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Asbed Kotichikian: B.A., American University of Beirut, 1995; M.A., Boston University, 2000; Ph.D., Boston University, 2006. The Dialectics of Small States: Foreign Policy Making in Armenia and Georgia.
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Richard Norman: B.S., Texas A & M University, 1986; B.A., University of Texas, 1993; Ph.D., Boston University, 2001. Democratizing the Political Economy: The Executive-Business Coalition and Labor Reform in Argentina, 1989-1998.
Juan Manuel Ortega: B.A., Univ. Autonoma Metro, 1988; M.A., Stanford University, 1990; Ph.D., Boston University, 2002. Institutions and Economic Reform in Mexico: The Case of Economic Pacts, 1987-1997.
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Teodosio L. Uate: Licenciatura, Eduardo Mondlane University, 1981; M.A., London School of Economics, 1988; Ph.D., Boston University, 2006. Using Law to Operate Social Changes and Overcome Poverty: The Case of Mozambique.
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Thomas W. Spang: B.A., University of Wisconsin, 1984; M.S., University of Wisconsin, 1987; Ph.D., Boston University, 2003. Implementing Economic Reforms: A Study of the Ugandan Liberalization Program from 1987 to 1998.
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Jose Velasco-Cruz: B.A., Autonomous University of Chiapas, 1994; M.A., Dr. José Mora Research Institute, 1996; Ph.D., Boston University, 2003. Beyond Democratic Transition: Political Change in Late Twentieth Century Mexico.
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