Matthew M. Taylor
School of International Service
Professor Taylor's research and teaching interests include corruption and organized crime, judicial politics, and Latin American political economy. He has lived and worked extensively in Brazil, most recently as an assistant professor at the University of São Paulo.
Taylor is the author of Judging Policy: Courts and Policy Reform in Democratic Brazil (Stanford University Press, 2008), which was awarded the Brazilian Political Science Association's Victor Nunes Leal Prize for best book, and co-editor with Timothy J. Power of Corruption and Democracy in Brazil: The Struggle for Accountability (University of Notre Dame Press, 2011). His scholarly work has been published in a variety of journals, including Comparative Politics, Perspectives on Politics, Journal of Latin American Studies, and World Politics.
DegreesPh.D., M.P.P., Georgetown University; B.A., Princeton University
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