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New Journal of Politics in Latin America 2/2021

The current issue of the Journal of Politics in Latin America contains analyses on topics such as Ecuador's policy change in the long run, municipal councillors’ opinions in El Salvador, and constitutions and gender equality in Chile and Argentina.

  • Journal of Politics in Latin America Vol. 13, No. 2 (2021)

    Research Articles

    • Raúl Aldaz Peña: Oiling Congress: Windfall Revenues, Institutions, and Policy Change in the Long Run Abstract | PDF

    • André Borges: The Illusion of Electoral Stability: From Party System Erosion to Right-Wing Populism in Brazil Abstract | PDF

    • Abby Córdova, Annabella España-Nájera: Do Multi-Party Municipal Councils Improve Local Governance? Municipal Councillors’ Opinions in El Salvador Abstract | PDF

    • Priscilla Lambert, Druscilla Scribner: Constitutions and Gender Equality in Chile and Argentina Abstract | PDF

    • Rogerio Schlegel, Daniel Arias Vazquez: Coercion in Disguise? A Reassessment of Brazilian Education and Health Reforms Abstract | PDF

    Research Note

    • Kevin Pallister: Digital Caudillos: The Use of Social Media in Guatemalan Presidential Campaigns Abstract | PDF

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    The GIGA Journal Family is published by SAGE Publishing, maintaining the "platinum standard" of the open access model. Excellent contributions by researchers from all over the world are featured in the four journals. To ensure the journals' quality, all essays are evaluated in a double-blind peer-review process.

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