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The Great Gap

by Merike Blofield Penn State University Press (November 20, 2011)

The relationship between socioeconomic inequality and democratic politics has been one of the central questions in the social sciences from Aristotle on. Recent waves of democratization, combined with deepened...


State, Labor, and the Transition to a Market Economy

by Agnieszka Paczyńska Penn State University Press (December 12, 2012)

In response to mounting debt crises and macroeconomic instability in the 1980s, many countries in the developing world adopted neoliberal policies promoting the unfettered play of market forces and deregulation...


Tax Evasion and the Rule of Law in Latin America

by Marcelo Bergman Penn State University Press (November 20, 2009)

Few tasks are as crucial for the future of democracy in Latin America—and, indeed, in other underdeveloped areas of the world—as strengthening the rule of law and reforming the system of taxation.

In this...


Can Globalization Promote Human Rights?

by Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann Penn State University Press (June 29, 2010)

Globalization has affected everyone’s lives, and the reactions to it have been mixed. Legal scholars and political scientists tend to emphasize its harmful aspects, while economists tend to emphasize its benefits....


Limiting Resources

by LaDawn Haglund Penn State University Press (August 10, 2010)

The provision of public goods such as education, electricity, health, sanitation, and water used to be regarded as primarily the responsibility of governments, but in the 1980s privatization of such services...


State, Labor, and the Transition to a Market Economy

by Agnieszka Paczyńska Penn State University Press (February 13, 2009)

In response to mounting debt crises and macroeconomic instability in the 1980s, many countries in the developing world adopted neoliberal policies promoting the unfettered play of market forces and deregulation...


Gendered Paradoxes

by Amy Lind Penn State University Press (May 23, 2005)

Since the early 1980s Ecuador has experienced a series of events unparalleled in its history. Its “free market” strategies exacerbated the debt crisis, and in response new forms of social movement organizing...