Mera
ISBN: 9781444335255 1444335251
OCLC Number: 471799145
Description: xi, 367 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. State, Market and Society in Contemporary Latin AmericanPolitical Economy (William C. Smith and Laura Gomez-Mera). <p>2. Revolution or Contribution? Rational Choice Approaches in theStudy of Latin American Politics (Evelyne Huber and MichelleDion). <p>3. Toward a Critique of Latin American Neostructuralism(Fernando Ignacio Leiva). <p>4. 'We Have A Consensus': Explaining Political Support forMarket Reforms in Latin America (Leslie Elliot Armijo and PhillippeFaucher). <p>5. The World Bank and Policy Reform in Mexico and Argentina(Judith Teichman). <p>6. Constructing Reform Coalitions: The Politics of Compensationsin Argentina's Economic Liberalization (SebastianEtchemendy). <p>7. The Repoliticization of Collective Action After Neoliberalismin Peru (Moises Arce). <p>8. Globalization and Pension Reform in Latin America (Sarah M.Brooks). <p>9. Ideas, Economic Pressures, and Pension Privatization(Raul L. Madrid). <p>10. Meeting the Challenges of Industrial Restructuring: LaborReform and Enforcement in Latin America (Mark Anner). <p>11. Welfare Regimes in Latin America: Capturing Constellationsof Markets, Families, and Policies (Juliana MartinezFranzoni). <p>12. Elections and Economic Turbulence in Brazil: Candidates,Voters, and Investors (Anthony P. Spanakos and Lucio R.Renno). <p>13. Institutional Weakness and the Puzzle of Argentina's LowTaxation (Marcus Andre Melo). <p>14. U.S. Power and the Politics of Economic Governance in theAmericas (Nicola Phillips). <p>15. Networks of Trade Protest in the Americas: Toward a NewLabor Internationalism? (Marisa von Bulow). <p>Fading Green? Environmental Politics in the Mercosur Free TradeAgreement (Kathryn Hochstetler).
Responsibility: edited by William C. Smith and Laura Ǵomez-Mera.
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