Fabrício Mendes Fialho

Dr Fabrício Mendes Fialho is a postdoctoral research fellow within the Excellence Chair on Security Studies at Sciences Po since March 2018. He specializes in political psychology, comparative public opinion with extensive use of cross-national survey data, and statistical modeling. At CERI, he currently works on the planning and design of a survey on attitudes toward nuclear weapons in the European Union within the ANR Project “de la vulnérabilité politique à l’âge nucléaire”.

From 2013 to 2015, he was a J. P. Lemann Fellow at the UCLA Center for Brazilian Studies. In 2016-17, he received a Dissertation Year Fellow. As a Teaching Fellow, he taught Public Opinion and Voting Behavior at UCLA in 2016.

He received a PhD in Political Science and a MS in Statistics from the University of California, Los Angeles in December 2017.

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Recherches en cours

- Public opinion and perceptions toward nuclear weapons in Europe
- Cross-national measurement of institutional trust
- Group identity and political attitudes
- Latent variable modeling

Publications principales

“Support for Race-Targeted Affirmative Action in Brazil”. Ethnicities, in press. (With Stanley R. Bailey and Michelle Peria)
OnlineFirst: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1468796814567787

“Interrogating Race: Color, Racial Categories, and Class across the Americas”. American Behavioral Scientist, 60 (4): 538-555, 2016. (With Stanley R. Bailey and Andrew M. Penner)

“Brazil: Public Assistance Programs”. Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, Third Edition. London: CRC Press, 2015. (With Stanley R. Bailey)

“Race, Resources, and Political Participation in a Brazilian City”. Latin American Research Review, 44 (2): 59-83, 2009. (With Natália S. Bueno)

“The Private Motivations of Public Action: Women’s Associational Lives and Political Activism in Brazil”. Advances in Gender Research , 13: 203-239, 2009. (With Solange Simões, Bruno Reis, Daniel Biagioni, and Natália S. Bueno)