Fernando Bizzarro

Harvard University, Department of Government

PhD Student

1737 Cambridge Street

Cambridge, MA 02138

United States

http://https://scholar.harvard.edu/fernandobizzarro

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

DOWNLOADS

474

SSRN CITATIONS

8

CROSSREF CITATIONS

2

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

The V-Dem Party Institutionalization Index: A New Global Indicator (1900-2015)

V-Dem Working Paper 2017:48
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 16 May 2017
Fernando Bizzarro, Allen Hicken and Darin Self
Harvard University, Department of Government, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Political Science and Cornell University, College of Arts & Sciences, Department of Government
Downloads 239 (153,777)
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2.

Party Strength and Economic Growth

V-Dem Working Paper 2015:10
Number of pages: 74 Posted: 08 Sep 2015 Last Revised: 24 May 2016
Harvard University, Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor - Department of Political Science, University of Oslo - Department of Political Science, University of Florida, Aarhus University, University of Notre Dame - Kellogg Institute and University of Gothenburg - Varieties of Democracy Institute
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O Brasil Na Perspectiva Do Projeto Variedades Da Democracia (Perspective on Brazil By the Varieties of Democracy Project)

V-Dem Working Paper 2015:14
Number of pages: 43 Posted: 18 Nov 2015 Last Revised: 24 May 2016
Fernando Bizzarro and Michael Coppedge
Harvard University, Department of Government and University of Notre Dame - Kellogg Institute
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Religious Competition and the Rise of Leftist Parties: Why the Catholic Church Provided the Mass Base for the Workers’ Party in Brazil

Number of pages: 48 Posted: 29 Mar 2018
Guillermo Trejo and Fernando Bizzarro
University of Notre Dame and Harvard University, Department of Government
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Political parties, religion, Workers' Party, Brazil, religious competition, religion and politics