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Democratic Brazil Divided / edited by Peter R. Kingstone and Timothy J. Power.

Contributor(s): Power, Timothy J. (Timothy Joseph), 1962- [editor.] | Kingstone, Peter R, 1964- [editor.] | Project Muse.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Book collections on Project MUSE: Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017. 2015)Description: 1 online resource (pages cm.).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780822982906; 0822982900.Subject(s): Political participation -- Brazil | Democracy -- BrazilDDC classification: 320.981 LOC classification: JL2431 | .D459 2017Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction: a fourth decade of Brazilian democracy: achievements, challenges, and polarization / Peter R. Kingstone and Timothy J. Power -- Part I. The democratic context -- The PT in power, 2003-2016 / Oswaldo E. do Amaral and Rachel Meneguello -- Good government and politics as usual? The schizophrenic path of the Workers' Party / Benjamin Goldfrank and Brian Wampler -- Part II. Policy innovation and state capacity in a maturing democracy -- Corruption and accountability in Brazil / Matthew M. Taylor -- Environmental politics in Brazil: the cross-pressures of democracy, development, and global projection / Kathryn Hochstetler -- Checking the power of mayors: explaining improvements in Brazilian educational outcomes / Marcus Andre Melo -- Assessing the Bolsa familia: successes, shortcomings, and unknowns / Wendy Hunter and Natasha Borges Sugiyama -- Progress or perdition? Brazil's National Truth Commission in comparative perspective / Anthony W. Pereira -- Part III. Politics from the bottom up -- Toward a (poor) middle-class democracy? Upward mobility and politics under Lula and Dilma / Maria Hermania Tavares de Almeida and Fernando Henrique Guarnieri -- The economic context of social protests in 2013 / Alfredo Saad-Filho -- Part IV. Strategies of global projection -- Democracy postponed: a political economy of Brazil's oligarchic foreign policy / Sean Burges and Jean Daudelin -- The public bank trilemma: Brazil's new developmentalism and the BNDES / Leslie Elliott Armijo.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: a fourth decade of Brazilian democracy: achievements, challenges, and polarization / Peter R. Kingstone and Timothy J. Power -- Part I. The democratic context -- The PT in power, 2003-2016 / Oswaldo E. do Amaral and Rachel Meneguello -- Good government and politics as usual? The schizophrenic path of the Workers' Party / Benjamin Goldfrank and Brian Wampler -- Part II. Policy innovation and state capacity in a maturing democracy -- Corruption and accountability in Brazil / Matthew M. Taylor -- Environmental politics in Brazil: the cross-pressures of democracy, development, and global projection / Kathryn Hochstetler -- Checking the power of mayors: explaining improvements in Brazilian educational outcomes / Marcus Andre Melo -- Assessing the Bolsa familia: successes, shortcomings, and unknowns / Wendy Hunter and Natasha Borges Sugiyama -- Progress or perdition? Brazil's National Truth Commission in comparative perspective / Anthony W. Pereira -- Part III. Politics from the bottom up -- Toward a (poor) middle-class democracy? Upward mobility and politics under Lula and Dilma / Maria Hermania Tavares de Almeida and Fernando Henrique Guarnieri -- The economic context of social protests in 2013 / Alfredo Saad-Filho -- Part IV. Strategies of global projection -- Democracy postponed: a political economy of Brazil's oligarchic foreign policy / Sean Burges and Jean Daudelin -- The public bank trilemma: Brazil's new developmentalism and the BNDES / Leslie Elliott Armijo.

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