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James W. Wilkie

 

jwilkie@profmex.org

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STATISTICAL HISTORY VOLUMES

  1. STATISTICAL ABSTRACT OF LATIN AMERICA (SALA),  1976-2002 and its
  2. SALA SUPPLEMENT SERIES [with Analytical Studies], 1976-2005.
  3. SEE ALSO NON-SALA VOLUMES       

James W. Wilkie, Editor
Los Angeles: UCLA Latin American Center Publications

I. SALA SERIES:

Volume
Year:
Number of Tables
17.
(1976)
303
18.
(1977)
415
19.
(1978)
439
20.
(1980)
684
21.
(1981)
666
22.
(1983)
752
23.
(1984)
892
24.
(1985)
982
25.
(1987)
1,063
26.
(1988)
1,077
27.
(1989)
1,259
28.
(1990)
1,353
29.
(1992)
1,524
30.
(1993)
1,462
31.
(1995)
1,447
32.
(1996)
1,182
33.
(1997)
1,038
34.
(1998)
988
35.
(1999)
989
36.
(2000)
987
37.
(2001)
991
38.
(2002)
912

      (Series suspended in 2003 by the Center Director (who sought to convert to digital publication, which he was unable to do owing to the complexity of the historical series.)

II.  SALA ANALYTICAL SERIES, 1976-2005
   
   James Wilkie, Editor
     
      SALA SUPPLEMENT NUMBER AND and TITLE
            
    *6.  Quantitative Latin American Studies: 
     Methods and Findings.  
     Co-Edited by James W. Wilkie and Kenneth Ruddle (1977)

    *7.  Money and Politics in Latin America.
     Edited by James W. Wilkie (1977)
     
8.  Latin American Population and Urbanization Analysis:
     Maps and Statistics, 1950-1982.
     By Richard W. Wilkie (1984; 2d printing 1994).

9.  Statistical Abstract of the United States-Mexico Borderlands.
     Edited by Peter L. Reich (1984).

   *10.  Society and Economy in Mexico.
           Edited by James W. Wilkie (1990)

    11.  United States -Mexico Border Statistics Since 1900.
           Edited by David E. Lorey (1990).
      
    12.  Rise of the Professions in Twentieth-Century Mexico:
           University Graduates and Occupational Change Since 1929. 
           By David E. Lorey (1992).

    13.  United States-Mexico Border Statistics Since 1990; and
           1990 Update.
     Edited by David E. Lorey (1993).

    14.  Industrial Policy and Labor Markets in the United States and
           Mexico Border Region.
     Edited by Alejandro Mungaray, Sonia Lugo Morones
     and Noé Arón Fuentes (2005).

  1. SEE ALSO OTHER WEB SITES with Wilkie Historical Statistics at, e.g.,

 
      http://www.JamesWilkiePublicationLinks.org
 
           http://www.wilkie-stats.org/
    
           http://www.profmex.org/links.html

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*Asterisked items may be downloaded freely at
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