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  Actors, Institutional Change and Reproduction: The Colombian Case of Racial Exclusion and Local Socio-Economic Performance 1886-1950

España Eljaiek, I. R. (2016). Actors, Institutional Change and Reproduction: The Colombian Case of Racial Exclusion and Local Socio-Economic Performance 1886-1950. PhD Thesis, Universität Köln, Köln.

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España Eljaiek, Irina Rosa1, Author              
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1International Max Planck Research School on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy, MPI for the Study of Societies, Max Planck Society, escidoc:1214550              

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Language(s): eng - English
 Dates: 2016-06-022016
 Publication Status: Published in print
 Pages: IV, 299
 Publishing info: Köln : Universität Köln
 Table of Contents: Chapter 1  Introduction
1.1  Overview
1.2  Colombian racial order
1.3  Research questions
1.4  How does the literature answer these questions?
1.4.1  What affects differences in socio-economic outcomes
1.4.2  Racial studies and effects on socio-economic outcomes
1.4.3  What affects local socio-economic outcomes in the Colombian case
1.4.4  Alternative explanations of the how question
1.5  Racial exclusion and local socio-economic outcomes and historical institutional explanation
1.6  The Colombian case, data resources, empirical strategies and case study
Chapter 2  Theoretical Approach
2.1  Historical institutionalism and the study of racial exclusion
2.2  Hypotheses
2.3  Systematized concepts
2.3.1  Racial exclusion: background concept
2.3.2  Racial exclusion as institution
2.3.3  Socio-economic outcomes
2.3.4  Actors
2.3.5  Behaviors or regular practices of actors
2.4  Theoretical argument for scope conditions: context of structural inequalities and tacit ideologies of differences
Chapter 3  Methodology
3.1  Why multimethod approach?
3.2  Quantitative approach
3.2.1  Racial exclusion, public good provision and local performance
3.2.2  Data
3.2.3  Empirical strategy: defining dependent and independent variables
3.3  Qualitative approach: Process tracing
3.3.1  Why process tracing and Why theory building process tracing
3.3.2  Sources
3.3.3  Description of the data
3.3.4  Why late 19th and mid-20th century
3.4  Operationalization: theoretical Concepts in the process tracing approach
3.4.1  Operationalizing the cause: racial exclusion
3.4.2  Identifying the outcome or dependent variable: socio-economic outcomes
3.4.3  Identifying Actors
3.5  Selecting the case
3.5.1  A typical case of racial exclusion
3.5.2  A typical case of low public good provision
3.5.3  The region of Chocó: general description
3.5.4  Chocó, the special regime and the case selection strategy
Chapter 4  Quantitative analysis
4.1  Data analysis and descriptive outcomes
4.1.1  Public good provision for development
4.1.2  Economic performance
4.1.3  Racial composition
4.2  Regression analysis: results
4.3  Robustness
Chapter 5  Process tracing analysis
5.1  The mechanism of reaction
5.2  Evidence of the cause: racial exclusion
5.2.1  Direct forms of racial exclusion, indigenous population
5.3  The mechanism: Actors and regular behaviors
5.3.1  No-aggrieved actors
5.3.2  Mid-aggrieved actors regular practices and conditions: black elites
5.3.3  Aggrieved actors regular practices and conditions: the bulk of afro-descendant population
5.4  Scope conditions
5.4.1  Political inequalities
5.4.2  Economic inequalities
5.4.3  Tacit ideology of differences
Chapter 6  The mechanism: theory implications
6.1  General overview of the mechanism of reaction
6.2  No-aggrieved actors and local public good provision
6.3  Mid-aggrieved actors and local public good provision
6.4  Aggrieved actors and local public good provision
6.5  Limitations of the mechanism
6.6  Potential case studies for testing the hypothesis of the mechanism: The informal institution of racial exclusion and local socio-economic outcomes in La Sierra Peru and Costa Chica Mexico
6.6.1  The informal institution of racial exclusion in the Peruvian Andean region: the case of la Sierra Peru
6.6.2  The informal institution of racial exclusion in Costa Chica Mexico and afro Mexicans
6.6.3  Further challenges for the theory testing
Chapter 7  Conclusions and final discussions
7.1  Summary
7.2  Implications
7.2.1  Implications for the literature on institutional effects on socio-economic outcomes
7.2.2  Complementary perspective to analyze racial issues
7.2.3  Alternative historical institutional explanation in the Colombian literature
Annexes
References
Historical Archives and newspapers
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
 Rev. Method: -
 Identifiers: DOI: 10.17617/2.2359272
 Degree: PhD

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