Mexico

Kellogg Institute Working Papers on Mexico

"Mining Water for the Revolution: Marte R. Gómez and the Business of Agrarian Reform in 'La Laguna,' Mexico, 1920s to 1960s"
Mikael Wolfe
(#371, July 2010)

Youth and Civic Engagement in the Americas–Preliminary Findings From a Three-City Study: Rio De Janeiro, Chicago, and Mexico City
Irene Rizzini, María de Los Angeles Torres, and Norma Alicia Del Río Lugo
(#357,
May 2009)


Political Catholicism in Revolutionary Mexico, 1900–1926
Robert Curley
(#349,
May 2008)

Tax Effort and Tax Potential of State Governments in Mexico: A Representative Tax System
Horacio Sobarzo
(#315,
October 2004)

Unemployment, Macroeconomic Policy and Labor Market Flexibility: Argentina and Mexico in the 1990s
Roberto Frenkel and Jaime Ros
(#309,
February 2004)

Policy Making Under Divided Government in Mexico
Benito Nacif-Hernández
(#305, March 2003)

Ámbito y Papel de los Especialistas en las Reformas en los Sistemas de Salud: Los Casos de Brasil y México
Raquel Abrantes Pêgo and Célia Almeida
(#299, September 2002)

Life without the King: Centralists, Federalists, and Constitutional Monarchists in the Making of the Spanish American Republics, 1808–1830
Iván Jaksic and Marcelo Leiras
(#255, May 1998)

OaxacaThe Politics of Economic Reform: Distributional Coalitions and Policy Change in Latin America
Hector E. Schamis
(#250, February 1998)

“Workshop on The Rule of Law and the Underprivileged in Latin America—A Rapporteurs’ Report”
Gina Bekker and Robert Patrick
(#246, January 1998)

A Classification of Latin American Political Parties
Michael Coppedge
(#244, November 1997)

Indigenous Politics and Democracy: Contesting Citizenship in Latin America
Deborah J. Yasher
(#238, March 1997)

Mexico’s Auto Industry after NAFTA: A Successful Experience in Restructuring?
Juan Carlos Moreno Brid
(#232, August 1996)

Economic Integra

Asian Economic Success and Latin American Failure in the 1980s: New Analyses and Future Policy Implications
Ajit Singh
(#204, March 1994)

Capitalists and Revolution
Rose J. Spalding
(#202, March 1994)

Mercados financieros y flujos de capital en México
Jaime Ros
(#201, December 1993)

Privatization: The Role of Domestic Business
Ernest Bartell, csc
(#198, June 1993)

The State, Markets, and Development: A Rapporteurs’ Report
Enrique Dussel Peters and Mathew A. Verghis
(#196, June 1993)

Contesting Authenticity: Battles over the Representation of History in Morelos, Mexico
JoAnn Martin
(#194, June 1993)

On the State, Democratization, and Some Conceptual Problems (A Latin American View with Glances at Some Post-Communist Countries)
Guillermo O’Donnell
(#192, April 1993)

From Trade Liberalization to Economic Integration: The Case of Mexico
Enrique Dussel Peters and Kwan S. Kim
(#187, January 1993)

Mexico’s Trade and Industrialization Experience since 1960: A Reconsideration of Past Policies and Assessment of Current Reforms
Jaime Ros
(#186, January 1993)

Business Elites and Democracy in Latin America: Reflections on the May 1991 Kellogg Institute Conference
Juan J. López
(#185, December 1992)

Mexican Business and the State: The Political Economy of a ‘Muddled’ Transition
Blanca Heredia
(#182, October 1992)

Industrial Organization and Comparative Advantage in Mexico’s Manufacturing Trade
Jaime Ros
(#155, March 1991)

El fondo de la forma: Actos públicos de la campaña presidencial del Partido Revolucionario Institucional, México, 1988
Larissa Adler Lomnitz, Claudio Lomnitz-Adler, and Ilya Adler
(#135, March 1990)

Industrialization Process, Employment, and Income Distribution in Mexico: Issues and Strategies
Kwan S. Kim
(#131, January 1990)

Food Security Trends and Prospects in Latin America
Solon Barraclough and Peter Utting
(#99, August 1987)

The Political Economy of Latin American Development: Seven Exercises in Retrospection
Albert O. Hirschman
(#88, December 1986)

“Humanitarianism and Politics in Central America”
Gil Loescher
(#86, November 1986)

“Mexico: The Debt Crisis and Options for Development Strategy”
Kwan S. Kim
(#82, September 1986)

“The Mexican Charrazo of 1948: Latin American Labor from World War to Cold War”
Ian Roxborough
(#77, August 1986)

“Rural Women and Migration in Latin America: Research Review and Agenda”
Maria de los Angeles Crummett
(#71, June 1986)

“Industrialization in Mexico: Issues and Strategies”
Kwan S. Kim
(#67, March 1986)

“Rural Class Structure in Mexico: New Developments, New Perspectives”
María de los Angeles Crummett
(#41, May 1985)

“Industrial Development in Mexico: Problems, Policy Issues and Perspectives”
Kwan S. Kim
(#13, March 1984)