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ARMANDO CHAGUACEDARead Bio
Professor and Researcher from the University of Guanajuato. Bachelor of Education (2000) and History (2006), Master in Political Science (2004) and PhD in History and Regional Studies (2012). Specialized in the study of the relationship between civil society, democratization and authoritarianism in Latin America and Russia. Co-author and coordinator of several books, as well as author of dozens of academic and opinion papers on the topics mentioned before. He has published in the US, Europe and Latin America, where he also conducted several conferences and research.
JUAN M TRAK VÁSQUEZRead Bio
JUAN M TRAK VÁSQUEZ
Sociologist from the Andrés Bello Catholic University, with a Master's degree in Political Science and a doctorate in Contemporary Political Processes from the University of Salamanca. He worked as a research coordinator at the Center for Political Studies of the Andrés Bello Catholic University. His lines of research are democratic institutionalism, political culture and public opinion, political representation, electoral behavior, electoral integrity, electoral systems and democratization, comparative politics and Latin America. to our reports and find out what Cubans really think.
ELAINE ACOSTA GONZALEZRead Bio
ELAINE ACOSTA GONZALEZ
PhD in International and Intercultural Studies from the University of Deusto (Bilbao), Master in Latin American Social and Political Studies (Chile) and Bachelor in Sociology from the University of Havana. She is a visiting researcher at the Cuba Research Center of the International University of Florida and co-director of the Interdisciplinary Research Program on Care, Family and Welfare. His areas of study are the aging of the population, international migration and welfare policies.
RODRIGO SALAZAR-ELENARead Bio
He holds a PhD in Political Science from UNAM (Mexico). He works as a full-time professor and researcher at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (based in Mexico) and coordinator of the Master's Program in Public Affairs and Government at the same institution. His areas of study are the methodology of the social sciences, electoral behavior, political economy, poverty and inequality. He currently works measuring the impact of crime and inequality in voting patterns in Latin America.