Juan Pablo Luna
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Institute of Political Science,
P. Universidad Católica

Professor at the Institute of Political Science and the School of Government, at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Associate Researcher with the Millenium Institute for Foundational Research on Data. He holds a PhD. in Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. Luna is the author of “Segmented Representation: Political Party Strategies in Unequal Democracies” (Oxford University Press, 2014) and “En Vez del Optimismo. Crisis de Representación Política en el Chile Actual” (Catalonia-CIPER, 2017). In 2014 he also co-edited “The resilience of the Latin American Right” (Johns Hopkins University Press). He is associate editor of Latin American Politics and Society (a research journal published by Cambridge University Press) and has held visiting professor appointments at Columbia University (2018), Brown University (2016), Harvard University (2013), Sciences Po (2013 and 2019) and Princeton (2019). He regularly contributes with op-eds to CIPER-Chile.