Mexican politics and social movements

Jonathan Fox, Libby Haight and Brian Palmer-Rubin, “Proporcionar transparencia ¿Hasta qué punto responde el gobierno mexicano a las solicitudes de información pública?” [“Delivering Transparency: To What Degree Does the Mexican Government Respond to Public Information Requests?” Gestión y política pública, Mexico: CIDE, 20(1), 2011 (English version)

Jonathan Fox and Libby Haight, “Transparency Reforms: Theory and Practice,” in Andrew Selee and Jacqueline Peschard, eds., Mexico’s Democratic Challenges, Palo Alto: Stanford University Press/Woodrow Wilson Center, 2010

Jonathan Fox, Carlos García Jiménez and Libby Haight, “Rural Democratization in Mexico’s Deep South: Grassroots Right-to-Know Campaigns in Guerrero,” Journal of Peasant Studies, 36(2), 2009

Jonathan Fox and Libby Haight, “El condicionamiento político del acceso a programas sociales en México,” (“The Political Conditioning of Access to Social Programs in Mexico”) in David Gómez Alvarez, ed., Candados y contrapesos: La protección de los programas, políticas y derechos sociales en México y América Latina, Guadalajara: ITESO/United Nations Development Program, 2009

Jonathan Fox, “Rural Democratization and Decentralization at the State/Society Interface: What Counts as ‘Local’ Government in the Mexican Countryside?,” Journal of Peasant Studies, 34(3) 2007

Jonathan Fox, “Empowerment and Institutional Change: Mapping ‘Virtuous Circles’ of State-Society Interaction,” in Ruth Alsop, ed., Power, Rights and Poverty: Concepts and Connections, Washington: World Bank/GB Department of International Development, 2004 (also published in Serie Analisis de Desarrollo, No. 2, 2005, Universidad Iberoamericana, Instituto de Investigaciones sobre Desarrollo Sustentable y Equidad Social, Mexico City)

Jonathan Fox, “The Politics of North American Economic Integration,” Latin American Research Review, 39(1), 2004

Jonathan Fox, “State-Society Relations in Mexico: Historical Legacies and Contemporary Trends,” Latin American Research Review, 35(2), 2000

Jonathan Fox, Gaspar Rivera and Lynn Stephen (guest editors), “Indigenous Rights and Self-Determination in Mexico,” Cultural Survival Quarterly, 23(1), Spring, 1999

Jonathan Fox, “How Does Civil Society Thicken? The Political Construction of Social Capital in Rural Mexico,” World Development, 24(6), June, 1996 [also published in Peter Evans, ed., State-Society Synergy: Government and Social Capital in Development, Berkeley: Research Series/International and Area Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 1997, and in Jonathan Fox, Accountability Politics: Power and Voice in Rural Mexico, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007]

Jonathan Fox, “National Electoral Choices in Rural Mexico,” in Laura Randall, ed., The Reform of the Mexican Agrarian Reform, Armonk: M.E. Sharpe, 1996 (en español)

Jonathan Fox, “Governance and Development in Rural Mexico: State Intervention and Public Accountability,” Journal of Development Studies,32(1), October, 1995 (winner, “Dudley Seers” Best Article Prize for Vol. 32)

Jonathan Fox and Julio Moguel, “Pluralism and Anti-Poverty Policy in Mexico: The Experience of Left Opposition Municipal Governments,” in Peter Ward and Victoria Rodríguez, eds., Opposition Government in Mexico: Past Experiences and Future Opportunities, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1995

Jonathan Fox and Luis Hernández, “Lessons from the Mexican Elections,” Dissent, Winter, 1995

Jonathan Fox, “The Roots of Chiapas,” The Boston Review, 19(2), April/May, 1994 [Also published, revised, in Akwekon – A Journal of Indigenous Issues, 11(2), Summer, 1994;  Economic and Political Weekly (Bombay), 29(19), May 7, 1994; and Dollars and Sense, No. 194, July, 1994]

Wayne Cornelius, Ann Craig and Jonathan Fox, eds., Transforming State-Society Relations in Mexico: The National Solidarity Strategy, La Jolla: University of California San Diego, Center for US-Mexican Studies, 1994

Jonathan Fox, “Targeting the Poorest: The Role of the National Indigenous Institute in Mexico’s National Solidarity Program,” in Wayne Cornelius, Ann Craig and Jonathan Fox, eds., Transforming State-Society Relations in Mexico: The National Solidarity Strategy, La Jolla: UCSD, Center for U.S.- Mexican Studies, 1994

Jonathan Fox, “The Difficult Transition from Clientelism to Citizenship: Lessons from Mexico,” World Politics, 46(2), January, 1994 [also published in Douglas A. Chalmers, Carlos Vilas, Katherine Hite, Scott Martin, Kerianne Piester, and Monique Segarra, eds., The New Politics of Inequality in Latin America: Rethinking Participation and Representation, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997]

Jonathan Fox, The Politics of Food in Mexico: State Power and Social Mobilization, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992

Jonathan Fox and Luis Hernández, “Mexico’s Difficult Democracy: Grassroots Movements, NGOs and Local Government,” Alternatives, 17(2), Spring, 1992 (en español) [also published, abridged, in Charles A. Reilly, ed., New Paths of Democratic Development in Latin America: The Rise of NGO-Municipal Collaboration, Boulder: Lynne Reinner, 1995]

Jonathan Fox, “Democratic Rural Development: Leadership Accountability in Regional Peasant Organizations,” Development and Change, 23(2), April, 1992 [also published, with an updated epilogue, in Jonathan Fox, Accountability Politics: Power and Voice in Rural Mexico, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007]

Jonathan Fox, “La Dinámica del Cambio en el Sistema Alimentario Mexicano, 1980-1982,” in Julio Moguel, ed., La Historia de la Cuestión Agraria Mexicana, Vol. 9, Mexico: Siglo XXI Editores/Centro de Estudios del Agrarismo en Mexico, 1990

Jonathan Fox and Luis Hernández, “Offsetting the `Iron Law of Oligarchy’: The Ebb and Flow of Leadership Accountability in a Regional Peasant Organization,” Grassroots Development, 13(2), 1989 (en español)

Jonathan Fox, “Agrarian Reform and Populist Politics,Latin American Perspectives, 12(3), Summer, 1985 (en español)