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Lugar: Sala de Usos Múltiples - Piso 2, ICP - Campus San Joaquín / 13:00- 14:30 hrs.

2019

  • Tema por confirmar

    Thana de Campos Escuela de Gobierno UC

    Tema por confirmar
    Viernes, 10 Mayo 2019
  • Tema por confirmar

    Douglas Mackay , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Tema por confirmar
    Viernes, 06 Septiembre 2019
  • The construction of indigenous language rights in Peru: national and subnational dynamics”

    Stephanie Rousseau Departamento de Ciencias Sociales, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

    The construction of indigenous language rights in Peru: national and subnational dynamics”.
    Viernes, 08 Marzo 2019
  • “Can declining hegemons be accommodated? The case of the US in East Asia”

    Nicole Jenne Instituto de Ciencia Política UC

    “Can declining hegemons be accommodated? The case of the US in East Asia”
    Viernes, 07 Junio 2019
  • “Constitutional Change and Liberal Democracy in Comparative Perspective”

    Gabriel Negretto Instituto de Ciencia Política UC

    “Constitutional Change and Liberal Democracy in Comparative Perspective”
    Viernes, 27 Septiembre 2019
  • “Does the @realDonaldTrump Really Matter to Financial Markets?”

    Allyson Benton University of London

    “Does the @realDonaldTrump Really Matter to Financial Markets?”
    Viernes, 09 Agosto 2019
  • “Impacto de la globalización sobre la aprobación de los presidentes en América Latina”

    Lorena Barberia Universidad de São Paulo

    “Impacto de la globalización sobre la aprobación de los presidentes en América Latina”
    Viernes, 15 Noviembre 2019
  • “Indigenous Resistance to Criminal Violence: Why regional autonomy institutions protect communities from narco rule”

    Shannan Mattiace Departamento de Ciencia Política, Allegheny College, EE.UU.

    “Indigenous Resistance to Criminal Violence: Why regional autonomy institutions protect communities from narco rule”
    Viernes, 26 Abril 2019
  • “Legislative organization and welfare: evidence from Brazil”

    Umberto Mignozzetti Escuela de Relaciones Internacionales, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brasil

    “Legislative organization and welfare: evidence from Brazil”
    Viernes, 15 Marzo 2019
  • “Obstacles to Adaptation: Top Down Resources, Bottom Up Political Will, and the Double Whammy Faced by Climate-Vulnerable Nations”

    Todd Eisenstadt American University

    “Obstacles to Adaptation: Top Down Resources, Bottom Up Political Will, and the Double Whammy Faced by Climate-Vulnerable Nations”
    Viernes, 13 Diciembre 2019
  • “Party Incentives and FemalePresidential Candidates”

    Catherine Reyes-Housholder Centro de Estudios de Conflicto y Cohesión Social-Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Diego Portales

    “Party Incentives and FemalePresidential Candidates”
    Viernes, 11 Octubre 2019
  • “Recreating Market Conditions for Vote-Selling and Vote-Buying in the Lab: The Chilean Case”

    Instituto de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de O ́Higgins, Chile.

    “Recreating Market Conditions for Vote-Selling and Vote-Buying in the Lab: The Chilean Case”
    Viernes, 31 Mayo 2019
  • “Sanciones Regionales y la Protección de la Democracia”

    Stefano Palestini Instituto de Ciencia Política UC

    “Sanciones Regionales y la Protección de la Democracia”
    Viernes, 25 Octubre 2019
  • “Social movements’ continuity and public policies: cycles of protest, chaining mechanisms and policy outcomes in the Chilean student movement (2006-2018)”

    Antoine Maillet Instituto de Asuntos Públicos, Universidad de Chile

    “Social movements’ continuity and public policies: cycles of protest, chaining mechanisms and policy outcomes in the Chilean student movement (2006-2018)”
    Viernes, 23 Agosto 2019
  • “State Capacity and the ‘Public Company-Effect’: Explaining State Reactions in Conflicts over Mining”

    Bettina Schorr Instituto de Estudios Latinoamericanos y Programa TrAndes, Freie Universität Berlin, Alemania.

    “State Capacity and the ‘Public Company-Effect’: Explaining State Reactions in Conflicts over Mining”
    Jueves, 27 Junio 2019
  • “The political foundations of informal programs of social transfers in the developing world”

    Santiago López Departamento de Ciencias Sociales y Políticas, Universidad Católica del Uruguay, Uruguay

    “The political foundations of informal programs of social transfers in the developing world”
    Viernes, 05 Abril 2019