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Downloads and abstract views 2017
Month Abstract views Article downloads
January 2786 2544
February 2173 2396
March 2170 3006
April 2168 2726
May 2128 3560
June 769 2438
July 840 1747
August 1891 2532
September 1278 2387
October 1122 2426
November 1764 2961
December 1344 2098
Download top 10 - December 2017
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Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 262 3
Armed Forces, Police and Crime-fighting in Latin America 205 189
With a Little Help from the Opposition? Relaxing Term Limits in the Argentine Provinces, 1983–2017 126 40
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 75 17
Private Security and Paramilitarism in Colombia: Governing in the Midst of Violence 73 46
Classifying Ecuador’s Regime under Correa: A Procedural Approach 65 41
Legislative Coalition Size and Antigovernment Protests in Latin America 61 40
Delegation, Presidential Regimes, and Latin American Regulatory Agencies 35 7
Democracy and Student Discontent: Chilean Student Protest in the Post-Pinochet Era 34 28
The Effects of Gubernatorial Influence and Political Careerism on Senatorial Voting Behavior: The Argentine Case 33 3
Download top 10 - November 2017
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Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 424 9
Realism under Hegemony: Theorizing the Rise of Brazil 82 41
Democracy and Student Discontent: Chilean Student Protest in the Post-Pinochet Era 71 38
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 70 38
Introduction. Challenges to Political Representation in Contemporary Chile 57 24
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 55 25
Political Parties and Government Coalitions in the Americas 53 6
Party Systems in Latin America after the Third Wave: A Critical Re-assessment 52 13
(Re)Politicizing Inequalities: Movements, Parties, and Social Citizenship in Chile 51 14
Vote Buying with Illegal Resources: Manifestation of a Weak Rule of Law in Mexico 49 15
Download top 10 - October 2017
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Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 173 4
The Limits of Material Benefits: Remittances and Pro-Americanism in Mexico 72 43
The Legacy of Dictatorship for Democratic Parties in Latin America 66 22
Realism under Hegemony: Theorizing the Rise of Brazil 63 34
Unusual Bedfellows? PRI–PVEM Electoral Alliances in Mexican Legislative Elections 61 26
Tall, Grande, or Venti: Presidential Powers in the United States and Latin America 59 3
The Hegemony of Representation: Democracy and Indigenous Self-government in Bolivia 55 52
Political Parties and Government Coalitions in the Americas 54 1
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 54 30
Civil–Military Relations in Brazil: A Reassessment 54 30
Download top 10 - September 2017
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Tall, Grande, or Venti: Presidential Powers in the United States and Latin America 110 5
The Limits of Material Benefits: Remittances and Pro-Americanism in Mexico 72 154
The New Federalism of Mexico’s Party System 60 11
How Sustainable is Democratic Innovation? Tracking Neighborhood Councils in Montevideo 60 4
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 58 27
Realism under Hegemony: Theorizing the Rise of Brazil 57 11
Introduction. Challenges to Political Representation in Contemporary Chile 57 17
The Legacy of Dictatorship for Democratic Parties in Latin America 52 17
The Hegemony of Representation: Democracy and Indigenous Self-government in Bolivia 52 38
From Top To Bottom (and Back To The Top Again): Federal Spending, Sub-national Coalitions, and Protests in Argentina, 2002–2006 50 4
Download top 10 - August 2017
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Nation or District? Evaluating the Territorial Scope of Bills through Experimental Designs 289 17
The Hegemony of Representation: Democracy and Indigenous Self-government in Bolivia 140 137
Unusual Bedfellows? PRI–PVEM Electoral Alliances in Mexican Legislative Elections 132 151
The Limits of Material Benefits: Remittances and Pro-Americanism in Mexico 78 90
The Legacy of Dictatorship for Democratic Parties in Latin America 68 28
The Old Rules No Longer Apply: Explaining Narco-Assassinations of Mexican Politicians 51 14
Revisiting the Issue of Democratic Deterioration in Venezuela, 1974–1998 48 16
Presidential Control of High Courts in Latin America: A Long-term View (1904-2006) 47 0
The Political Cost of Corruption: Scandals, Campaign Finance, and Reelection in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies 47 447
Power and Crisis: Explaining Varieties of Commercial Banking Systems in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico 46 21
Download top 10 - July 2017
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Power and Crisis: Explaining Varieties of Commercial Banking Systems in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico 60 32
Introduction. Challenges to Political Representation in Contemporary Chile 51 19
Revisiting the Issue of Democratic Deterioration in Venezuela, 1974–1998 51 13
The Political Cost of Corruption: Scandals, Campaign Finance, and Reelection in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies 50 21
Parties under Stress: Using a Linkage Decay Framework to Analyze the Chilean Party System 50 3
Does Women’s Presence Change Legislative Behavior? Evidence from Argentina, 1983–2007 49 2
The Old Rules No Longer Apply: Explaining Narco-Assassinations of Mexican Politicians 47 17
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 43 18
Electoral Competition and Social Spending in the Argentine Provinces 43 18
Political Parties and Government Coalitions in the Americas 37 4
Download top 10 - June 2017
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The Political Cost of Corruption: Scandals, Campaign Finance, and Reelection in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies 211 19
The Old Rules No Longer Apply: Explaining Narco-Assassinations of Mexican Politicians 99 30
Revisiting the Issue of Democratic Deterioration in Venezuela, 1974–1998 83 28
Power and Crisis: Explaining Varieties of Commercial Banking Systems in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico 65 38
Introduction. Challenges to Political Representation in Contemporary Chile 64 24
Electoral Competition and Social Spending in the Argentine Provinces 62 19
Party Systems in Latin America after the Third Wave: A Critical Re-assessment 56 3
Contributions to a Typology of Clientelistic Brokers 56 71
Michelle Bachelet’s Government: The Paradoxes of a Chilean President 54 7
The Legacy of Dictatorship for Democratic Parties in Latin America 50 7
Download top 10 - May 2017
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Revisiting the Issue of Democratic Deterioration in Venezuela, 1974–1998 186 83
The Old Rules No Longer Apply: Explaining Narco-Assassinations of Mexican Politicians 170 99
Contributions to a Typology of Clientelistic Brokers 137 155
Does Women’s Presence Change Legislative Behavior? Evidence from Argentina, 1983–2007 136 0
Power and Crisis: Explaining Varieties of Commercial Banking Systems in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico 92 79
The Legacy of Dictatorship for Democratic Parties in Latin America 81 35
Democracy Against Parties? Party System Deinstitutionalization in Colombia 78 31
Electoral Competition and Social Spending in the Argentine Provinces 76 70
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 66 17
Rethinking Democratic Governance: State Building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa’s Ecuador 65 6
Download top 10 - April 2017
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Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 155 13
The Legacy of Dictatorship for Democratic Parties in Latin America 106 37
Introduction. Challenges to Political Representation in Contemporary Chile 97 197
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 87 25
Does Women’s Presence Change Legislative Behavior? Evidence from Argentina, 1983–2007 86 12
Corruption in Latin America: Understanding the Perception–Exposure Gap 67 19
The Right in “New Left” Latin America 62 11
Party Systems in Latin America after the Third Wave: A Critical Re-assessment 59 13
Partisan Protesters and Nonpartisan Protests in Brazil 57 15
Rethinking Democratic Governance: State Building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa’s Ecuador 56 14
Download top 10 - March 2017
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Introduction. Challenges to Political Representation in Contemporary Chile 163 199
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 115 63
(Re)Politicizing Inequalities: Movements, Parties, and Social Citizenship in Chile 98 177
Parties under Stress: Using a Linkage Decay Framework to Analyze the Chilean Party System 87 175
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 80 12
Democracy and Student Discontent: Chilean Student Protest in the Post-Pinochet Era 79 17
Rethinking Democratic Governance: State Building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa’s Ecuador 79 11
The Legacy of Dictatorship for Democratic Parties in Latin America 77 23
Current Issues on the Political Representation of Middle Classes in Chile 75 168
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 74 26
Download top 10 - February 2017
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(Re)Politicizing Inequalities: Movements, Parties, and Social Citizenship in Chile 97 174
Current Issues on the Political Representation of Middle Classes in Chile 91 183
Crisis of Representation in Chile? The Institutional Connection 75 171
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 74 30
Introduction. Challenges to Political Representation in Contemporary Chile 72 202
Democracy and Student Discontent: Chilean Student Protest in the Post-Pinochet Era 72 30
Rethinking Democratic Governance: State Building, Autonomy, and Accountability in Correa’s Ecuador 67 7
The Legacy of Dictatorship for Democratic Parties in Latin America 56 34
Parties under Stress: Using a Linkage Decay Framework to Analyze the Chilean Party System 55 177
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico 51 21
Download top 10 - January 2017
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Introduction. Challenges to Political Representation in Contemporary Chile 127 140
(Re)Politicizing Inequalities: Movements, Parties, and Social Citizenship in Chile 92 115
Compulsory for Whom? Mandatory Voting and Electoral Participation in Brazil, 1986-2006 88 21
The Political Cost of Corruption: Scandals, Campaign Finance, and Reelection in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies 87 191
Parties under Stress: Using a Linkage Decay Framework to Analyze the Chilean Party System 81 151
Crisis of Representation in Chile? The Institutional Connection 71 100
Current Issues on the Political Representation of Middle Classes in Chile 65 223
The Legacy of Dictatorship for Democratic Parties in Latin America 64 28
Partisan Protesters and Nonpartisan Protests in Brazil 62 12
Institutional Reform and Rights Revolutions in Latin America: The Cases of Costa Rica and Colombia 61 17


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