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Bersch Wins Best Paper Award

Kate Bersch’s paper, “State Capacity and Bureaucratic Politicization in Brazil” (co-authored with Sérgio Praça and Matthew Taylor), has been awarded the 2015 Best Paper Award by the Political Institutions section of the Latin American Studies Association, for the best paper on Latin American politics presented at the association’s 2014 conference.

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