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Weeks 7 and 8 Forms of State/ Political Regimes/ Development



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Weeks 7 and 8 Forms of State/ Political Regimes/ Development

Strategies (by Galip Yalman)

ii) From Bureaucratic Authoritarianism to Competition State and Regionalism
Cammack, P. (1985) “The Political Economy of Contemporary Military Regimes in Latin

America: From Bureaucratic Authoritarianism to Restructuring”, in P. O’Brien & P. Cammack (eds.) Generals in Retreat: The Crisis of Military Rule in Latin America, Manchester UP, pp. 1-36.

Cammack, P. (1985) “Democratisation. Review of Issues”, Bulletin of Latin American

Research, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 39-46.

Cammack, P. (1997) “Democracy and Dictatorship in Latin America, 1930-1980”, in D.

Potter et al. (eds.) Democratization, Cambridge: Polity, pp. 152-173.

Cammack, P. (2001) “Mercosur, 2001: Dependent/Disciplinary Regionalism” mimeo.

Cardoso, F.H. (1979) “On the Characterisation of Authoritarian Regimes in Latin

America”, in D.Collier (ed), The New Authoritarianism in Latin America, Princeton UP, pp.33-57.

Collier, D. (1979) “Overview of the Bureaucratic-Authoritarian Model”, in D.Collier

(ed), The New Authoritarianism in Latin America, Princeton UP, pp.19-32.

Jenkins, R. (1991): ‘The Political Economy of Industrialisation: A Comparison of Latin

American and East Asian Newly Industrialising Countries”, Development and Change, Vol.22, No.2.

Mortimore, M. & W. Peres (2001) “Corporate Competitiveness in Latin America and the

Caribbean” CEPAL Review 74.

O’Donnell, G. (2001) “Reflections on Contemporary South American Democracies”


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