Prof. Singer on “Elections, Electoral Behavior, & Economy in L. America”

Prof. Matthew Singer presented at a workshop in Quebec City on “Elections, Electoral Behavior, and the Economy in Latin America.” (view here starting about 2:10)(Part I of the workshop is here) The workshop was hosted by the Research Chair on Democracy and Parliamentary Institutions at the University of Laval and the Government of Quebec. Singer’s paper looked at how

greater levels of economic stability in Latin America in the last decade after the inflationary crises of the 1980s and 1990s has changed the role that economic factors have played in elections.

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