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Downloads and abstract views 2015
Month Abstract views Article downloads
January 934 1494
February 1148 1560
March 1308 2589
April 1703 2625
May 1216 1991
June 993 1499
July 766 1397
August 1081 1760
September 970 1804
October 1222 2161
November 1254 2007
December 1357 2279
1289 1308
Download top 10 - December 2015
Article Downloads Views
Regulatory Agencies and Courts in the South: The Overlaps in Colombian Water Regulation 153 12
Contentious Engagement: Understanding Protest Participation in Latin American Democracies 141 70
Democracy and Student Discontent: Chilean Student Protest in the Post-Pinochet Era 108 84
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 86 75
The Legalization of Dispute Resolution in Mercosur 63 13
Preferences on Redistribution in Fragmented Labor Markets in Latin America and the Caribbean 60 22
Measuring Institutional Trust: Evidence from Guyana 60 28
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 57 31
The Fates of Presidents in Post-Transition Latin America: From Democratic Breakdown to Impeachment to Presidential Breakdown 52 11
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 49 22
Download top 10 - November 2015
Article Downloads Views
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 144 140
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 123 79
Regulatory Agencies and Courts in the South: The Overlaps in Colombian Water Regulation 80 35
Civil–Military Relations in Brazil: A Reassessment 62 39
Presidential Elections and Corruption Perceptions in Latin America 61 15
Social Policy Commitment in South America. The Effect of Organized Labor on Social Spending from 1980 to 2010 61 21
Party Systems in Latin America after the Third Wave: A Critical Re-assessment 57 14
Low-Level Corruption Tolerance: An “Action-Based” Approach for Peru and Latin America 55 21
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 51 13
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 41 28
Download top 10 - October 2015
Article Downloads Views
Low-Level Corruption Tolerance: An “Action-Based” Approach for Peru and Latin America 157 23
News Media Consumption and Political Behavior in Latin America 117 29
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 106 104
NGOs, International Donors, and the Postmaterial Disjuncture in Latin America 84 19
Social Policy Commitment in South America. The Effect of Organized Labor on Social Spending from 1980 to 2010 81 37
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 63 33
Political Corruption and Partisan Engagement: Evidence from Brazil 59 25
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 54 49
The Mechanics of Regime Instability in Latin America 51 27
Corruption in Latin America: Understanding the Perception–Exposure Gap 48 20
Download top 10 - September 2015
Article Downloads Views
Surviving Corruption in Brazil: Lula’s and Dilma’s Success Despite Corruption Allegations, and Its Consequences 208 9
Social Policy Commitment in South America. The Effect of Organized Labor on Social Spending from 1980 to 2010 96 39
Low-Level Corruption Tolerance: An “Action-Based” Approach for Peru and Latin America 70 23
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 65 63
News Media Consumption and Political Behavior in Latin America 60 29
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 56 19
How Sustainable is Democratic Innovation? Tracking Neighborhood Councils in Montevideo 54 23
NGOs, International Donors, and the Postmaterial Disjuncture in Latin America 52 31
Tall, Grande, or Venti: Presidential Powers in the United States and Latin America 50 35
Party Systems in Latin America after the Third Wave: A Critical Re-assessment 46 16
Download top 10 - August 2015
Article Downloads Views
Surviving Corruption in Brazil: Lula’s and Dilma’s Success Despite Corruption Allegations, and Its Consequences 87 8
Partisan Protesters and Nonpartisan Protests in Brazil 80 28
News Media Consumption and Political Behavior in Latin America 58 0
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 53 35
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 49 18
The Evolution of Theories about the Brazilian Multiparty Presidential System 44 15
Rethinking Democratic Governance: State Building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa’s Ecuador 44 26
Presidential Elections and Corruption Perceptions in Latin America 43 19
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 43 4
NGOs, International Donors, and the Postmaterial Disjuncture in Latin America 41 0
Download top 10 - July 2015
Article Downloads Views
Partisan Protesters and Nonpartisan Protests in Brazil 89 17
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 56 25
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 53 13
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 45 9
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 43 31
The Fates of Presidents in Post-Transition Latin America: From Democratic Breakdown to Impeachment to Presidential Breakdown 38 7
Great Promise, but Poor Performance: Understanding the Collapse of Venezuela’s Causa Radical 38 12
Rethinking Democratic Governance: State Building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa’s Ecuador 34 10
Contracting, Contesting, and Co-Optation: Civil Society Organizations’ Strategies under New Institutional Arrangements in Brazil 32 17
Politics of the Periphery: An Introduction to Subnational Authoritarianism and Democratization in Latin America 31 10
Download top 10 - June 2015
Article Downloads Views
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 67 7
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 61 71
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 45 8
The Evolution of Theories about the Brazilian Multiparty Presidential System 44 13
Let’s Blame Everyone: Executive and Legislative Evaluations of Economic Performance in Brazil and Chile 41 6
Rethinking Democratic Governance: State Building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa’s Ecuador 40 23
Presidential Elections and Corruption Perceptions in Latin America 39 16
“Today There Are No Indigenous People” in Chile?: Connecting the Mapuche Struggle to Anti-Neoliberal Mobilizations in South America 37 17
Political Corruption and Partisan Engagement: Evidence from Brazil 37 29
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 37 9
Download top 10 - May 2015
Article Downloads Views
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 89 46
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 83 21
Let’s Blame Everyone: Executive and Legislative Evaluations of Economic Performance in Brazil and Chile 80 6
Rethinking Democratic Governance: State Building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa’s Ecuador 65 29
The Evolution of Theories about the Brazilian Multiparty Presidential System 60 15
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 55 8
Contracting, Contesting, and Co-Optation: Civil Society Organizations’ Strategies under New Institutional Arrangements in Brazil 53 29
Political Corruption and Partisan Engagement: Evidence from Brazil 50 21
Lulismo, Petismo, and the Future of Brazilian Politics 48 12
Presidential Elections and Corruption Perceptions in Latin America 47 22
Download top 10 - April 2015
Article Downloads Views
Presidential Elections and Corruption Perceptions in Latin America 295 41
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 203 32
Regulatory Agencies and Courts in the South: The Overlaps in Colombian Water Regulation 115 27
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 106 100
Rethinking Democratic Governance: State Building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa’s Ecuador 106 49
The Evolution of Theories about the Brazilian Multiparty Presidential System 94 42
Contracting, Contesting, and Co-Optation: Civil Society Organizations’ Strategies under New Institutional Arrangements in Brazil 93 44
Political Corruption and Partisan Engagement: Evidence from Brazil 81 40
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 79 42
The Mechanics of Regime Instability in Latin America 48 19
Download top 10 - March 2015
Article Downloads Views
The Ideological “Coherence” of the Brazilian Party System, 1990-2009 475 7
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 128 98
The Media Politics of Latin America’s Leftist Governments 102 12
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 101 50
Surviving Corruption in Brazil: Lula’s and Dilma’s Success Despite Corruption Allegations, and Its Consequences 77 24
The Evolution of Theories about the Brazilian Multiparty Presidential System 67 14
Lula’s Brazil and Beyond: An Introduction 64 22
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 60 19
The Mechanics of Regime Instability in Latin America 59 14
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 49 26
Download top 10 - February 2015
Article Downloads Views
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 87 70
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 61 31
Lulismo, Petismo, and the Future of Brazilian Politics 58 36
Surviving Corruption in Brazil: Lula’s and Dilma’s Success Despite Corruption Allegations, and Its Consequences 52 28
The Mechanics of Regime Instability in Latin America 48 15
The Fates of Presidents in Post-Transition Latin America: From Democratic Breakdown to Impeachment to Presidential Breakdown 44 6
Lula’s Brazil and Beyond: An Introduction 39 12
“Today There Are No Indigenous People” in Chile?: Connecting the Mapuche Struggle to Anti-Neoliberal Mobilizations in South America 37 9
Bullets and Votes: Violence and Electoral Participation in Mexico 37 27
Making Citizens: Brazilian Social Policy from Getúlio to Lula 34 21
Download top 10 - January 2015
Article Downloads Views
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 96 65
Lula’s Brazil and Beyond: An Introduction 66 19
Surviving Corruption in Brazil: Lula’s and Dilma’s Success Despite Corruption Allegations, and Its Consequences 64 50
Making Citizens: Brazilian Social Policy from Getúlio to Lula 57 37
The Participation of Civil Society in Lula’s Government 56 16
Tall, Grande, or Venti: Presidential Powers in the United States and Latin America 51 91
Michelle Bachelet’s Government: The Paradoxes of a Chilean President 49 16
Lulismo, Petismo, and the Future of Brazilian Politics 47 18
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 45 16
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 40 9


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