Towards Democratic Viabilityby John Crabtree
This book traces the twin processes of economic liberalization and political democratization in Bolivia since the 1980s placing both processes in their historical context. The essays focus on the issue of democratic viability, and raise broader questions of the relationship between democratization and its socio-economic context. In particular, it examines the institutional reforms of the early 1990s-praised by the World Bank and others-and considers their achievements and limitations.
Author Biography: John Crabtree is a writer and researcher on Latin America.
Author Biography: Laurence Whitehead is Fellow in Politics at Nuffield College, Oxford.
'A must for Latin American specialists.' - Choice
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PILAR DOMINGO Lecturer in Politics, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London
GEORGE GRAY MOLINA Doctoral Candidate in Politics, Nuffield College, Oxford
HORST GREBE LÓPEZ President, Bolivian Society of Political Economy, Instituto Prisma
JUAN ANTONIO MORALES President, Central Bank of Bolivia
JORGE MUNOZ Economist, World Bank
EDUARDO RODRIGUEZ VELTZÉ Professor, Civil and Administrative Law, Catholic University and the Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar
FERNANDO RUIZ MIER KPMG, Bolivia
ANTONIO SANCHEZ DE LOZADA Consultant, former Bolivian Senator
DIEGO SANCHEZ DE LOZADA Lecturer, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, La Paz
CARLOS VALENZUELA Director, Center for Aerospace Surveys and Applications, University of San Simon, Cochabamb
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