CAF Fellow 2017
Daniela Campello is an Associate Professor of Politics and Public Policy in the Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration at the Fundação Getúlio Vargas, in Brazil; she received her Ph.D. in Political Science from UCLA and was formerly an Assistant Professor at Princeton University. Daniela conducts research on international and comparative political economy, with a particular focus on the consequences of globalization to domestic politics and democracy in emerging economies.
Prior to entering academic life, she worked as a business consultant in Accenture, as a sell-side financial analyst at Banco Pactual, and also for the Rio de Janeiro state government, where she managed projects funded by international financial institutions. Daniela's work appears in the Journal of Politics, the Review of International Political Economy, Comparative Political studies, among others, and she is the author if The Politics of Market Discipline in Latin America (Cambridge University Press, 2015). Currently, Daniela is concluding her second book, provisionally entitled "Economic Vote and Democratic Accountability in Resource-Rich Nations". During her visit at the LAC, she will advance her research on the politics of fiscal policymaking in resource-rich countries.
On 12 September, Professor Eduardo Posada-Carbó gave the inaugural lecture at the seminar ‘20 años de estudios sobre el Caribe colombiano’, held in Cartagena to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Banco de la República’s Centro de Estudios de Economía Regional (CEER). Established in
All are welcome to the Annual Meeting of the UK Belize Association to be held at the Latin American Centre, University of Oxford on Saturday 7th October, 2017, from 9.30am to 5.00pm.
SIAS is delighted to announce that Timothy Power and Philip Robins have successfully completed the Recognition of Distinction exercise and are now full professors.
‘Somos’ (We Are): A participatory documentary on youth and peacebuilding in Colombia
Mark Petersen received his D.Phil. in History at the University of Oxford.
Hosted by the Faculty of History, Professor Eduardo Posada-Carbó gave the 2017 Stulman Lecture at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore on 6th April. His lecture, ‘Revolutionary elections in the Americas, 1800-1910’, focused on the relationship between contentious elections and civil conflic