Markets and Democracy in Latin America


Explores the interaction between markets and democracy in Latin America in relationship to broader theoretical and substantive debates in the field of comparative politics. Addresses competing theoretical perspectives on the interaction between markets and democratic institutions; focuses upon issues of regime change and consolidation with emphasis on the political economy of democratic transitions and institutional change; and examines the politics of market-oriented reform in the new international context of regional development with emphasis on policy formation in Latin America.
Curriculum Codes
  • CCI
  • R
  • SS
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