Department of Political Studies
Center for Research & Teaching in Economics

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Book Chapters

6.   “(How) Do National Authoritarian Regimes Manage Conflictive Ethnically Diverse Populations?  Evidence from the Case of Mexico,” in Institutional Innovation and the Steering of Conflicts in Latin America, Jorge Gordin and Lucio Renno, eds. (Colchester, United Kingdom: ECPR Press, 2017).


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5.   “Reconsidering Electoral Contestation through Voter Mobilization,” in Conceptualising Comparative Politics, Tony Spanakos and Francisco Panizza, eds. (New York, New York, USA: Routledge, 2015).


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4.  “Subnational Authoritarian Enclaves and Their Impact on National Democratic Rule: Evidence from Mexico,” in Economy, Politics and Governance: Challenges for the 21st Century, Víctor M. González Sánchez, ed. (Hauppauge, New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers, 2015).


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3.  “Candidate Selection Mechaisms,” in Debatiendo la reforma política, Gabriel Negretto, ed. (Mexico City, Mexico: Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, 2010).


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2.  “Policymaking in Mexico: Under One-Party Hegemonic and Divided Government,” (with Fabrice Lehoucq, Gabriel Negretto, Francisco Javier Aparicio, Benito Nacif), in El juego político en América Latina: ¿Cómo se deciden las políticas públicas?, Ernesto Stein and Mariano Tommasi, eds. (Washington, D.C., USA: Inter-American Development Bank, 2010).


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1.  “Policymaking Under One-Party Hegemonic and Divided Government in Mexico,” (with Fabrice Lehoucq, Gabriel Negretto, Francisco Aparicio, Benito Nacif), Policymaking in LatinAmerica: How Politics Shape Policies, Ernesto Stein and Mariano Tommasi, eds. (Cambridge, Massachussets, USA: David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University/Inter-American Development Bank, 2008).


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