Matthew M. Taylor
Matthew M. Taylor
School of International Service, American University
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Doing Courts Justice? Studying Judicial Politics in Latin America
D Kapiszewski, MM Taylor
Perspectives on Politics 6 (4), 741-767, 2008
Judging policy: courts and policy reform in democratic Brazil
MML Taylor
Stanford Univ Pr, 2008
O judiciário e as políticas públicas no Brasil
MM Taylor
Dados 50 (2), 229-257, 2007
Corruption and Democracy in Brazil: The Struggle for Accountability
T Power, M Taylor
University of Notre Dame Press, 2011
Evade, Corrupt, or Confront? Organized Crime and the State in Brazil and Mexico
J Bailey, MM Taylor
Journal of Politics in Latin America, 2009
Ending up in pizza: Accountability as a problem of institutional arrangement in Brazil
MM Taylor, VC Buranelli
Latin American Politics and Society 49 (1), 59-87, 2007
Institutional determinants of the judicialisation of policy in Brazil and Mexico
J Rios-Figueroa, MM Taylor
Journal of Latin American Studies 38 (04), 739-766, 2006
State capacity, bureaucratic politicization, and corruption in the Brazilian state
K Bersch, S Praça, MM Taylor
Governance 30 (1), 105-124, 2017
Os partidos dentro e fora do poder: a judicialização como resultado contingente da estratégia política
MM Taylor, L Da Ros
Dados 51 (4), 825-864, 2008
Bureaucratic capacity and political autonomy within national states: mapping the archipelago of excellence in Brazil
K Bersch, S Praça, MM Taylor
States in the developing world, 157-183, 2017
Inching toward accountability: The evolution of Brazil's anticorruption institutions, 1985–2010
S Praça, MM Taylor
Latin American Politics and Society 56 (2), 27-48, 2014
Compliance: Conceptualizing, Measuring, and Explaining Adherence to Judicial Rulings
D Kapiszewski, MM Taylor
Law & Social Inquiry 38 (4), 803-835, 0
Institutional development through policy-making: a case study of the Brazilian central bank
MM Taylor
World Pol. 61, 487, 2009
Veto and voice in the courts: policy implications of institutional design in the Brazilian judiciary
MM Taylor
Comparative Politics, 337-355, 2006
State competition in higher education: A race to the top, or a race to the bottom?
MA Bailey, MC Rom, MM Taylor
Economics of Governance 5 (1), 53-75, 2004
Citizens against the State: the riddle of high impact, low functionality courts in Brazil
MM Taylor
Revista de Economia Política 25 (4), 418-438, 2005
The limits of judicial independence: A model with illustration from venezuela under chavez
MM Taylor
Journal of Latin American Studies, 229-259, 2014
The Federal Judiciary and Electoral Courts
MM Taylor
Corruption and Democracy in Brazil, 2011
Brazil on the Global Stage: Power, Ideas and the Liberal International Order
O Stuenkel, MM Taylor
Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
Beyond judicial reform: courts as political actors in Latin America
MM Taylor
Latin American Research Review 41 (2), 269-280, 2006
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