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Associate Professor
Associate Director, Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP)

Noam Lupu is Associate Professor of Political Science and Associate Director of LAPOP Lab at Vanderbilt University. He studies comparative political behavior, partisanship and political parties, class and inequality, representation, and legacies of violence. He is the author of Party Brands in Crisis (Cambridge University Press, 2016), which received the Gabriel Almond Award and the Juan Linz Award, and coeditor (with Virginia Oliveros and Luis Schiumerini) of Campaigns and Voters in Developing Democracies (University of Michigan Press, 2019). His research has appeared in American Journal of Political Science, American Political Science Review, Comparative Political Studies, Journal of Politics, Political Analysis, and World Politics, among other outlets. He received his Ph.D. from Princeton University.

Representative publications

  • Lupu, Noam, and Zach Warner. Forthcoming. "Affulence and Congruence: Unequal Representation Around the World," Journal of Politics.
  • Lupu, Noam, Virginia Oliveros, and Luis Schiumerini, eds. 2019. Campaigns and Voters in Developing Democracies: Argentina in Comparative Persepective. Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies Series. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • Lupu, Noam, and Leonid Peisakhin. 2017. "The Legacy of Political Violence Across Generations," American Journal of Political Science 61(4): 836-851.
  • Carnes, Nicholas, and Noam Lupu. 2016. "Do Voters Dislike Working-Class Candidates? Voter Biases and the Descriptive Underrepresentation of the Working Class," American Political Science Review 110(4): 832-844.
  • Lupu, Noam. 2016. Party Brands in Crisis: Partisanship, Brand Dilution, and the Breakdown of Political Parties in Latin America. New York: Cambridge University Press.
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