The corollaries to the Monroe Doctrine and their effect on the U.S. foreign policy toward Latin America, 1965-1988
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JAPANESE IMMIGRATION AS A DETERMINANT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT: LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN REGION Ogata, Norie (Georgetown University, 2017)People and capital movements between Japan and Latin America have been noticeable over the years. Nonetheless, little attention has been paid to their relationship. A considerable number of studies have found that immigration ...
What explains voter turnout in Latin America? A test of the effect of citizens' attitudes and perceptions Haime, Agustina (Georgetown University, 2016)Research on electoral participation at the individual level in Latin America remains scarce. Most previous studies have focused on the institutional determinants of cross-country differences in aggregate levels of turnout. ...
WHAT IS THE EFFECT OF COMMODITIES PRICES ON INEQUALITY? A COMPARATIVE STUDY WITH A FOCUS IN LATIN AMERICA FROM 1990 TO 2014. Delgado, Carlos E. (Georgetown University, 2017)Even though Latin America is one of the most unequal regions of the world in terms of income, it has shown signs of improvement from the early 2000’s to the middle 2010’s. While other regions in the world have experienced ...