World Politics 55.3 (2003) ii
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Luigi Manzetti is an associate professor of political science at Southern Methodist University. He specializes in corruption, economic integration, privatization, and regulatory policy in Latin America. He is the author of The imf and Economic Stabilization (1991), Political Forces in Argentina (with Peter G. Snow) (1993), Institutions, Parties and Coalitions in Argentine Politics (1993), Privatization South American Style (1999), and the editor of Regulatory Policy in Latin America: Post-Privatization Realities (2002). He is currently working on a project assessing the impact of corruption on the privatization process carried out in several emerging markets in the 1990s.
Stephanie R. Golob is an assistant professor of political science at Baruch College, City University of New York. She is the author of articles and chapters on North American integration, Mexican economic policy reform, Canada-U.S. security cooperation, and the Pinochet case. She is currently pursuing two research projects on sovereignty in the Western Hemisphere—the first on regional economic integration and the development of North America beyond NAFTA and the second on the international flow of ideas regarding "rule of law" and its impact on democratization in Chile and Mexico.
Leonard Wantchekon is an associate professor of politics and economics and a member of the faculty of Africana Studies at New York University. He is the author of articles on democratization and civil wars, the resource curse, and formal modeling of electoral competition. He is completing a book entitled, "Democracy as a Result of Civil War."
Andy Baker is an assistant professor of political science at the University of Houston. He has published a number of articles and is currently working with coauthors on a book about mass politics and voting behavior in Brazil's 2002 elections.