Paul Posner

Paul W. Posner is Associate Professor of Political Science at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he directs the Center for Gender, Race and Area Studies. His current research focuses on social welfare and labor politics, as well as the New Left and populism in Latin America. His book, State, Market and Democracy in Chile: The Constraint of Popular Participation, assesses the impact of neoliberal reform on the ability of Chile’s urban poor to organize and represent their interests in the political arena.