The Politics of Institutional Weakness in Latin America (Cambridge University Press, 2020) co-edited with Daniel Brinks and Steven Levitsky.
Understanding Institutional Weakness: Power and Design in Latin American Institutions (Cambridge University Press, Elements in Latin American Politics and Society Series, 2019) co-authored with with Daniel Brinks and Steven Levitsky.
Non-Policy Politics: Richer Voters, Poorer Voters and the Diversification of Electoral Strategies (Cambridge University Press, 2019), co-authored with Ernesto Calvo.
Political Competition, Partisanship, and Policymaking in Latin America (Cambridge University Press, 2009).
Labor Unions, Partisan Coalitions, and Market Reforms in Latin America (Cambridge University Press, Comparative Politics Series, 2001). Selected for Choice’s Outstanding Academic Titles 2003 in the Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Argentine Democracy: the Politics of Institutional Weakness (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2005). Co-edited with Steven Levitsky.
“Heeding to the Losers from Trade: Evidence from Legislators Policy Trade Preferences and Legislative Behavior”(with Pablo Pinto), Legislative Studies Quarterly, published online June 2021. Winner of the Best Paper Award in International Relations presented in the MPSA 2015 Conference
“The Most Vulnerable Poor: Clientelism Among Slum Dwellers” (with Virginia Oliveros and Rodrigo Zarazaga), Studies in Comparative International Development, published online April 2021.
“Argentina: Peronism Returns” (with Rodrigo Zarazaga) Journal of Democracy Volume 31, Number 2, April 2020, pp. 125-136.
“Protest of Abundance: Distributive Conflict over Agricultural Rents in Argentina, 2003-2013” (with Jorge Mangonnet), Comparative Political Studies (2020, online first).
“Local Economic Voting and the Agricultural Boom in Argentin 2007 2015“(with Jorge Mangonnet and Julia Rubio) Latin American Politics and Society (2018).
Latin American Democracies Breaking the Left Tide or Electoral Alternation with a Plebiscitarian Flavor (1) (1), Columbia University Journal of Politics and Society. 26/2 (Spring 2016), 2-6.
“Argentina Leans Right: The Election and What Will Follow”, Foreign Affairs Website, November 1, 2015.
How Investor Portfolio Shape Regulatory Outcomes: Privatized Infrastructure After Crisis (with Alison Post) World Development 77 (January 2016).
“Curtain’s for Argentina’s Kirchner Era Current History (February 2015).
Latin American Political Economy: Making Sense of a New Reality (with Juan Pablo Luna and Andrew Schrank), Latin American Politics and Society 56/1 (Spring 2014).
“Building Institutions on Weak Foundations: Lessons from Latin America” (with Steven Levitsky) Journal of Democracy 24/2 (April 2013), 95-107
“Sensitivity to Issue Framing on Trade Policy Preferences: Evidence from a Survey Experiment” (with Pablo Pinto and Martin Ardanaz) International Organization 67/2 (March 2013), 412-432
“When Parties Meet Voters Partisan Networks and Distributive Expectations in Argentina and Chile” (with Ernesto Calvo), Comparative Political Studies 46/7 (July 2013), 852-882
“The Persistence of Peronism” (with Ernesto Calvo) Journal of Democracy 23/2 (2012), 148-161.
“Agency Under Constraint: Ideological preferences and the politics of electricity regulation in Latin America” (with Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo) Regulation and Governance, Vol. 5, No.3 (2011), 350- 367.
Electoral Revolution or Democratic Alternation (with Virginia Oliveros and Milan Vaishnav) Latin American Research Review Vol.45, No.3 (2010), 88-111.
“The Causes and Implications of Variation in Institutional Strength” (with Steven Levitsky) Annual Review of Political Science vol. 12 (2009), 115-133.
“From Kirchner to Kirchner” (with Steven Levitsky) Journal of Democracy Vol 19. No.2 (April 2008), 16-30, reprinted in Larry Diamond, Marc Plattner and Diego Abente Brun (eds) Latin American Struggles for Democracy (National Endowment for Democracy-Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009), 17-19.
“Political Competition and Policy Adoption: Market Reforms in Latin American Public Utilities” (with Cecilia Martínez Gallardo) American Journal of Political Science Vol. 51, No. 1 (January 2007), 120-139.
“Crisis and Policymaking in Latin America: the Case of Chile’s 1998-99 Electricity Crisis” (with Carmen Le Foulon), World Development, Vol. 34, No. 9 (September 2006), 1580-1596.
“Partisanship Amidst Convergence: Labor Market Reforms in Latin America,” Comparative Politics Vol. 37, No. 4 (July 2005), 441-458.
“With a Little Help from my Friends: External and Domestic Allies and Labor Rights in Latin America” (with Andrew Schrank), Comparative Political Studies Vol. 38, No. 8 (October 2005), 971-999.
“Who Delivers” (with Ernesto Calvo) American Journal of Political Science Vol. 48, No. 4 (October 2004), 742-757. Winner of the Luebbert Award (CP-APSA).
“Teachers’ Strikes in Argentina: Partisan Alignments and Public Sector Labor Relations” (with Lucas Ronconi), Studies in Comparative International Development, Vol. 39, No. 1 (Spring 2004), 77-98.
“Argentina Weathers The Storm” (with Steven Levitsky), Journal of Democracy, Vol. 14, No. 4, (October 2003),152-166.
“Decentralization in Argentina” (with Nadir Habibi, Cindy Huang, Diego Miranda, Gustav Ranis, Mainak Sarkar and Frances Steward), Journal of Human Development Vol. 4, No. 1 (March 2003), 73-101.
“Political Bias in Policy Convergence. Privatization Choices in Latin America,” World Politics Vol. 54, No.4 (July 2002), 462-493.
“From Populism to Neoliberalism: Labor Unions and Market Reforms in Latin America,” World Politics Vol .52, No. 2 (January 2000), 135-174.
“Recovering Political Dynamics: Teachers’ Unions and the Decentralization of Education in Argentina and Mexico”,Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs, Vol. 41, No. 1, (Spring 1999), 31-57.
“The 1993 Argentine Elections” (with Ernesto Cabrera) in Electoral Studies, Vol. 13, No. 2, (1994), 150-156.
“Crisis, Boom, and the Restructuring of the Argentine Party System (1999-2015)” (with Steven Levitsky) in Noam Lupu, Virginia Oliveros, and Luis Schiumerini (eds.) Campaigns and Voters in Developing Democracies: Argentina in Comparative Perspective (Michigan University Press, 2019).
“Building Institutions on Weak Foundations: Lessons from Latin America” (with Steven Levitsky) in Daniel Brinks, Marcelo Leiras, and Scott Mainwaring (eds.) Reflections on Uneven Democracies. The Legacy of Guillermo O’Donnell, Johns Hopkins University Press,)
“From What to Get to How to Get It: Partisan Linkages and Social Policy Delivery in Argentina and Chile” (with Ernesto Calvo) in D. Abente Brun and L.Diamond (eds.) Political Clientelism, Social Policy, and the Quality of Democracy (Johns Hopkins University Press).
“The Regulatory State Under Stress: Economic Shocks and Regulatory Bargaining in the Argentine Electricity and Water Sectors” (with Alison Post) in Brownen Morgan and Navroz Dubash (eds) The Regulatory State in the Global South Oxford University Press (2013).
“Argentina after the Storm: Democratic consolidation, partisan dealignment, and institutional weakness” (with Ernesto Calvo) in J.I. Dominguez and M.Shifter (eds) Constructing Democratic Governance in Latin America (4thedition) (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013).
“Latin American Labor Reforms: Evaluating Risk and Security” (with Lucas Ronconi & Andrew Schrank) in José Antonio Ocampo and Jaime Ros, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Latin American Economics. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011). Originally prepared for the United Nations Development Program.
“Voting for the Left or Governing on the Left?” (with Virginia Oliveros and Milan Vaishnav) in Steven Levitsky and Kenneth Roberts (eds) Latin American Left Turn (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011).
“Labor Organizations and Their Role in the Era of Political and Economic Reform” (with Andrew Schrank) in Carlos Scartascini, Ernesto Stein and Mariano Tommasi (eds.) How Democracy Works. Political Institutions, Actors, and Arenas in Latin American Policymaking (Inter-American Development Bank & David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University, 2010). Originally prepared for the Inter-American Development Bank.
“A New Law of Argentine Politics” (with Ernesto Calvo) in Steven Levitsky and Maria Victoria Murillo (eds) Argentine Democracy: the Politics of Institutional Weakness (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2005).
“Introduction” (with Steven Levitsky) in Steven Levitsky and Maria Victoria Murillo (eds.) Argentine Democracy: the Politics of Institutional Weakness, (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2005).
“Building Castles in the Sand? The Politics of Institutional Weakness in Argentina” (with Steven Levitsky) in Steven Levitsky and Maria Victoria Murillo (eds.) Argentine Democracy: the Politics of Institutional Weakness, (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2005).
“Theorizing about Weak Institutions: Lessons from the Argentine Case“(with Steve Levitsky) in Steven Levitsky and Maria Victoria Murillo (eds.) Argentine Democracy: the Politics of Institutional Weakness, (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2005).
“The Economic Effects of Unions in Latin America: Teachers’ Unions and Education in Argentina” (with Mariano Tommasi, Lucas Ronconi, and Juan Sanguinetti) in Peter Kuhn and Gustavo Márquez (eds.) What Difference Do Unions Make?, (Washington DC: Inter-American Development Bank, 2005.) Originally prepared for the Inter-American Development Bank.
“Latin American Labor at the Cross-Roads” in Jorge I. Domínguez and Michael Shifter (eds) Democratic Governance in Latin America and the Caribbean (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003).
“Industrial Competition and Union Responses to Macro-Economic and Sector-Specific Adjustment in Mexico” in Christopher Candland and Rudra Sil (eds). Industrial Relations in the Age of Globalization, (Oxford University Press, 2001).
“Union Politics, Market-Oriented Reforms and the Reshaping of Argentine Corporatism” in Douglas Chalmers et al. (eds.), The New Politics of Inequality in Latin America: Rethinking Participation and Representation, (Oxford University Press, 1997).
“A Strained Alliance: Continuity and Change in Mexican Labor Politics,” in Monica Serrano ed. Mexico: Assessing Neo-Liberal Reform (Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London, 1997).
“Teachers Unions and Public Education“. Review of Special Interest by Terry Moe, Perspectives on Politics,Vol.10. No.1, (March 2012)
“Tax Evasion and the Rule of the Law In Latin America” by Marcelo Bergman in Political Science Quarterly Vol. 126/1 (Spring 2011).
“The Politics of Freeing Markets in Latin America. Chile, Argentina, and Mexico” by Judith Teichman in Journal of Latin America Studies Vol. 35, No.1 (February 2003).
“Mandates and Democracy” by Susan Stokes, Studies in Comparative International Development Vol 37, No.3 (Fall 2002).
“Privatization South American Style” by Luigi Manzetti, APSR, Vol. 95, No.1 (March 2001.)
“Organizing Dissent: Unions, the State, and the Democratic Teachers’ Movement in Mexico” by Maria Lorena Cook, Journal of Latin American Studies, Vol. 51 (1999.)
“Heroic Defeats: The Politics of Job Loss” by Miriam Golden, APSA-Comparative Politics. Newsletter of the APSA organized section in Comparative Politics, Vol. 9, No.1 (Winter 1998.)