Publicaciones e Investigación


  • Social Policy Expansion in Latin America (New York: Cambridge University Press 2016).

Libros en Curso

  • Labor Coalitions in Unequal Societies (advance contract with Cambridge University Press).
  • Social Policy in the Global South (advance contract with Cambridge University Press, Element Series on the Politics of Development).

Artículos y Capítulos

  • “When Mayors Deliver: Political Alignment and Wellbeing” (with Emilia Simison), Studies in Comparative International Development, forthcoming. 
  • “Redefining Labor Organizing in Latin America” in Centeno, Miguel and Agustín Ferraro (eds.), The Neoliberal State and Beyond (New York: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).
  • “Incentives for Organizational Participation: A Recruitment Experiment in Mexico” (with Brian Palmer-Rubin and Mathias Poertner), Comparative Political Studies 54, No 1 (January 2021): 110-143.
  • “Including Outsiders in Latin America” in Kapiszewski, Diana, Steven Levitsky, and Deborah Yashar (eds.), The Inclusionary Turn: Democracy and Citizenship in Latin America (New York: Cambridge University Press 2021).
  • “A Multilevel Approach to Enforcement: Forest Protection in the Argentine Chaco” (with Belén Fernández-Milmanda) in Brinks, Daniel, Steven Levitsky, and M. Victoria Murillo (eds.), Understanding Weak Institutions: Lessons from Latin America (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020).
  • “Organizational and Partisan Brokerage of Social Benefits: Evidence of Social Policy Linkages in Mexico” (with Brian Palmer-Rubin and Mathias Poertner), World Development 136 (December 2020).
  • “The Multilevel Politics of Enforcement: Environmental Institutions in Argentina” (with Belén Fernández-Milmanda), Politics & Society 48, No 1 (March 2020): 3-26.
  • 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): 105-125.
  • “Subnational Variation in Forest Protection in the Argentine Chaco” (with Belén Fernández-Milmanda), World Development 118 (June 2019): 79-90.
  • 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.
  • “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).
  • “Argentina’s Left Populism in Comparative Perspective” (with Sebastian Etchemendy) in Levitsky, Steven 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 Collier, Ruth Berins and Samuel Handlin (eds.), Reorganizing Popular Politics: Participation and the New Interest Regime in Latin America (Pennsylvania: Penn State University Press, 2009).
  • “Social Policy and Collective Action: Unemployed Workers, Community Associations and Protest in Argentina,” Politics & Society 35, No 2 (June 2007): 301-328.