Partisan Bias in Corruption Prosecutions: Evidence from the Lava Jato Case in Brazil
Kellogg Institute PhD Fellow, Sociology
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Luiz Vilaça is a PhD student in Sociology at the University of Notre Dame and a Kellogg PhD Fellow. His research cuts across organizational, political, and cultural sociology. His work focuses on anti-corruption reform, institutional change, and the effects of corruption investigations on public opinion and voting behavior...