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  1. Incomplete knowledge of networks does not impede socially-mediated cooperation
  2. Networks are a natural way to represent pervasive connections in studies of comparative politics
  3. Integration of Contextual Data
  4. Some but not all social network structures enable collective action
  5. Polycentric Orders and the Governance of Public Economies
  6. The Institutional Foundations of Public Policy in Argentina: A Transactions Cost Approach. By Pablo T. Spiller and Mariano Tommasi. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. 254p. $91.00.Policymaking in Latin America: How Politics Shape...
  7. When the Law Does Not Matter: The Rise and Decline of the Mexican Oil Industry
  8. The Politics of Property Rights
  9. Political Instability And Economic Performance: Evidence from Revolutionary Mexico
  10. The Rate of Growth of Productivity in Mexico, 1850–1933: Evidence from the Cotton Textile Industry
  11. Autocrats and democrats
  12. Autocrats and democrats
  13. Agriculture
  14. Petroleum
  15. Introduction
  16. Mining
  17. Finance
  18. Conclusions
  19. References
  20. Industry
  21. Theory: Instability, Credible Commitments, and Growth
  23. VPI Coalitions in Historical Perspective: Mexico's Turbulent Politics, 1876–1929