Wilson Center Projects
Assessing the Brazilian Crisis in a Crucial Political Year
Fernando de Magalhães Papaterra Limongi is a professor of Political Science at the University of São Paulo. He served as chair of the Political Science Department at the University of São Paulo from 2010-2014, and is also the former president of the Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning (CEBRAP). He holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Chicago, was a visiting professor at Yale University from 2008-2009, and has been awarded numerous grants and fellowships from the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) and the Sao Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP). Limongi is the foremost expert on political parties in Brazil and has written several books and articles about democracy and development. He was awarded the Gregory Luebert Award in 1997 for the Best Paper in Comparative Politics, the ANPOCS/CNPq Award in 1999 for the Best Book in Social Sciences, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Prize in 2001 for the American Political Science Association Best Book, and the ABCP/Olavo Brasil Lima Jr. Award for Best Paper on Political Science and International Relations.
A. Executivo e Legislativo na nova ordem constitucional. Rio de Janeiro, Fapesp/Editora FGV, 1999. co-authored with Argelina Figueiredo Democracy and Development: political institutions and well-being in the world, 1950-1990. Cambridge University Press, 2000. Co-authored with Adam Przeworski, Jose Antonio Cheibub and Michael Alavrez “Democratic Institutions and regime Survival: Parliamentary and Presidential Democraties Reconsidered”, Annual Review of Political Science, maio, 2002, pp. 151-179. co-authored with Jose Antonio Cheibub