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Dr Quintijn Kat publishes article in leading journal

23 November 2022

Quintijn Kat

UCL Americas alum, Dr Quintijn Kat, has just had a new article published in Latin American Politics and Society, now accessible in First View. The article's title is Competitive Liberalization, Postneoliberalism, and Hegemony: The Case of the US-Peru Free Trade Agreement. Follow this link to read the article in full, which is available as an open access source.

Latin American Politics and Society journal coverLatin American Politics and Society publishes the highest-quality original social science scholarship on Latin America. The Editorial Board, comprising leading U.S., Latin American, and European scholars, is dedicated to challenging prevailing orthodoxies and promoting innovative theoretical and methodological perspectives on the states, societies, economies, and international relations of the Americas in a globalizing world. In addition to its traditional research articles, Latin American Politics and Society includes Critical Debates—review essays that survey major themes in recent Latin American studies literature. Research Notes are an outlet for shorter pieces with questions of data, theory, and method. The Book Review section provides critiques of individual books.


Dr Quintijn Kat

Dr Quintijn Kat completed his PhD at the Institute of the Americas, University College London (UCL) in 2020. His dissertation project was titled 'On the Basis of Consent: Subordinate-state Agency and US Hegemony in Latin America (1990-2010)'. He worked under the supervision of Professor Kevin Middlebrook and Dr Tony McCulloch. He currently holds the post of Assistant Professor of International Relations at Ashoka University, India.


Dr Quintijn Kat - PhD profile

Link to article in full

Latin American Politics and Society | website

Ashoka University | website

Professor Kevin Middlebrook | academic profile

Dr Tony McCulloch | academic profile


[top to bottom]: Photo of Dr Quintijn Kat; cover of the Latin American Politics and Society journal