Cristóbal Rovira

Cristóbal Rovira

Associate Researcher Researchers LÍNEA DE INVESTIGACIÓN: Social and Political Conflict

Associate Researcher at the Political and Social Conflict line at COES and Associate Professor of Political Science at Diego Portales University in Santiago de Chile. He has a Ph.D. in Political Science from the Humboldt University of Berlin and he was a post-doctoral fellow at the Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) and the University of Sussex. He is the principal investigator of the Fondecyt Project Nº1140101, “Populism, Constitutionalism and the Politics of Representation: Cross-regional Patterns” as well as the principal deputy investigator of the Millennium Nucleus project NS130008 “Challenges to Representation” (www.representacion.cl). His main areas of research are comparative politics, populism, democracy, elites and political parties.

Proyectos de investigación del autor

Columnas de opinión del autor

2019-05-13 [OPINIÓN] Identidades políticas negativas: la clave para comprender las elecciones europeas

Por Cristóbal Rovira Publicado por El País Si bien es cierto que los votantes tienen […]

Noticias del autor

2019-05-16 [PRENSA] Entrevista a Cristóbal Rovira: “En Chile el periodo de inmunidad frente a los populismos se está cayendo”

Publicado en The Clinic Cuando publicaron su libro sobre populismo por primera vez, en Oxford […]

2019-05-09 [PRENSA] Hablando de…: La compleja situación interna que vive Venezuela

Publicado en Cooperativa El cientista político Cristóbal Rovira conversó con Paula Molina en «Hablando De» […]

2018-10-23 [OPINIÓN] Is Latin America Facing a Wave of Right-Wing Populism?

Published on Project Syndicate By Cristóbal Rovira Many observers now argue that the wave of right-wing populism […]

2018-09-14 [OPINIÓN] The Siren Song of Left-Wing Populism

Author: Cristóbal Rovira Published on Project Syndicate A growing number of commentators believe that populism represents the […]

2017-12-14 [OPINION] A Bitter Victory for the Chilean Right? at Foreign Affairs

By Cristóbal Rovira Published at Foreign Affairs