Kathryn Hochstetler
Kathryn Hochstetler
Professor of International Development, LSE
Verified email at lse.ac.uk - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
The sovereign limits of global civil society: a comparison of NGO participation in UN world conferences on the environment, human rights, and women
AM Clark, EJ Friedman, K Hochstetler
World Pol. 51, 1, 1998
Greening Brazil: Environmental activism in state and society
K Hochstetler, ME Keck
Duke University Press, 2007
Rethinking presidentialism: Challenges and presidential falls in South America
K Hochstetler
Comparative Politics, 401-418, 2006
Sovereignty, democracy and global civil society: State-Society Relations at UN World Conferences
EJ Friedman, K Hochstetler, AM Clark
Democratizing pressures from below? Social movements in the new Brazilian democracy
K Hochstetler
Democratic Brazil: Actors, institutions, and processes, 167-184, 2000
Assessing the third transition in Latin American democratization: representational regimes and civil society in Argentina and Brazil
EJ Friedman, K Hochstetler
Comparative Politics, 21-42, 2002
Brazil and the politics of climate change: beyond the global commons
K Hochstetler, E Viola
Environmental Politics 21 (5), 753-771, 2012
The renewed developmental state: The national development bank and the Brazil model
K Hochstetler, AP Montero
Journal of Development Studies 49 (11), 1484-1499, 2013
After the boomerang: Environmental movements and politics in the La Plata River Basin
K Hochstetler
Global Environmental Politics 2 (4), 35-57, 2002
Organized Civil Society
K Hochstetler
Democratic Brazil Revisited, 33, 2008
Failed presidencies: Identifying and explaining a South American anomaly
K Hochstetler, ME Edwards
Journal of Politics in Latin America 1 (2), 31-57, 2009
The politics of environmental licensing: Energy projects of the past and future in Brazil
K Hochstetler
Studies in Comparative International Development 46 (4), 349-371, 2011
Fading green? Environmental politics in the Mercosur free trade agreement
K Hochstetler
Latin American Politics and Society 45 (4), 1-32, 2003
Can civil society organizations solve the crisis of partisan representation in Latin America?
K Hochstetler, EJ Friedman
Latin American Politics and Society 50 (2), 1-32, 2008
Wind and solar power in Brazil and China: interests, state–business relations, and policy outcomes
K Hochstetler, G Kostka
Global Environmental Politics 15 (3), 74-94, 2015
Sovereign limits and regional opportunities for global civil society in Latin America
EJ Friedman, K Hochstetler, AM Clark
Latin American Research Review, 7-35, 2001
Sovereignty in the balance: Claims and bargains at the UN conferences on the environment, human rights, and women
K Hochstetler, AM Clark, EJ Friedman
International Studies Quarterly 44 (4), 591-614, 2000
Más Allá de la Nación Las Escalas Múltiples de Los Movimientos Sociales
E Jelin, O Arach
Emerging powers in the climate negotiations: shifting identity conceptions
K Hochstetler, M Milkoreit
Political research quarterly 67 (1), 224-235, 2014
The evolution of the Brazilian environmental movement and its political roles
K Hochstetler
The new politics of inequality in Latin America: Rethinking participation …, 1997
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20