9781588260406

Capital City Politics in Latin America: Democratization and Empowerment

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    9781588260406

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    1588260402

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2002-02-28
  • Publisher: Lynne Rienner
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments vii
The Dynamics of Local Empowerment: An Overview
1(28)
David J. Myers
Bogota: Progress within a Hostile Environment
29(36)
Alan G. Gilbert
Julio D. Davila
Buenos Aires: The Evolution of Local Governance
65(30)
Miguel De Luca
Mark P. Jones
Maria Ines Tula
Caracas: Incomplete Empowerment Amid Geopolitical Feudalism
95(38)
Steve Ellner
David J. Myers
Guatemala City: Mayors and the Struggle for Political Autonomy
133(30)
David Jickling
Alexandra Garcia-Iragorri
Havana: The Dynamics of Local Executive Power
163(30)
Joseph L. Scarpaci
Lima: Centralized Authority vs. the Struggle for Autonomy
193(34)
Henry A. Dietz
Martin Tanaka
Mexico City: The Local-National Dynamics of Democratization
227(38)
Diane E. Davis
Santiago: Municipal Decentralization in a Centralized Political System
265(32)
Peter M. Siavelis
Esteban Valenzuela van Treek
Giorgio Martelli
Sao Paulo: Tensions Between Clientelism and Participatory Democracy
297(28)
Lawrence S. Graham
Pedro Jacobi
Conclusions
325(42)
Henry A. Dietz
David J. Myers
Bibliography 367(22)
The Contributors 389(4)
Index 393(15)
About the Book 408

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