F.H. Eiró de Oliveira, PhD
Flávio Eiró is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Arts (Minorities & Multilingualism), University of Groningen.
He has conducted ethnographic research on electoral politics and conditional cash transfers in Northeast Brazil. Flávio has published widely on issues surrounding politics, poverty and anti-poverty policies, policy implementation, with a special focus on Brazil, where Flávio comes from.
In the Minorities & Multilingualism group, Flávio will teach and research issues related to diversity and minorities, with a focus on race/racism, far-right politics and colonialism.
From 2017-2020, Flávio was Post-doctoral Researcher in the ERC-funded project ‘Participatory urban governance between democracy and clientelism: Brokers and (in)formal politics’, at the Radboud University Nijmegen.
He holds a PhD in Sociology from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, France. He also holds a MSc in Sociology from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (2012), a MSc in Sustainable Development from the University of Brasília (2011), as well as a BA in Social Sciences (Sociology) from the University of Brasília (2009).
M Koster, F Eiró (2021) Clientelism in Northeast Brazil: brokerage within and outside electoral times. Contemporary Social Science, 1-13.
Acosta, R, F Eiró, I Koch, M Koster (2020) Introduction: Urban struggles: governance, resistance, and solidarity. FocaalBlog.
Eiró F. (2019). The vicious cycle in the Bolsa Família Program’s implementation: discretionality and the challenge of social rights consolidation in Brazil. Qualitative Sociology, 42(3): 385–409.
Eiró F. & Koster M. (2019). Facing Bureaucratic Uncertainty in the Bolsa Família Program: Clientelism beyond reciprocity and economic rationality. Focaal. Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology, 85: 84–96.
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