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Fernando López-Alves

Fernando López–Alves is Professor of Sociology and Political Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara.  He has published two books on state formation in Latin America:  a monograph, Between the Economy and the Polity in the River Plate (1993), and State Formation and Democracy in Latin America (2000).  He is co-author (with Miguel A. Centeno) of The Other Mirror:  Grand Theory and Latin America (2001).  His Societies without Future (2002) is now in its third edition.  López–Alves is also editor of Seven Scenarios for the 21st Century (2004).  His articles on globalization, Latin America and comparative politics have appeared in Past & Present, Latin American Research Review, other journals and edited collections.  He is presently working on another book manuscript, entitled Futures, States, and Nations.


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Globalization and Uncertainty in Latin America

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Globalization and Uncertainty in Latin America gathers new scholarship on globalization and Latin America in an entertaining and well-researched volume. This...
Fernando López-Alves

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