Carlos Scartascini

Carlos Scartascini is Senior Economist in the Research Department, Inter-American Development Bank.

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Cover: How Democracy Works: Political Institutions, Actors, and Arenas in Latin American PolicymakingHow Democracy Works: Political Institutions, Actors, and Arenas in Latin American PolicymakingScartascini, Carlos
Stein, Ernesto
Tommasi, Mariano
PAPERBACK08/31/2010$29.95
Cover: Who Decides the Budget?: A Political Economy Analysis of the Budget Process in Latin AmericaWho Decides the Budget?: A Political Economy Analysis of the Budget Process in Latin AmericaHallerberg, Mark
Scartascini, Carlos
Stein, Ernesto
PAPERBACK09/30/2009$29.95
Cover: Policymaking in Latin America: How Politics Shapes PoliciesPolicymaking in Latin America: How Politics Shapes PoliciesStein, Ernesto
Tommasi, Mariano
Scartascini, Carlos
Spiller, Pablo
PAPERBACK03/31/2008$29.95
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