Escaping the Zero-Sum Scenario: Democracy versus Technocracy in Latin America
Mark Eric Williams analyzes the tensions between technocratic market reform projects and fundamental democratic principles in Argentina, Mexico, and Venezuela. He argues that the political dynamics that surround these market-friendly programs and the market pressures they unleash can bolster democratic governance by enhancing accountability, checks and balances, representation, and transparency.
The Politics of Property Rights: Political Instability, Credible Commitments, and Economic Growth in Mexico, 1876-1929, Stephen Haber, Armando Razo and Noel Mauerer Reviewed by Mark Eric Williams
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