In 2012 Noam Lupu (Fall ’11) received two prestigious awards from the American Political Science Association (APSA). The Gabriel A. Almond Award recognizes the best dissertation in comparative politics completed in the previous two years, while the Juan Linz Prize, awarded by the Comparative Democratization section, honors the best dissertation in the study of democracy during the same period.

Currently a junior research fellow at the Juan March Institute and assistant professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Lupu published “Party Brands and Partisanship: Theory with Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Argentina” in the American Journal of Political Science 57, 1 (2013) and, with Rachel Beatty Riedl (Fall ’08), “Political Parties and Uncertainty in Developing Democracies” in Comparative Political Studies 46, 12 (2013).


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