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El presidencialismo argentino: de la crisis a la recomposición del poder (2003-2007)
RESUMEN: El trabajo analiza el proceso politico mediante el cual la presidencia de Nestor Kirchner (2003-2007) cambio la debilidad electoral y fragmentacion partidaria por una fuerte concentracionExpand
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When Do the Wealthy Support Redistribution? Inequality Aversion in Buenos Aires
When do the wealthy support redistribution? Political economy theories produce conflicting expectations about the relationship between income and support for redistribution. Arguments based onExpand
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The Logic of Aggregation : Party Change and Legislative Coalitions in Argentina ( 1983-2008 )
Over the last decade, Presidents in Argentina have formed large (oversized) legislative coalitions. From 1984 to 1995 legislative coalitions were made up an average of 105 deputies, yet from 1996 toExpand
Distributive Politics in Three-Level Systems: Evidence from a Large Land-Titling Program
Central governments often favor their elected district allies in distributive politics. But what happens when there are more than two relevant levels of government – e.g., a central government, theExpand
How Mayors Hurt Their Presidential Ticket: Party Brands and Incumbency Spillovers in Brazil
Much of the literature in distributive politics suggests that parties are advantaged nationally when they control office at the local level. But is this invariably true? Whatever advantage controlExpand
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