Comparative Politics &
                                          Political Economy


2017. Race, Resources, and Representation: Evidence from Brazilian Politicians. Forthcoming (April 2017), World Politics (69) 1 (with Natália S. Bueno).

2016. Transparency and Reproducibility in Multi-Method Research. Revista de Ciencia Política 36 (3): 773-83 (with Fernando Rosenblatt).

2016. Transparency, Replication, and Cumulative Learning: What Experiments Alone Cannot Achieve. Annual Review of Political Science 19: 541-63.

2014. Positive vs. Negative Incentives for Compliance: Evaluating a Randomized Tax Holiday (Pre-analysis plan) (with Felipe Monestier, Rafael Piñeiro, Fernando Rosenblatt, and Guadalupe Tuñón), 7/23/14. First amendment (10/19/2014). Mock analysis of administrative data. Second amendment with mock analysis of survey data. Revision to Table 7.3 (omitted from second amendement).

2013. Brokers, Voters, and Clientelism: The Puzzle of Distributive Politics.” Cambridge University Press (with Susan Stokes, Marcelo Nazareno, and Valeria Brusco).

Winner of the Luebbert Book Award for best book in comparative politics, American Political Science Association (2014); Winner of the Best Book award from APSA’s Comparative Democratization section; Honorable Mention, 2011 Best Paper Award, Comparative Democratization Section of APSA (with Susan Stokes, for a paper based on Chapter 8).

2013. Ethnic Quotas and Political Mobilization: Caste, Parties, and Distribution in Indian Village Councils. American Political Science Review 107 (1): 35-56 (with Janhavi Nilekani). Background materials, including survey instruments and the Online Appendix, are here.

2011. Fighting and Voting: Violent Conflict and Electoral Politics. Introduction to a special issue of Journal of Conflict Resolution, 55 (3): 327 – 339.

2010. Race, Class, and Voter Preferences in Brazil. Working Paper, Department of Political Science, Yale University. Background materials are here.

2010. The Politics of Language, Race, and Class: Experimental Evidence from South Africa. Working Paper, Department of Political Science, Yale University. Background materials are here.

2010. Do Quotas Promote Ethnic Solidarity? Field and Natural Experimental Evidence from India. Working paper, Department of Political Science, Yale University. Background materials are here.

2010. Cross-Cutting Cleavages and Ethnic Voting: An Experimental Study of Cousinage in Mali. American Political Science Review 104 (1): 21-39 (with Lauren Harrison). Background and replication materials are here.

2010. Endogenous Oil Rents. Comparative Political Studies 43 (4). A supplementary figure showing the Venezuelan state’s take of net oil income is here.

2009. Direct Action and Associational Participation: The Problem-Solving Repertoires of Individuals. 2009. In Ruth Berins Collier and Samuel P. Handlin, eds., Reorganizing Popular Politics: Participation and the New Interest Regime in Latin America Penn State University Press.

2008.Crude Democracy: Natural Resource Wealth and Political Regimes. 2008. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics, Cambridge University Press.

Winner of the best book award from the Comparative Democratization Section of the American Political Science Association and Gaddis Smith International Book Prize for the best first book on an international subject by a member of the Yale faculty. The dissertation on which the book is based won the Mancur Olson Prize from the Political Economy Section of the American Political Science Association, for the best dissertation in the field of political economy completed in the previous two years.

2005. Resource Dependence, Economic Performance and Political Stability. Journal of Conflict Resolution, Volume 49, Number 4: 451-482.

2005. Classic Questions, New Contexts: Development in an Era of Bits and Bytes. Introduction to Taylor Boas and Thad Dunning, eds., special issue of Studies in Comparative International Development, 40 (2) (with Taylor Boas). Click here to see the full special issue.

2005. Will the Digital Revolution Revolutionize Development? Drawing Together the Debate. Conclusion to Taylor Boas and Thad Dunning, eds., special issue of Studies in Comparative International Development, 40 (2) (with Taylor Boas and Jennifer Bussell). Click here to see the full special issue.

2004. Conditioning the Effects of Aid: Cold War Politics, Donor Credibility, and Democracy in Africa. International Organization, 58 (2), Spring 2004. Replication data are available as text and .csv files.

2004. Oil and the Political Economy of Conflict in Colombia and Beyond: A linkages approach. Geopolitics, 9 (1) (with Leslie Wirpsa).

2004. Transplants to Hybrids: Exploring Institutional Pathways to Growth. Introduction to Thad Dunning and Grigore Pop-Eleches, eds., “Institutions for Economic Development: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach,” a special issue of Studies in Comparative International Development, 38 (4) (with Grigore Pop-Eleches). Click here to see the full special issue.