Roman Perdomo

Roman Perdomo is a PhD student in political science at the University of Montreal. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences with a specialization in Latin American politics (2019) and a Master's degree in Political Theory (2021) from Sciences Po Paris. His research focuses on issues of political participation and integrity in public life. In particular, they aim to analyze the actions of whistleblowers in Latin America, the incentives and obstacles faced by these actors, and the legal mechanisms protecting them, mainly in Peru.

Fields of interest
Ethics and transparency in public life 
Political participation
Theory of democracy


Perdomo, Roman (2021) « Les réponses collectives à la pandémie de Covid-19 au Pérou », in O. Dabène (coord.), Amérique latine. L’année politique 2020/Les Etudes du CERI, n° 252-253, janvier 2021.

Perdomo, Roman and Olivier Dabène (2020) «Le monde à l’épreuve du Covid-19 - La situation en Amérique latine», Les Dossiers du CERI, Centre de recherches internationales de Sciences Po (CERI), avril 2020.

Perdomo, Roman (2020) «Élections législatives au Pérou. Vers une transition post-fujimoriste?», Observatoire Politique de l’Amérique latine (OPALC-SciencesPo).