Category Archives: Singer

Ingraham defends thesis on Trust and Sex Scandals

Jasseigh Ingraham ’12 defended her senior thesis. She was advised by Prof. Matthew Singer.

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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┬áhere) The workshop was hosted by the Research Chair on Democracy … Continue reading

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Singer talk on Economic Perceptions & Govt. Support in Latin America (Audio)

This talk is over but you can still listen: MP3 (In the talk, Prof. Singer does make reference to tables in Powerpoint.) Please join us for a talk by Prof. Matt Singer “Campesinos o Banqueros? Economic Perceptions and Government Support … Continue reading

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Experts Comment on Transitions to Democracy

Given widespread protests against authoritarian regimes in the Middle East and North Africa and the toppling of presidents in Tunisia and Egypt, we asked several experts in the department to suggest readings on the topic of democratization and the uncertain … Continue reading

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