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Department: Political Science
Judith Teichman is Professor of Political Science and International Development Studies. She is the author of four books and one co-authored book on politics and development in the global south and Latin America. She has published over 40 articles on the politics of development in the global south and Latin America. Her work has appeared in such scholarly journals as International Political Science Review, World Development, Global Governance, Comparative Politics, Latin American Politics and Society, Third World Quarterly, Studies in Comparative International Development and Mexican Studies. She is a former editor of The Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean, former Consultant to the U.S. Library of Congress and contributing editor, for the library’s collection on the political economy of Mexico and a former member of the Academic Advisory Council on International Trade, Government of Canada.
Poverty and inequality in the Global South; Social and industrial policy and issues of economic development and social welfare; The politics of Latin America; Globalization, gender and development.
1995 – Member, American Political Science Association
Member, of Canadian Association of Latin american and Caribbean studies
1988 Member, Latin American Studies Association
Social Forces and States: Poverty and Distributional Outcomes in South Korea, Chile and Mexico. Stanford University Press, 2012.
Co-author (with Richard Sandbrook, Marc Edelman and Patrick Heller). Social Democracy in the Global Periphery, Origins, Challenges, Prospects. Cambridge University Press, 2007.
The Politics of Freeing Markets in Latin America: Chile, Argentina and Mexico. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2001.
Privatization and Political Change in Mexico, Pittsburgh PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1996.
Policymaking in Mexico: From Boom to Crisis. Winchester, MA: Allen and Unwin, Inc.1988.
Articles (last 5 years)
“Violent Conflict and Uneven Development: The Case of Mexico.” In William Ascher and Natalia Mirovitskaya, eds. Economic Development Strategies and the Evolution of Violence in Latin America. Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2012.
“The New Institutionalism and Industrial Policymaking in Chile.” In Jordi Díez and Susan Franceschet, eds. Comparative Public Policy in Latin America. University of Toronto Press, forthcoming, 2012.
“Democracy and Development in Mexico and Chile.” In Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research, 2012. URL: http://refworks.springer.com/QURE, 2012.
“Mexico: From Perfect Dictatorship to Imperfect Democracy” and “Chile: Democracy in a Divided Polity.” In Katie Isbester, ed. The Paradox of Democracy in Latin America. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010, pp. 105-129.
“La paradoja de la reforma de mercado exitosa en América Latina: fortalecer del rol del estado.” Revista Cultura Económica. Vol. 38, Nos. 77-78, 2010: 30-45 (Argentina).
Co author (with Richard Sandbrook, Marc Edelman and Patrick Heller). “¿Pueden sobrevivir las democracias sociales en el Sur globalizado?” and in Fronesis (Sweden) 32-33, 2010: 254-268 as “Kan socialdemokratin överleva i det globala syd?”
“Competing Visions of Democracy and Development in the Era of Neoliberalism in Mexico and Chile.” International Political Science Review, Vol. 30, No. 1, 2009: 67-87.
“Redistributive Conflict and Social Policy in Latin America.” World Development, Vol. 36, No. 3, March 2008: 446-460.
“Globilización e integración: visiones en pugna.” Nueva Sociedad, No. 214, marzo-abril 2008: 125-133 (Argentina).
“Economic Reform and Development Leadership in Latin America: Mexico and Chile.” In Dennis A. Rondinelli and John M. Heffron, eds. Leadership for Development: What Globalization Demands of Leaders Fighting for Change. Sterling VA: Kumarian Press, 2008, pp 179-204.