“Explaining Migration Timing: Political Information and Opportunities” (with Margaret Peters, UCLA), Forthcoming, International Organization.
“Imperfect Recall: The Politics of Subnational Office Removals in Peru” (with José Incio, University of Pittsburgh). 2019. Comparative Political Studies 52(2).
“Diminished Expectations: Redistributive Politics in Truncated Welfare States.” World Politics 70(4): 555-594.
“Enforcement Process Tracing: Forbearance and Dilution in Urban Colombia and Turkey» (with Tugba Bozcaga). Special issue of Studies in Comparative International Development 53(3): 300-323.
“Easy and Hard Redistribution: The Political Economy of Welfare States in Latin America” (with Ben Ross Schneider). Perspectives on Politics 15(4): 988-1006, December 2017.
“Forbearance,” American Political Science Review 110(2): 232-246, May 2016.
“Beyond the Machine: Clientelistic Brokers and Interest Organizations in Latin America” (with Brian Palmer-Rubin), Comparative Political Studies 48(9): 1186-1223, August 2015.
“The Distributive Politics of Enforcement,” American Journal of Political Science 59(2): 357-371, April 2015.
“Right on Crime? Conservative Party Politics and Mano Dura Policies in El Salvador,” Latin American Research Review 48(1): 44-68, Spring 2013.
Capítulos de Libro y Volúmenes Editados
“Insurgent Successor Parties: Scaling Down to Build a Party After War.” In Challenges of Party-Building in Latin America (eds. Brandon Van Dyck, James Loxton, Steven Levitsky, and Jorge Domínguez), Cambridge University Press, 2016: 273-304.
“Coercion Gaps,“ Prepared for the edited volume, Weak Institutions in Latin America: New Theoretical and Empirical Approaches (eds. Daniel Brinks, Steven Levitsky, María Victoria Murillo).
Documentos de Trabajo
“Making the Public Work: Geography, Externalities, and Preferences for Mass Infrastructure.“
“Private Property Against Public Works.“
“The Collusion Dilemma: Theory with Evidence from Informal Markets in Lagos, Nigeria” (with Shelby Grossman, Stanford University).
“Latin America’s floods have been rough. Bad housing policy helped make them deadly,” Vox April 12, 2017.
“Why all the illegal street vending? Ask the mayor,” Washington Post, “The Monkey Cage,” June 30, 2014.
“A Decade Under Chávez: Political Intolerance and Lost Opportunities for Advancing Human Rights in Venezuela,” Human Rights Watch Report, September 2008.