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Downloads and abstract views 2013
Month Abstract views Article downloads
January 750 1124
February 1588 2324
March 1618 2211
April 930 1860
May 1008 1682
June 575 628
July 463 721
August 1008 1776
September 891 1515
October 1297 1621
November 777 1541
December 902 1729
Download top 10 - December 2013
Article Downloads Views
Regulatory Agencies and Courts in the South: The Overlaps in Colombian Water Regulation 252 28
The Legalization of Dispute Resolution in Mercosur 155 34
Knowing Left From Right: Ideological Identification in Brazil, 2002-2006 126 3
Demise and Resurrection of a Dominant Party: Understanding the PRI’s Comeback in Mexico 90 20
Pursuing Centralization amidst Decentralization: The Politics of Brazil’s Innovative Response to HIV/AIDS 80 13
Tall, Grande, or Venti: Presidential Powers in the United States and Latin America 76 42
“Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Explaining Political Ambition by Electoral Success in Brazil 73 25
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 54 7
How Argentine Farmers Overpowered Monsanto: The Mobilization of Knowledge-users and Intellectual Property Regimes 51 46
Ethnic Identity, Informal Institutions, and the Failure to Elect Women in Indigenous Southern Mexico 45 17
Download top 10 - November 2013
Article Downloads Views
Regulatory Agencies and Courts in the South: The Overlaps in Colombian Water Regulation 549 35
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 88 19
Knowing Left From Right: Ideological Identification in Brazil, 2002-2006 73 4
Tall, Grande, or Venti: Presidential Powers in the United States and Latin America 52 18
Latin American Political Outsiders, Revisited: The Case of Marco Enríquez-Ominami in Chile, 2009 45 17
The Mechanics of Regime Instability in Latin America 39 16
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 37 31
Electoral Reform, Regional Cleavages, and Party System Stability in Bolivia 32 27
The Judicialization of (Separation of Powers) Politics: Lessons from Chile 29 21
Political Parties and Government Coalitions in the Americas 28 8
Download top 10 - October 2013
Article Downloads Views
Regulatory Agencies and Courts in the South: The Overlaps in Colombian Water Regulation 339 38
Party Systems in Latin America after the Third Wave: A Critical Re-assessment 159 30
Tall, Grande, or Venti: Presidential Powers in the United States and Latin America 81 43
Democracy Against Parties? Party System Deinstitutionalization in Colombia 77 51
The Mechanics of Regime Instability in Latin America 72 8
Institutional Change in Latin America: External Models and their Unintended Consequences 72 17
Latin American Political Outsiders, Revisited: The Case of Marco Enríquez-Ominami in Chile, 2009 55 17
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 55 21
Neo-Patrimonialism and Subnational Authoritarianism in Mexico. The Case of Oaxaca 51 30
Considering Local Democratic Transition in Latin America 47 47
Download top 10 - September 2013
Article Downloads Views
Regulatory Agencies and Courts in the South: The Overlaps in Colombian Water Regulation 332 48
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 130 35
Tall, Grande, or Venti: Presidential Powers in the United States and Latin America 85 40
Latin American Political Outsiders, Revisited: The Case of Marco Enríquez-Ominami in Chile, 2009 62 45
Demos-Constraining or Demos-Enabling Federalism? Political Institutions and Policy Change in Brazil 56 27
Institutional Change in Latin America: External Models and their Unintended Consequences 48 17
The Ideological “Coherence” of the Brazilian Party System, 1990-2009 43 25
The Mechanics of Regime Instability in Latin America 42 19
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 40 17
The Determinants of Arms Spending in South America 38 26
Download top 10 - August 2013
Article Downloads Views
Regulatory Agencies and Courts in the South: The Overlaps in Colombian Water Regulation 480 54
Latin American Political Outsiders, Revisited: The Case of Marco Enríquez-Ominami in Chile, 2009 159 206
Tall, Grande, or Venti: Presidential Powers in the United States and Latin America 147 47
The Determinants of Arms Spending in South America 84 48
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 65 25
Demos-Constraining or Demos-Enabling Federalism? Political Institutions and Policy Change in Brazil 58 26
The Mechanics of Regime Instability in Latin America 34 11
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 29 21
Does Women’s Presence Change Legislative Behavior? Evidence from Argentina, 1983–2007 28 13
Institutional Change in Latin America: External Models and their Unintended Consequences 27 8
Download top 10 - July 2013
Article Downloads Views
Latin American Legislative Politics: A Survey of Peer-Reviewed Publications in English 37 20
Introduction. New Directions in Legislative Politics 37 29
Government and Opposition in the Argentine Congress, 1989-2007: Understanding Inter-Party Dynamics through Roll Call Vote Analysis 36 9
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 33 9
Does Women’s Presence Change Legislative Behavior? Evidence from Argentina, 1983–2007 31 20
Corruption in Latin America: Understanding the Perception–Exposure Gap 28 14
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 26 11
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 25 1
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 24 8
Cabinets and Legislative Cartels in Uruguay: Examining the Legislative Consequences of Government Formation 22 5
Download top 10 - June 2013
Article Downloads Views
Latin American Legislative Politics: A Survey of Peer-Reviewed Publications in English 46 55
Democracy Against Parties? Party System Deinstitutionalization in Colombia 33 58
Item Vetoes and Attempts to Override Them in Multiparty Legislatures 32 15
Introduction. New Directions in Legislative Politics 31 35
Malapportionment and Geographical Bases of Electoral Support in the Brazilian Senate 30 39
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 29 21
Does Women’s Presence Change Legislative Behavior? Evidence from Argentina, 1983–2007 27 15
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 25 18
Cabinets and Legislative Cartels in Uruguay: Examining the Legislative Consequences of Government Formation 23 11
Electoral Reform, Regional Cleavages, and Party System Stability in Bolivia 18 8
Download top 10 - May 2013
Article Downloads Views
Does Women’s Presence Change Legislative Behavior? Evidence from Argentina, 1983–2007 133 36
Introduction. New Directions in Legislative Politics 122 56
Latin American Legislative Politics: A Survey of Peer-Reviewed Publications in English 117 35
Malapportionment and Geographical Bases of Electoral Support in the Brazilian Senate 101 33
Cabinets and Legislative Cartels in Uruguay: Examining the Legislative Consequences of Government Formation 79 25
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 78 40
Corruption in Latin America: Understanding the Perception–Exposure Gap 57 21
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 57 26
Item Vetoes and Attempts to Override Them in Multiparty Legislatures 52 29
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 48 34
Download top 10 - April 2013
Article Downloads Views
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 133 39
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 104 44
Destroying the Opposition’s Livelihood: Pathways to Violence in Bolivia since 2000 98 30
Corruption in Latin America: Understanding the Perception–Exposure Gap 84 35
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 62 5
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 61 21
Delegation, Presidential Regimes, and Latin American Regulatory Agencies 59 9
Michelle Bachelet’s Government: The Paradoxes of a Chilean President 57 32
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 53 9
The Mechanics of Regime Instability in Latin America 43 11
Download top 10 - March 2013
Article Downloads Views
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 96 52
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 79 20
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 76 30
Destroying the Opposition’s Livelihood: Pathways to Violence in Bolivia since 2000 71 34
Delegation, Presidential Regimes, and Latin American Regulatory Agencies 66 34
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 65 51
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 60 40
Bullets and Votes: Violence and Electoral Participation in Mexico 55 16
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 51 29
From Party Systems to Party Organizations: The Adaptation of Latin American Parties to Changing Environments 49 31
Download top 10 - February 2013
Article Downloads Views
Making Sense of an Unstable Legislature: Committee Assignments in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies, 1946–2001 233 10
Corruption in Latin America: Understanding the Perception–Exposure Gap 195 76
Destroying the Opposition’s Livelihood: Pathways to Violence in Bolivia since 2000 170 66
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 156 125
Michelle Bachelet’s Government: The Paradoxes of a Chilean President 83 48
Too Undisciplined to Legislate? Party Unity and Policy-making in Brazil 77 39
Political Appointments and Coalition Management in Brazil, 2007-2010 65 39
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 61 32
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 60 34
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 52 8
Download top 10 - January 2013
Article Downloads Views
Michelle Bachelet’s Government: The Paradoxes of a Chilean President 68 16
Destroying the Opposition’s Livelihood: Pathways to Violence in Bolivia since 2000 45 28
The New Federalism of Mexico’s Party System 45 30
Failed Presidencies: Identifying and Explaining a South American Anomaly 44 4
Delegation, Presidential Regimes, and Latin American Regulatory Agencies 44 12
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 41 23
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 37 26
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 37 3
Corruption in Latin America: Understanding the Perception–Exposure Gap 35 47
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 35 12


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