This paper offers a detailed analysis of the internal and external economic factors that have facilitated the rise of multilatinas in recent years.
This book represents the culmination of the Latin American Program’s three-year project on the politics of progressive taxation in Latin America.
A new study from the Latin American Program covering the Pacific Alliance.
This publication focuses on the rapidly expanding relations between Asian and Latin American countries, with chapters focusing on Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and the region at large.
The report examines the public health, social development and citizen security impacts of retail drug markets in major urban areas in the Americas and how traditional law enforcement approaches have altered and, at times, exacerbated the security situation.
Return to Sender: The Moral Economy of Peru’s Migrant Remittances is an anthropological account of how Peruvian emigrants raise and remit money and what that means for themselves and for their home communities.
The newsletter of the Latin American Program, Brazil Institute, and Mexico Institute
Edited by Carlos Basombrío, this publication brings together experts from across Latin America to analyze the state of citizen security policy in the region. (In Spanish)
This publication examines the multiple causes leading to the expansion and diffusion of organized crime across Latin America and globally.
Latin American Populism in the Twenty-first Century explains the emergence of today’s radical populism and places it in historical context, identifying continuities as well as differences from both the classical populism of the 1930s and 1940s and the neo-populism of the 1990s.