Table of contents for Out of the shadows : political action and informal economy in Latin America / edited by Patricia Fernãaandez-Kelly and Jon Shefner.

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Acknowledgments
	Introduction
Patricia Fern¿ndez-Kelly
1	The Informal Economy in the Shadow of the State
Miguel Angel Centeno and Alejandro Portes
2	Risk and Regulation in Informal and Illegal Markets
John C. Cross and Sergio Pe¿a
3	Neoliberalism, Markets, and Informal Grassroots Economies
Jos¿ Itzigsohn
4	Vanishing Assets: Cumulative Disadvantages Among the Urban Poor
Mercedes Gonz¿lez de la Rocha
5	Female Household Headship, Privation and Power: Challenging the "Feminization of 
Poverty" Thesis
Sylvia Chant
6	Protest in Contemporary Argentina: A Contentious Repertoire in the Making
Javier Auyero
7	The Even More Difficult Transition from Clientelism to Citizenship: Lessons from 
Brazil
Robert Gay
8	Informal Politics in the Mexican Democratic Transition: The Case of the People_s 
Urban Movement
Juan Manuel Ram¿rez S¿is
9	"Do You Think Democracy Is a Magical Thing?"_From Basic Needs to 
Democratization in Informal Politics
Jon Shefner
	References
	Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Informal sector (Economics) -- Latin America.
Small business -- Latin America.
Latin America -- Economic conditions -- 1982-.
Civil society -- Latin America.