Table of contents for Falling behind : explaining the development gap between Latin America and the United States / edited by Francis Fukuyama.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgments											
PREFACE											 
Enrique Krauze
1	Introduction											
	Francis Fukuyuma
PART ONE: THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT 
2	Two Centuries of South American Reflections on the Development
	Gap between the United States and Latin America					 	Tulio Halperin Donghi
3	Looking at Them: A Mexican Perspective on the Gap with the United Status	 
	Enrique Krauze
4	Explaining Latin America¿s Lagging Development in the Second Half
	of the Twentieth Century: Growth Strategies, Inequality, and Economic Crises	 
	Jorge I. Domínguez
PART TWO: THE POLITICS OF UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN LATIN AMERICA
5	Does Politics Explain the Economic Gap
	Between the United States and Latin America?					 
	Adam Przeworski and Carolina Curvale
6	The Role of High Stakes Politics in Latin America¿s Development Gap		 
	Riordan Roett and Francisco E. Gonz lez
PART THREE: INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS IN LATIN AMERICA¿S DEVELOPMENT
7	Institutions and the Latin American Equilibrium					 
	James A. Robinson
8	Do Defective Institutions Explain
	the Development	Gap Between the United States and Latin America?		 
	Francis Fukuyama
9	Why Institutions Matter:
	Fiscal Citizenship in Argentina and the United States				 
	Natalio R. Botana
PART FOUR: CONCLUSIONS
10	Conclusion										 
	Francis Fukuyama
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Latin America -- Foreign economic relations -- United States -- Congresses.
United States -- Foreign economic relations -- Latin America -- Congresses.