Political Instability and its Legacies in El Salvador since 1900
Interdisciplinary Dialogue Series, with the support of the Carlos de Sola Fund
Political Instability and its Legacies in El Salvador since 1900 – Fabrice Lehoucq, University of North Carolina

Fabrice Lehoucq is Professor of Political Science and the University of North Carolina, in Greensboro, specializing in comparative politics. He studies the origins and breakdown of political systems, electoral fraud and reform, the operation of democratic institutions, and political economy. Professor Lehoucq’s research has been supported by fellowships and grants from the Council for International Exchange of Scholars(Fulbright commission), Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Social Science Research Council. He has also been a consultant. for the Bertelsmann Transformation Index, the Carter Center, the Estado de la Región en Desarrollo Humano Sostenible (State of the Region in the Sustainability of Human Development in Central America), the Inter-American Development Bank, Management Systems International (Washington, D.C.), the Open Budget Initiative, the U.S. Agency for International Development, and the World Bank.
Date: 15 June 2017, 17:00 (Thursday, 8th week, Trinity 2017)
Venue: 1 Church Walk, 1 Church Walk OX2 6LY
Venue Details: Main Seminar Room
Speaker: Fabrice Lehoucq (University of North Carolina)
Organising department: Latin American Centre
Part of: Latin American Centre Seminars and Events
Booking required?: Not required
Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Laura Spence