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Conflict and Development (particularly tenure regimes, property rights and land conflicts), Brazilian Foreign Trade and Security Policy, Canadian Foreign and Security Policy, Inter-American Politics, Insurrections and Political Violence and Indigenous Mobilizations.
Jean Daudelin teaches on development and conflict. He is a specialist of Latin America, particularly Brazil and Central America, where he has researched armed insurgencies, religious movements, indigenous politics, land reform, urban violence, economic integration, and regional politics. His current research focuses on illegal markets and their governance, on property rights theory, and on crime, policing and violence.
Conflict and Development (particularly tenure regimes, property rights and land conflicts); Brazilian Foreign Trade and Security Policy; Canadian Foreign and Security Policy; Inter-American Politics; Insurrections and Political Violence; Indigenous Mobilizations.