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Benito Sánchez, Ana Belén. 2018. “República Dominicana 2016: Gobierno repartido de Unidad Nacional”, pp.405-426, en Elecciones y partidos en América Latina en el cambio de ciclo. Madrid: CIS. 

Escobar-Lemmon, M; Borrelli, M; Taylor Robinson, M. I Did it My Way: Portfolio Allocation in the United States (1969-2013). In: Camerlo, M; Martínez-Gallardo, C (Ed.): Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Routledge Press, 2018.

Hernández Naranjo, G; Guzmán Castillo, J. Diverse Profiles within Single-party Cabinets: Portfolio Allocation in Costa Rica (1978-2014). In: Camerlo, M; Martínez-Gallardo, C (Ed.): Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Routledge Press, 2018.

Chasquetti, D; Buquet, D. Parliamentary Style: Portfolio Allocation in Uruguay (1967-2015). In: Camerlo, M; Martínez-Gallardo, C (Ed.): Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Routledge Press, 2018.

Avendaño, O; Dávila, M. Together We Govern: Portfolio Allocation in Chile (1990-2014). In: Camerlo, M; Martínez-Gallardo, C (Ed.): Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Routledge Press, 2018.

Inácio, M. Presidentially-led Coalitions: Portfolio Allocation in Brazil (1985-2016). In: Camerlo, M; Martínez-Gallardo, C (Ed.): Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Routledge Press, 2018.

Mejía Guinand, L. B; Botero, F. Bait and Switch?: Portfolio Allocation in Colombia (1958-2014). In: Camerlo, M; Martínez-Gallardo, C (Ed.): Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Routledge Press, 2018.

Vera, S; Carreras, M. Cooperative but Non-Partisan: Portfolio Allocation in Peru (1980-2014). In: Camerlo, M; Martínez-Gallardo, C (Ed.): Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Routledge Press, 2018.

Basabe-Serrano, S; Polga-Hecimovich, J; Mejía Acosta, A. Unilateral No Matter What: Portfolio Allocation in Ecuador (1979-2015). In: Camerlo, M; Martínez-Gallardo, C (Ed.): Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Routledge Press, 2018.

Martínez-Gallardo, C; Camerlo, M. Portfolio Allocation in the Americas: A Recap. In: Camerlo, M; Martínez-Gallardo, C (Ed.): Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Routledge Press, 2018.

Mejía-Guinand, Luis Bernardo, Felipe Botero and Angelica Solano (2018): “Agency Loss and the Strategic Redesign of the Presidential Office in Colombia” Latin American Politics and Society 60, 3: 96-118.

Basabe-Serrano, Santiago. forthcoming. “La sub representación de mujeres en gabinetes ministeriales: el caso ecuatoriano en perspectiva comparada, 1979-2015Latin American Research Review. 

Benito Sánchez, Ana Belén and Mairsteintredet, Leiv (en preparación). “Gabinetes de Gobierno Presidenciales: El Caso de República Dominicana“.

Cecilia Rodríguez (en preparación). “Gabinetes de Gobierno Presidenciales: El Caso de Honduras”.

Mélany Barragán (en preparación). “Gabinetes de Gobierno Presidenciales: El Caso de Panamá”.

Cerna Villagra, Sarah,   Perez Talia, Marcos and Solís Juan Mario (en preparación). “Gabinetes de Gobierno Presidenciales: El Caso de Paraguay”.

Garrido ,María Renee (en preparación). “Gabinetes de Gobierno Presidenciales: El Caso de Bolivia”.

Rubio, Sonia and  Reserve, Roody (en preparación). “Gabinetes de Gobierno Presidenciales: El Caso de El Salvador” .

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Cheibub, José Antonio. (2002). Minority Presidents , Deadlock Situations , and the Survival of Presidential Democracies. Comparative Political Studies, 35(3), 284–312.
Cheibub, José Antonio, & Limongi, F. (2002). Democratic Institutions and Regime Survival : Parliamentary and Presidential Democracies Reconsidered. Annual Review of Political Science, 5(151–179).
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Borrelli, M. (2010). The Contemporary Presidency: Gender Desegregation and Gender Integration in the President’s Cabinet, 1933-2010. Presidential Studies Quarterly. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1741-5705.2010.03809.x

Camerlo, M, & Pérez-Liñán, A. (2015). The Politics of Minister Retention in Presidential Systems: Technocrats, Partisans, and Government Approval. Comparative Politics, 47(3), 315–333. https://doi.org/10.5129/001041515814709310

Camerlo, Marcelo. (2008). Crises within democracies.

Camerlo, Marcelo. (2013). Gabinetes de Partido Unico y Democracias Presidenciales: Indagaciones a partir del caso argentino. América Latina Hoy, Revista de Ciencias Sociales, 64, 119–142.

Camerlo, Marcelo. (2014). The Ministers of the President. Portfolio Allocation in Argentina. In K. Dowding & P. Dumont (Eds.), The Selection of Ministers around the World (pp. 223–243). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315757865

Camerlo, Marcelo, & Martínez-Gallardo, C. (2018). Government formation and minister turnover in presidential cabinets: Comparative analysis in the Americas. Government Formation and Minister Turnover in Presidential Cabinets: Comparative Analysis in the Americas. Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon (ICS-UL), Portugal: Taylor and Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315466491

Camerlo, Marcelo, & Pérez-Liñán, A. (2015). Minister Turnover, Critical Events, and the Electoral Calendar in Presidential Democracies (No. 2). The Journal of Politics (Vol. 77). Lisbon. https://doi.org/10.1086/681028

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