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Olivier Dabčne (2010)
 


CURRICULUM VITAE
OLIVIER DABÈNE
 
Business address
56 rue Jacob
75006 Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 58717044
E Mail : olivier.dabene@sciences-po.fr
Personal webpage: http://www.opalc.org/olivierdabene
 
Education
Director of research University of Paris, 1990
Ph.D. Institute of Political Studies, Grenoble, 1987
M.A. Institute of Political Studies, Grenoble, 1982
B.A. Institute of Political Studies, Grenoble, 1981
 
Current Appointments at Sciences Po
- Professor of political science, Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po), 2005-
- Director of the Political Science Department, 2010-
- President of the Political Observatory of Latin America and the Caribbean
http://www.opalc.org, 2007-
 
Previous Teaching Positions
- Professor of political science, Institute of Political Studies, Aix-en-Provence, 1998-2000,
2002-2005
- Professor of political science, University of Nice, 1993-1998
- Associate professor of political science, University of Marseille, 1990-1993
Teaching fields: Comparative politics, Latin American politics
 
Visiting Lecturer
United States: University of Texas at Austin, 1988-1989, Northwestern University, 2008.
Latin America: Federal University of Pernambuco in Recife, Brazil, 2006; Catholic
University of Porto Alegre, Brasil, 2003; University of Sao Paulo (Brazil), 2002, 2001;
University of Chile, 2006; Diplomatic Academy of Chile, 2004; Global Foundation for
democracy and development (GFDD), Dominican Republic, yearly basis since 2006;
University Externado, Colombia, yearly basis since 1998; University of Buenos Aires,
Argentina, 1999; University of Costa Rica, 2005, 2004, 1999, 1989-1990, 1985; University of
La República, Uruguay, 1999; University Ricardo Palma, Peru, 2006; FLACSO Ecuador,
2009.
Spain: University of Salamanca, yearly basis since 2004; Institute of Political and Social
Sciences (ICPS), Barcelona, 2002; International University of Andalusia, 2008, 2006
 
Research grants and fellowships
- French Ministry of defense, Research grant for field research in Ecuador (2011)
- ECOS Commission, Research grant for field research in Argentina (2010-2012)
- French National Agency for Research (ANR), Research grant for field research in Brazil
(2008)
- Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), Commissioned paper on the non-profit sector
in Latin America, 2000.
- Center of international studies (CERI), Research grant for field research in the Mercosur,
1998
- Instituto Frances de Estudios Andinos (IFEA), Research grant for field research in Peru,
1996
- Center of international studies (CERI), Research grant for field research in the Andean
region, 1996
- Center of international studies (CERI), Research grant for field research in Argentina and
Uruguay, 1995
- French Ministry of foreign affairs, “Fellowship”, Center for Mexican and Central American
Studies, Costa Rica, 1989-1990
- French Ministry of foreign affairs, “Lavoisier post-doctoral scholarship”, Austin, Texas,
1988-1989
- French Ministry of education, “young scholar grant” for field research in Costa Rica, 1985
 
Other professional activities
- Member of the Advisory Council of Princeton University Program in Latin American
Studies, 2009-
- Director of Sciences Po’s undergraduate campus of Latin American and Iberian Studies
(2006-2011)
- Member of the Executive Committee of the Latin American Political Science Association
(ALACIP), 2006-2010
- Member of the Steering Committee of the Inter-American Development Bank’s Network on
Governability (RedGob), 2006-
- Member of the Steering Committee of the Standing group on Latin America, European
consortium for political research (ECPR), 2004-
- Member of the Scientific Committee of the Institute of the Americas (IDA, Paris), 2008-
- Member of the Scientific Committee of the NGO Alianza Cívica (Mexico), 2009-
- Member of the National Committee of the French National Center for Scientific Research
(CNRS), 2003-2007
- Member of the Executive Committee of the Center for International Studies and Research
(CERI), 2002-2008
- Chief of mission, French cooperation office in São Paulo, Brazil, 2000-2002
- Researcher, Center for International Studies and Research (CERI), 1992-
- Researcher, Center for Mexican and Central American Studies, Costa Rica, 1989-1990
- Visiting Scholar, Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS), University of Texas at Austin,
1988-1989
- Researcher, Stendhal University, Grenoble, 1986-1987
- Researcher, University of Costa Rica, 1985
- Associate director, French cultural center, Groningen (Netherlands), 1982-1984
 
Editorial Boards
América latina hoy (Spain), 2004-
Revista española de investigaciones sociológicas (Spain), 1997-
Critique internationale (France), 1998-2000, and 2003-2006
L’État du monde (France), 2002-2008
Lusotopie (France), 2002-
Revue internationale de Politique Comparée (France), 2003-2008
Oasis (Colombia), 2003-
Revista de ciencias sociales (Costa Rica), 2004-
Revista de Ciencia Política (Chile), 2007-
Revista latinoamericana de Política comparada (Ecuador), 2007-
Journal of politics in Latin America (Germany), 2008-
Journal of democracy en español (Chile), 2009
Cuadernos de estudios latinoamericanos (Colombia), 2009-
 
Main Publications (books only). For a full list, see:
http://www.opalc.org/olivierdabene
- The Politics of Regional Integration in Latin America. Theoretical and Comparative
Explorations, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
- Autoritarismes démocratiques et démocraties autoritaires. Convergences nord-sud (co. ed),
Paris, La Découverte, 2008.
- Amérique latine, les élections contre la démocratie ? (ed.), Paris, Presses de Sciences Po,
2008
- La surprise électorale. Paradoxes du suffrage universel (co ed.), Paris, Karthala, 2007.
- Atlas de l’Amérique latine (ed.), Paris, Autrement, 2006, 2009.
- Exclusion et politique à São Paulo. Les outsiders de la démocratie au Brésil, Paris,
Karthala, 2006.
- L’Amérique latine à l’époque contemporaine, Paris, Armand Colin, 2003, 2006, 2011.
- Amérique latine, la démocratie dégradée, Bruxelles, Complexe, 1997.
- La Région Amérique latine. Interdépendance et changement politique, Paris, Presses de
Sciences Po, 1997. Spanish translation: La región América Latina. Interdependencia y
cambios políticos, Buenos Aires, Corregidor, 2001.
- L’Amérique latine au XXème siècle, Paris, Armand Colin, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2001. Spanish
translation: América latina en el siglo XX, Madrid, Editorial Sintesis, 2000. Portuguese
translation: América latina no século XX, Porto Alegre, EDIPUCRS, 2003.
- Costa Rica: Juicio a la Democracia, San José, FLACSO-CEMCA, 1992.

Languages
French (native)
Fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese
 
Updated August 31, 2011


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