Forthcoming. “Women Held Back: The Depressing Effect of Institutional and Norms-Based Barriers on Female Representation in Corrupt Contexts.” In Corruption, Gender and Norms, edited by Ina Kubbe and Ortrun Merkle. Edward Elgar Publishing (with Kelly Senters Piazza)

2020. “Light in the Midst of Chaos: COVID-19 and Female Political Representation.” World Development 136: 105125 (with Kelly Senters Piazza)

2020. “Survey Experiments and the Quest for Valid Interpretation.” In The SAGE Handbook of Research Methods in Political Science and International Relations, edited by Luigi Curini and Robert Franzese. London: Sage (with Christopher Grady and James H. Kuklinski)

2014. “Civic Education and Voter Turnout Under Voluntary Voting.” Política 52(1): 61-91 (In Spanish)

Working Papers

“Assessing the Validity of Prevalence Estimates in Double List Experiments.”

“A Model Selection Approach to Interference.”
[Appendix] [Data]
Best poster award. 2019 Latin American Political Methodology Meeting

“Bad Neighbors Make Good Fences: How Politicians Mitigate the Electoral Consequences of Nearby Corruption in Brazil.”

Work in Progress

When Should We Use Biased Estimators of the Average Treatment Effect? (with Jake Bowers and Christopher Grady)
[EGAP resource]

Mayors Alter Spending to Counter the Electoral Consequences of Increased Monitoring: Evidence from Anti-Corruption Audits in Brazil