Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Do the Wealthy Oppose Redistribution? Public Price Shocks and Redistributive Preferences in Buenos Aires (with L. Schiumerini and S. Stokes). Forthcoming at the British Journal of Political Science

Argentine Presidentialism: From Crisis to Recomposition of Presidential Power, 2003–2007 (“El Presidencialismo Argentino: de la Crisis a la Recomposicion Actual, 2003–2007”), with N. Cherny and M. Novaro, in America Latina Hoy, 54, April 2010

Lula and the Partido dos Trabalhadores adaptation process (“Lula y el proceso de adaptacion del PT a la hora de gobernar”) with V. Palermo, in Revista Argentina de Ciencia Politica, 9/10, 2006

Work in Progress

The Left's Dilemma: Party Strategies and Informal Labor in Developing Economies (book manuscript in progress)

Distributive Politics in Three-Level Systems: Evidence from a Large Land-Titling Program (under review)

Sharing the Costs: Party Brands and Incumbency Spillovers in Brazil (under review)

Insider–Outsider Politics and the Informal Economy in Developing Democracies

Electoral Accountability with Myopic Voters: Evidence from Fatal Workplace Accidents

Paying Not to Vote: Pocketbook Considerations and the Shape of the Electorate (with G. Julcarimna and G. Tuñón)

Perceptions of Land Inequality and the Demand for Redistribution. Experimental Evidence from Rural Colombia (A. Montoya and V. Paniagua)

Other Publications

"The U.S. could be free of gerrymandering. Here's how other countries do redistricting," Monkey Cage Blog, Washington Post, August 7th, 2017

From the Hegemonic to the Scrambled Stalemate, CLACS Working Paper, Brown University, May 2014

Gathering Beans: The Size of Legislative Coalitions in Argentina (1983-2008) (“Juntando Porotos: El Tamaño de las Coaliciones Legislativas en Argentina”), in A. Mustapic, A. Bonvecchi, and J. Zelaznik (comps.), Los Legisladores en el Congreso Argentino, Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, 2012

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