Fernando Rosenblatt is Associate Professor and Chair of the Political Science department at the Universidad Diego Portales, Chile. He studies the reproduction of activism in party organizations in Latin America. He has coauthored a study of the effects of positive incentives for compliant taxpayers in Montevideo, Uruguay and has studied the effects of a housing policy in Uruguay. He has published in Comparative Political Studies, Party Politics, Latin American Politics and Society, Latin American Research Review, Democratization, Política y Gobierno, and Revista de Ciencia Política. His book “Party Vibrancy and Democracy in Latin America” was published in 2018 by Oxford University Press. In collaboration with Verónica Pérez and Rafael Piñeiro, he has a forthcoming book entitled “How Party Activism Survives: Uruguay´s Frente Amplio,” which will be published by Cambridge University Press.
Institution / Affiliation : Universidad Diego Portales
Geographical Region: South America
Methodology: Experimental Design