This session's chair: Gabriel Cepaluni
We are excited to extend a warm invitation to our second Lindblom-inspired event, "Muddling Through." This unique gathering aims to provide a platform for faculty, visiting
scholars, research associates, and graduate students to come together in a casual and informal setting to address the challenges they encounter in their respective research journeys.
Research, regardless of its stage, often comes with its share of hurdles and roadblocks. "Muddling Through" offers a safe and welcoming space for individuals to openly discuss and seek solutions to these challenges. Whether you're grappling with coding complexities, navigating intricate theoretical concepts, or looking for advice on improving your writing, this event is designed to support you and to increase your likelihood of gaining clarity or insights.
“Muddling Through” offers a chance to openly acknowledge and address the challenges we face in our work, at the same time that it advances our academic pursuits, humanizes the research process, and contributes to strengthen our supportive research community.
Gabriel Cepaluni is associate professor in the Department of International Relations and Public Policy at São Paulo State University (UNESP). His research is in comparative political economy, with a substantive focus on developing countries, looking at issues related to racial bias and income inequality regarding political representation, social programs and child labor, and the size of legislatures and welfare...