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A Comparative Analysis of Associations of Governors in Argentina and Mexico
Unformatted Document Text:  28 Garman, Christopher, Stephan Haggard, and Eliza Willis. 2001. "Fiscal Decentalization: A Political Theory with Latin American Cases." World Politics 53: 205-236. Gibson, Edward L. ed. 2004. Federalism and Democracy in Latin America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Gibson, Edward and Ernesto Calvo. 2000. “Federalism and Low-maintenance constituencies: Territorial dimensions of economic reforms in Argentina” in Studies in Comparative International Development 35:3 Fall. Gibson, Edward and Tulia Falleti. 2004 “Unity by the Stick: Regional Conflict and the Origins of Argentine Federalism” in Edward Gibson ed. Federalism and Democracy in Latin America. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press. Gibson, Edward and Julieta Suarez-Cao. 2007. Competition and Power in Federalized Party Systems. Working Paper #1, Program in Comparative-Historical Social Science (CHSS), Northwestern University. Gordin, Jorge. 2006 “The Politics of Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in Argentina” Institu Barcelona D’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) Working Papers Series 2006/2. Barcelona, June. Greene, William H. 2001. "Fixed and Random Effects in Nonlinear Models." Department of Economics, Stern School of Business New York University. Typescript. Hernandez-Rodriguez, Rogelio. 2003. “The renovation of Old Institutions: State Governors and the Political Transition in Mexico.” Latin American Politics and Society 45 (4): 97-127. INAFED (National Institute of Federalism and Municipal Development). 2003. "National Database of Municipal Information, SNIM." Mexico: INAFED. INEGI (National Institute of Statistics and Geography). 2003. Finanzas Publicas Estatales y Municipales [Public Finance at the State and Municipal Levels]. Mexico: INEGI. Jones, Mark, et al. 2002. “Amateur Legislators-Professional Politicians: The Consequences of Party-Centered Electoral Rules in a Federal System.” American Journal of Political Science 46(3): 656-669. Jones, Mark and Wonjoe Hwang. 2005 “Provincial Party Bosses: Keystone of the Argentine Congress” in Victoria Murillo and Steve Levitsky (Eds) The Politics of Institutional Weakness. Argentine Democracy. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania University Press. Langston, Joy. 2003. “Rising From the Ashes? Reorganizing the PRI’s State Party Organizations after Electoral Defeat.” Comparative Political Studies 36(3): 293-318. Langston, Joy. 2006. ''The Changing PRI: Decentralization and Legislative Recruitment.'' Party Politics 12(2): 395-413.

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Garman, Christopher, Stephan Haggard, and Eliza Willis. 2001. "Fiscal Decentalization: A Political
Theory with Latin American Cases." World Politics 53: 205-236.

Gibson, Edward L. ed. 2004. Federalism and Democracy in Latin America. Baltimore: Johns
Hopkins University Press.

Gibson, Edward and Ernesto Calvo. 2000. “Federalism and Low-maintenance constituencies:
Territorial dimensions of economic reforms in Argentina” in Studies in Comparative
International Development 35:3 Fall.

Gibson, Edward and Tulia Falleti. 2004 “Unity by the Stick: Regional Conflict and the Origins of
Argentine Federalism” in Edward Gibson ed. Federalism and Democracy in Latin America.
Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Gibson, Edward and Julieta Suarez-Cao. 2007. Competition and Power in Federalized Party
Systems. Working Paper #1, Program in Comparative-Historical Social Science (CHSS),
Northwestern University.

Gordin, Jorge. 2006 “The Politics of Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations in Argentina” Institu
Barcelona D’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) Working Papers Series 2006/2. Barcelona, June.

Greene, William H. 2001. "Fixed and Random Effects in Nonlinear Models." Department of
Economics, Stern School of Business New York University. Typescript.

Hernandez-Rodriguez, Rogelio. 2003. “The renovation of Old Institutions: State Governors and the
Political Transition in Mexico.” Latin American Politics and Society 45 (4): 97-127.

INAFED (National Institute of Federalism and Municipal Development). 2003. "National Database
of Municipal Information, SNIM." Mexico: INAFED.

INEGI (National Institute of Statistics and Geography). 2003. Finanzas Publicas Estatales y
Municipales [Public Finance at the State and Municipal Levels]. Mexico: INEGI.

Jones, Mark, et al. 2002. “Amateur Legislators-Professional Politicians: The Consequences of
Party-Centered Electoral Rules in a Federal System.” American Journal of Political Science
46(3): 656-669.

Jones, Mark and Wonjoe Hwang. 2005 “Provincial Party Bosses: Keystone of the Argentine
Congress” in Victoria Murillo and Steve Levitsky (Eds) The Politics of Institutional Weakness.
Argentine Democracy. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania University Press.

Langston, Joy. 2003. “Rising From the Ashes? Reorganizing the PRI’s State Party Organizations
after Electoral Defeat.” Comparative Political Studies 36(3): 293-318.

Langston, Joy. 2006. ''The Changing PRI: Decentralization and Legislative Recruitment.'' Party
Politics 12(2): 395-413.


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