Work-in-Progress

Revolving Doors: Explaining the Interdependence of Government and Nonprofits in Brazil

Natália S. Bueno
Thu
Feb
16
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Natália S. Bueno
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Emory University
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow

What explains the collaboration between governments and nonstate providers? We offer an additional explanation to the partnership between governments and nonprofits. We argue that partnerships between states and nonprofits partly result from staff-to-staff interactions and we test this claim using novel administrative data on grants to nonprofits and a dataset that tracks individuals' work trajectories.


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Natália Bueno

Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow Natália S. Bueno is an assistant professor of political science at Emory University. Her research interests are in comparative politics, public policy, elections, misinformation, and inequality...
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