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A Comparative Analysis of Associations of Governors in Argentina and Mexico
Unformatted Document Text:  26 References Ames, Barry. 2002. "Party Discipline in the Chamber of Deputies." In Legislative Politics in Latin America, edited by Scott Morgenstern and Benito Nacif. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press. Anonymous Interviewee A. 2006. Interview by author, 26 January, Mexicali, Baja California. Anonymous Interviewee B. 2002. Interview by author, 12 November, Puebla City, Puebla. Arisó, Guillermo and Gabriel Jacobo. 2002. El Golpe S.A. Grupo Editorial Norma. Buenos Aires. Arteaga-Nava, Elisur. 1995. "Las Nuevas Facultades de la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nacion [The New Powers of the Supreme Court of Justice]." In Reformas Al Poder Judicial [Reforming the Judicial Power], edited by Mario Melgar-Adalid. Mexico: UNAM. Beer, Caroline C. 2003. Electoral Competition and Institutional Change in Mexico. Notre Dame: Notre Dame IN: University of Notre Dame Press. Benton, Allyson. 2007 “What makes strong federalism seem weak? Fiscal resources and Presidential-Provincial relations in Argentina” article manuscript. Bonasso, Miguel. 2003 El Palacio y la calle. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Editorial Planeta Cabrero, Enrique, Laura Flamand, Claudia Santizo y Alejandro Vega. 1998. "Claroscuros del Nuevo Federalismo Mexicano. Estrategias en la Descentralización Federal y Capacidades en la Gestión Local." Gestión y Política Pública 6 (2): 329-387. Calvo, Ernesto and Victoria Murillo. 2005 “The new Iron Law of Argentine Politics? Partisanship, Clientelism and Governability in Contemporary Argentina” in Victoria Murillo and Steve Levitsky (Eds) The Politics of Institutional Weakness. Argentine Democracy. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania University Press. Cammisa, Anne Marie. 1995. Governments as Interest Groups: Intergovernmental Lobbying and the Federal System. Westport CO: Praeger. CESEM (Centro de Estudios Municipales Heriberto Jara). n.a. Asociaciones de Gobiernos Locales (Antología). Mexico: CESEM. Cetrángolo, Oscar and Juan Pablo Jiménez. 2004 “Las relaciones entre niveles de gobierno en Argentina. Raíces históricas, instituciones y conflictos persistentes” Serie Gestión Pública No 47, ILPES-CEPAL, Santiago de Chile. Chen, Paul. 2003. “The Institutional Sources of State Success in Federalism Litigation before the Supreme Court.” Law & Policy 25(4): 455-472.

Authors: Flamand, Laura. and Juan, Olmeda.
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References

Ames, Barry. 2002. "Party Discipline in the Chamber of Deputies." In Legislative Politics in Latin
America, edited by Scott Morgenstern and Benito Nacif. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University
Press.

Anonymous Interviewee A. 2006. Interview by author, 26 January, Mexicali, Baja California.

Anonymous Interviewee B. 2002. Interview by author, 12 November, Puebla City, Puebla.

Arisó, Guillermo and Gabriel Jacobo. 2002. El Golpe S.A. Grupo Editorial Norma. Buenos Aires.

Arteaga-Nava, Elisur. 1995. "Las Nuevas Facultades de la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nacion
[The New Powers of the Supreme Court of Justice]." In Reformas Al Poder Judicial [Reforming
the Judicial Power], edited by Mario Melgar-Adalid. Mexico: UNAM.

Beer, Caroline C. 2003. Electoral Competition and Institutional Change in Mexico. Notre Dame:
Notre Dame IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

Benton, Allyson. 2007 “What makes strong federalism seem weak? Fiscal resources and
Presidential-Provincial relations in Argentina” article manuscript.

Bonasso, Miguel. 2003 El Palacio y la calle. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Editorial Planeta

Cabrero, Enrique, Laura Flamand, Claudia Santizo y Alejandro Vega. 1998. "Claroscuros del Nuevo
Federalismo Mexicano. Estrategias en la Descentralización Federal y Capacidades en la
Gestión Local." Gestión y Política Pública 6 (2): 329-387.

Calvo, Ernesto and Victoria Murillo. 2005 “The new Iron Law of Argentine Politics? Partisanship,
Clientelism and Governability in Contemporary Argentina” in Victoria Murillo and Steve
Levitsky (Eds) The Politics of Institutional Weakness. Argentine Democracy. University Park,
Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania University Press.

Cammisa, Anne Marie. 1995. Governments as Interest Groups: Intergovernmental Lobbying and
the Federal System. Westport CO: Praeger.

CESEM (Centro de Estudios Municipales Heriberto Jara). n.a. Asociaciones de Gobiernos Locales
(Antología). Mexico: CESEM.

Cetrángolo, Oscar and Juan Pablo Jiménez. 2004 “Las relaciones entre niveles de gobierno en
Argentina. Raíces históricas, instituciones y conflictos persistentes” Serie Gestión Pública No
47, ILPES-CEPAL, Santiago de Chile.

Chen, Paul. 2003. “The Institutional Sources of State Success in Federalism Litigation before the
Supreme Court.” Law & Policy 25(4): 455-472.


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