Articles and Book Chapters
“Incentives for Organizational Participation: A Recruitment Experiment in Mexico” (with Brian Palmer-Rubin and Mathias Poertner), Comparative Political Studies (forthcoming).
“The Multilevel Politics of Enforcement: Environmental Institutions in Argentina” (with Belén Fernández-Milmanda), Politics & Society (March 2020): 3-26. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0032329219894074.
“Including Outsiders in Latin America: Social Policy, Social Movements and Political Parties” in Kapiszewski, Diana, Steve Levitsky, and Deborah Yashar (eds.), The Inclusionary Turn in Contemporary Latin America (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).
“A Multilevel Approach to Enforcement: Forest Protection in the Argentine Chaco” (with Belén Fernández-Milmanda) in Brinks, Daniel, Steve Levitsky and Victoria Murillo (eds.), The Politics of Institutional Weakness in Latin America (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming April 2020).
“Local Health Care Provision as a Territorial Power-Building Strategy, Non-Aligned Mayors in Argentina” (with Maria Marta Maroto), Comparative Politics 52, No 1 (October 2019). https://jcp.gc.cuny.edu/2019/09/08/volume-51-number-1-october-2019/
“Subnational Variation in Forest Protection in the Argentine Chaco” (with Belén Fernández-Milmanda), World Development 118 (June 2019): 79-90.pdf
“Redistribution under the Right in Latin America: Electoral Competition and Organized Actors in Policymaking” (with Tasha Fairfield), Comparative Political Studies 50, No 14 (December 2017): 1871-1906.
- 2019 Best Article Prize, Economics and Politics Section, Latin American Studies Association (LASA).
“Los movimientos de desocupados en el Conurbano: protesta, política social y política partidaria,” in Zarazaga Rodrigo and Lucas Ronconi (eds.), Conurbano Infinito (Buenos Aires: Siglo XXI editores, 2017 [Third edition]).
“Argentina’s Left Populism in Comparative Perspective” (with Sebastian Etchemendy), in Steven Levitsky and Kenneth Roberts (eds.), The Resurgence of the Latin American Left (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011).
“Associational Linkages to Labor Unions and Political Parties” in Ruth Berins Collier and Samuel Handlin (eds.), Reorganizing Popular Politics: Participation and the New Interest Regime in Latin America (Pennsylvania: Penn State University Press, 2009).
Manuscripts under Review
"Organizational Brokerage of Social Benefits: Evidence from Mexico," (with Brian Palmer-Rubin and Mathias Poertner), under review.