Dr.
Profesor Investigador Titular mauricio.rivera@cide.edu
Tel.: (449) 994-51-50 ext. 5235
CV español (pdf)
CV inglés (pdf)
Artículos
  • Elite Co-optation, Repression, and Coups in Autocracies
    Bove, Vicenzo and Mauricio Rivera. Elite Co-optation, Repression, and Coups in Autocracies, International Interactions, 41:3, 453-479, 2015 DOI: 10.1080/03050629.2015.1006727
    2015-01-01
  • The Diffusion Non-Violent Campaigns
    Gleditsch, Kristian S. and Mauricio Rivera. The Diffusion Non-Violent Campaigns, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2015 DOI: 10.1177/0022002715603101
    2015-01-01
  • The Sources of Social Violence in Latin America: An Empirical Analysis of Homicide Rates, 1980-2010
    Rivera, Mauricio. The Sources of Social Violence in Latin America: An Empirical Analysis of Homicide Rates, 1980-2010, Journal of Peace Research, November 25, 2015 DOI: 10.1177/0022343315598823
    2015-01-01
  • Authoritarian Institutions and State Repression: The Divergent Effects of Legislatures and Opposition Parties on Personal Integrity Rights
    Rivera Mauricio. Authoritarian Institutions and State Repression: The Divergent Effects of Legislatures and Opposition Parties on Personal Integrity Rights, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 2016 DOI: 10.1177/0022002716632301
    2016-01-01
  • Beyond Sticks and Stones: Human Capital Enhancement Efforts in response to Violent Crime in Latin America
    Rivera Mauricio and Bárbara Zárate Tenorio. Beyond Sticks and Stones: Human Capital Enhancement Efforts in response to Violent Crime in Latin America, European Journal of Political Research, 2016, doi: 10.1111/1475-6765.12139
    2016-01-01
Documento de trabajo
  • Political Institutions and Human Rights Violations Under Dictatorships
    Rivera Mauricio. Political Institutions and Human Rights Violations Under Dictatorships, México: CIDE, DTEP 278, 2015
    2015-01-01
Producto de difusión/divulgación
  • Evidence from Latin America: Governments increase human capital investment in response to social violence.
    Rivera, Mauricio and Bárbara Zárate-Tenorio. Evidence from Latin America: Governments increase human capital investment in response to social violence. Democratic Audit UK, 26708/2016 http://www.democraticaudit.com/2016/08/26/evidence-from-latin-america-how-investing-in-education-can-decrease-social-violence/
    2016-01-01

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