New Journal of Politics in Latin America 2/2019

The new issue of the Journal of Politics in Latin America offers analyses on a variety of topics such as pension reforms in Chile, the perceptions of political corruption, indigenous language rights in Peru or feminist legislators, women’s representation, and career paths in Argentina.

Journal of Politics of Latin America Vol. 11, No. 2 (2019)

Research Articles

  • Damarys Canache, Matthew Cawve, Matthew Hayes, Jeffery J. Mondak: Who Sees Corruption? The Bases of Mass Perceptions of Political Corruption in Latin America
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  • Stéphanie Rousseau, Eduardo Dargent: The Construction of Indigenous Language Rights in Peru: A Language Regime Approach
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  • Mariana Caminotti, Jennifer M. Piscopo: Neither Penalised nor Prized: Feminist Legislators, Women’s Representation, and Career Paths in Argentina
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  • Silvia Borzutzky: You Win Some, You Lose Some: Pension Reform in Bachelet’s First and Second Administrations
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Research Note

  • Davide Carbonai: Labor Reform in Brazil, Politics, and Sindicatos: Notes on the General Strikes of 2017
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Other News

Cooperation |

PINPoints is the biannual online publication of PIN. Each issue contains an overview of past and future events, reports of PIN related activities and, most importantly, articles with the latest developments and insights in international negotiation research.

Award |

For the second time, a young researcher from the GIGA receives the Leibniz Dissertation Award. Dr. Felix Haaß was awarded the prize for his dissertation “Buying Democracy? The Political Economy of Foreign Aid, Power-Sharing Governments, and Post-Conflict Political Development.”

In brief |

Panel discussion with GIGA President Prof. Dr. Amrita Narlikar at the KörberForum in Hamburg.