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Tulane University

Mariano Bertucci

Former CIPR Post-Doctoral Fellow (2014-2016) and Non-Resident Research Fellow

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Mariano Bertucci completed his PhD in Political Science and International Relations at the University of Southern California. His research interests fit most neatly into two camps: the realms of foreign policy, international relations, and comparative politics, with particular attention to the role and importance of habits in shaping foreign policymaking processes and outcomes; and, the realm of scholar-practitioner interactions in international affairs, with particular attention to how to enhance exchanges between scholars and policymakers to improve both policy and research. During his fellowship he plans to continue his research analyzing why Latin American countries with similar political institutions have different policy outcomes, and the different ways in which scholars and policymakers build mutually beneficial connections between the worlds of ideas and action, analysis and policy.

His work has been published or is forthcoming in International Studies Perspectives, Latin American Politics and Society, Americas Quarterly, and by John Hopkins University Press.

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