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Julio Carrión, PhD (University of Pittsburgh, 1993) joined the Department in 1998. He specializes in Latin American and Comparative Politics. He is currently conducting research on mass support for authoritarian alternatives in Latin America. He teaches courses in Latin American Politics and data analysis for political science.
A Dynamic Theory of Populism in Power: The Andes in Comparative Perspective. New York: Oxford University Press.
Cultura política de la democracia en Perú y en las Américas, 2018/19: Tomándole el pulso a la democracia. (Political Culture of Peru and the Americas, 2018/19: Taking the Pulse of Democracy). Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos-Vanderbilt University, 2020. (Co-authored with Patricia Zárate, Fernanda Boidi, and Elizabeth Zechmeister).
“Required Consultation or Provoking Confrontation? The Use of the Referendum in Peace Agreements." Representation Vol. 55 (2): 141-157. (co-authored with Lauren Marie Balasco)
“Takeoff and Turbulence in Modernizing Peru." Latin American Research Review Vol. 54 (2): 499-508.
Review of John Crabtree and Francisco Durand, Peru: Elite Power and Political Capture. London: Zed Books, 2017. Bulletin of Latin American Research Vol. 38, No. 5, 681-682, November 2019.
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