The Politics of Freeing Markets in Latin America: Chile, Argentina and Mexico. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2001. Purchase Online

"An excellent book for teaching purposes, with a good balance between background, historical review, and analytical discussion. Overall, this is a valuable contribution to the study of economic reform in Latin America." (American Political Science Review).


The Washington Consensus in Latin America. In Harry E. Vanden and Gary Prevost, eds. Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Politics. Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2019. (Pre copy-edited version PDF).

Inequality in Twentieth Century Latin America: Path Dependence, Countermovements, and Reactive Sequences. Social Science History. forthcoming, Spring 2019. (Pre-copyedited version PDF)

The New Institutionalism and Industrial Policymaking in Chile. In Jordi Díez and Susan Franceschet, eds. Comparative Public Policy in Latin America. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012, pp.54-77. Springer and U of T Library

Democracy and Development in Mexico and Chile. In Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research, 2012. Available Online 

Chile: Democracy in a Divided Polity. In Katie Isbester, ed. The Paradox of Democracy in Latin America. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010, pp. 299-324. Available Online

The World Bank and Policy Reform in Mexico and Argentina. In William C. Smith and Laura Gómez-Mera, eds. Markets, States and Society in Contemporary Latin America.  Wiley Blackwell: Chischester, 2010. pp. 83-109. This is a revised and up-dated version of my article in Latin American Politics and Society (2004). Available Online

La paradoja de la reforma de mercado exitosa en América Latina: fortalecer del rol del estado. Revista Cultura Económica. Vol. 38, Nos. 77-78, 2010: 30-45.    

Competing Visions of Democracy and Development in the Era of Neoliberalism in Mexico and Chile. International Political Science Review, Vol. 30, No. 1, 2009: 67-87. Springer and U of T Library

Redistributive Conflict and Social Policy in Latin America. World Development, Vol. 36, No. 3, March 2008: 446-460. Springer and U of T Library 

Economic Reform and Development Leadership in Latin America: Mexico and Chile. In Dennis A. Rondinelli and John M. Heffron, eds. Leadership for Development: What Globalization Demands of Leaders Fighting for Change. Sterling VA: Kumarian Press, 2008,  pp 179-204.  

Globilización e integración: visiones en pugna. Nueva Sociedad, No. 214, marzo-abril 2008: 125-133. Available Online (U of T).  

Multilateral Lending Institutions and Transnational Policy Networks in Mexico and Chile.     Global Governance, Vol. 13, No. 4, October-December, 2007: 557-573.  Springer and U of T Library

The Politics of Tackling Poverty and Inequality in Latin America. In Michele Rioux, ed., Building the Americas. Brussels: Bruylant Publishers, 2007, pp. 149-172.  

Political Challenges to Equitable Development in Latin America. In Gustavo Indart, ed. Economic Reforms, Growth and Inequality in Latin America. Ashgate Publishing Limited 2004, pp. 191-217. 

Merging the Modern and the Traditional: Market Reform in Chile and Argentina. Comparative Politics, Vol. 37, No. 1, October 2004: 23-39. Available Online (U of T).  

The World Bank and Policy Reform in Mexico and Argentina. Latin American Politics and Society. Vol. 46, No. 1, February 2004: 39-74. Springer and U of T Library

Latin America: Inequality, Poverty and Questionable Democracies, In Richard Sandbrook, ed., Civilizing Globalization. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2003, pp. 39-52.  

Private Sector Power and Market Reform: Exploring the Domestic Origins of Argentina’s Meltdown and Mexico’s Policy Failures. Third World Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 3, Spring 2002: 491-528.  Springer and U of T Library

Mexico and Argentina: Economic Reform and Technocratic Decision Making. Studies in Comparative International Development, Vol. 32, No. 1, Spring 1997: 31-55. Springer and U of T Library  

Multilateral Lending Institutions and Market Reform in Latin America. In International Intervention, A Challenge to World Order, Occasional Paper # 36, Centre for Defence and Security Studies, University of Manitoba, 1996, pp 49-68.  

The Argentine Industrial Bourgeoisie: Economic Strategies and Alliances after the Fall of Peron.  North-South, Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, No. 14, Sept, 1983:1-20.  Springer and U of T Library 

Interest Conflict and Entrepreneurial Support for Peron. Latin American Research Review, Spring 1981: 144-155. Available Online U of T.