Lucas Perelló is a PhD candidate in Politics, working primarily in the subfields of Comparative Politics and American Politics. The focus of his dissertation is on voter-party linkages in Central America, which examines the strategies that political parties use to appeal to voters in contexts of poverty and inequality.
Navia, Patricio and Lucas Perelló. 2019. “One-night stands and long-term commitments. Vote intention and presidential approval for Sebastián Piñera in Chile, 2009-2014.” (Forthcoming).
Cantillana, Carlos, Gonzalo Contreras, Mauricio Morales, Daniela Oliva and Lucas Perelló. 2017. “Malestar con la representación democrática en América Latina. Características e implicancias.” Política y Gobierno 24 (2): 245-274.
Perelló, Lucas. 2015. “One of these things is sort of like the other: presidential approval and support for government management of the economy in Chile, 2006-2013.” Política. Revista de Ciencia Política 53 (1): 117-164.