Writing

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

“Merit, Tenure, and Bureaucratic Behaviour: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment in the Dominican Republic” (with Christian Schuster) Comparative Political Studies (forthcoming) [Paper] [Appendix]

Corruption as a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Costa Rica (with Ana Corbacho, Daniel Gingerich, and Mauricio Ruiz Vega), American Journal of Political Science 60(4): 1077-1092 (2016). [Paper] [Appendix] [Data and Code]

“When to Protect? Using the Crosswise Model to Integrate Protected and Direct Responses in Surveys of Sensitive Behavior” (with Daniel Gingerich, Ana Corbacho, and Mauricio Ruiz Vega) Political Analysis 24(2): 132-156 (2016). [Paper] [Appendix] [Data and Code]

Making it Personal: Clientelism, Favors, and the Personalization of Public Administration in Argentina,Comparative Politics 48(3): 373-391 (2016). [Paper] [Appendix]

“Electoral Revolution or Democratic Alternation?” (with María Victoria Murillo and Milan Vaishnav), Latin American Research Review 45 (3): 87-114 (2010). [Paper] [Errata]

Book Chapters

“Economic Constraints and Presidential Agency” (with María Victoria Murillo and Milan Vaishnav), in Steven Levitsky and Kenneth Roberts (eds.) The Resurgence of the Latin American Left, Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 52-70 (2011).[Paper]

“Reformas políticas: internas abiertas obligatorias y unificación electoral en las elecciones de 2005” (with Gerardo Scherlis), in Isidoro Cheresky (ed.) La política después de los partidos, Buenos Aires: Prometeo, 361-390 (2007). [Paper]

“Entre lemas y neolemas. Las elecciones de 2003 en la provincia de Tucumán,” in Isidoro Cheresky and Inés Pousadela (eds.), El voto liberado. Elecciones 2003: perspectiva histórica y estudio de casos, Buenos Aires: Biblos, 253-285 (2004). [Paper]

“¿Elecciones concurrentes o elecciones desdobladas?: La manipulación de los calendarios electorales en la Argentina, 1983-2003” (with Gerardo Scherlis) in Isidoro Cheresky and Jean-Michel Blanquer (eds.), ¿Qué cambió en la política Argentina? Elecciones, instituciones y ciudadanía en perspectiva comparada, Buenos Aires: Homo Sapiens, 179-211 (2004). [Paper]

Other Publications

“La Legislatura de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. Un estudio sobre las relaciones Ejecutivo-Legislativo en el nuevo marco institucional (1997-2000)” (with Fernanda Araujo), Revista SAAP 3(2), 353-393 (2008). [Paper]

“Uso y abuso de las instituciones electorales. El caso de las internas partidarias y las fechas de las elecciones de 2005″(with Gerardo Scherlis), Revista Res Publica Argentina June- September, 51-72 (2007). [Paper]

Book Reviews

Review of Szwarcberg, Mariela, Mobilizing poor voters: machine politics, clientelism, and social networks in Argentina, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Review of International Affairs 29(2), 801-803 (2016).

Work in Progress

“Police Violence and the Underreporting of Crime” (with Daniel Gingerich) Revise and resubmit

“Working for the Machine: Patronage Jobs and Political Services in Argentina.” Under review [Paper] [Appendix]

Campaigns and Voters in Developing Democracies: Argentina in Comparative Perspective (volume in progress co-edited with Noam Lupu and Luis Schiumerini). Under review

“Toward a Theory of Campaigns and Voters in Developing Democracies” (with Noam Lupu and Luis Schiumerini), chapter prepared for Campaigns and Voters in Developing Democracies: Argentina in Comparative Perspective  (volume in progress co-edited with Noam Lupu and Luis Schiumerini). Under review [Paper]

“Perceptions of Ballot Integrity and Clientelism,” chapter prepared for Campaigns and Voters in Developing Democracies: Argentina in Comparative Perspective  (volume in progress co-edited with Noam Lupu and Luis Schiumerini). Under review [Paper]

A Working Machine: Patronage Jobs and Political Services in Argentina. Book manuscript in progress.

“Shanty-Town Politics. A Preliminary Analysis of Clientelism Where It Matters” (with Victoria Murillo and Rodrigo Zarazaga)

“Lying About Corruption in Surveys: Evidence from a Joint Response Model” (with Daniel Gingerich)