Jean Daudelin

Dr Daudelin teaches on development and conflict. He is a specialist of Latin America, particularly Brazil, Central America and Colombia, where he has researched religious movements, indigenous politics, urban violence, economic integration, and regional politics.

He is currently studying the criminal governance of markets and prisons in Brazil. Together with Dr. José Luiz Ratton, he is investigating the various modes of governance that criminal organizations have used to manage the population of Northeast of Brazil. He has also expertise on 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.



Daudelin, J. (2018). Construction and Deconstruction of a Homicide Reduction Policy: The Case of Pact for Life in Pernambuco, Brazil. International Journal of Criminology and Sociology7, 173-183.

Daudelin, J., & Ratton, J. L. (2018). Crack: Micromechanics of a Dysfunctional Illegal Market. In Illegal Markets, Violence, and Inequality (pp. 37-66). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Daudelin, J., & Ratton, J. L. (2018). Illegal Markets, Violence, and Inequality: Evidence from a Brazilian Metropolis. Springer.