The Politics of Hard Times: Fiscal Policy and the Endogeneity of Economic Recessions. In Miles Kahler and David Lake, editors, Politics in the New Hard Times: The Great Recession and Contemporary Perspective, Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 2013.
The Politics of Chinese Investment in the US, with Tim Frye. In Karl Sauvant, editor, Investing in the United States: Is the US Ready for FDI from China. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2009. A description of the book and table of content can be found at the publisher’s website.
Heeding to the Losers from Trade. Evidence from Legislators’ Trade Policy Preferences and Legislative Behavior. Legislative Studies Quarterly, forthcoming, with M. Victoria Murillo. Early View. Recipient of 2016 MPSA Award for best paper in International Relations presented at the 2015 Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association.
Constituency Effects and Legislative Dissent Under Closed-List Proportional Representation. Latin American Politics and Society, Vol. 63 , Issue 2 , May 2021, pp. 78–99, with Eduardo Aleman, Juan Pablo Micozzi, and Sebastian Saiegh. Journal version available from Latin American Politics and Society.
Disentangling the Role of Ideology and Partisanship in Legislative Voting: Evidence from Argentina. Legislative Studies Quarterly Vol. 43, No. 2 (May 2018), pp. 245-273, with Eduardo Aleman, Juan Pablo Micozzi and Sebastian Saiegh. Journal version available at Legislative Studies Quarterly. Working paper version can de downloaded here.
Improving Access to Voting with Optimized Matchings. Electoral Studies Vol. 51 (February 2018), pp. 38-48, with Guillermo Duran, Mauro Giormenti, Mario Guajardo, Pablo A. Rey, and Nicolas E. Stier-Moses. Journal version available at Electoral Studies. Working paper version can be dowloaded here.
The Distributional Consequences of Preferential Trade Liberalization: Firm-Level Evidence. International Organization 71 no. 2 (Spring 2017), pp. 373-395, with Leonardo Baccini and Stephen Weymouth. Journal version available at International Organization.
Fortune or Evil? The Effects of Inward Foreign Direct Investment on Corruption. International Studies Quarterly 60 no. 4 (2016), pp. 693-705, with Boliang Zhu. Journal version available International Studies Quarterly.
Partisan Cycles in Offshore Outsourcing: Evidence from U.S. Imports. Economics & Politics 38 no. 3 (November 2016), pp. 233–261, with Stephen Weymouth. Journal version available at Economics & Politics.
Dyadic Analysis in International Relations: A Cautionary Tale. Political Analysis, Vol. 22, No. 4 (Autumn 2014), pp. 457–463, with Robert S. Erikson and Kelly T. Rader. Journal version available at Political Analysis. Earlier versions of this paper were presented at the annual meetings of the APSA (2009) and IPES (2009) under the title “Dirty Pool Revisited: When Less is More.”
Sensitivity to Issue Framing on Trade Policy Preferences: evidence from a survey experiment. International Organization, Vol. 67, No. 2, April 2013, pp 411-437, with Martin Ardanaz and M. Victoria Murillo. Journal version available at International Organization.
Randomization Tests and Multi-Level Data in State Politics, (with Robert S. Erikson and Kelly T. Rader). State Politics & Policy Quarterly, Vol. 10, No. 2 (Summer 2010), 180-198. Journal version available at State Politics & Policy Quarterly.
The Politics of Stock Market Development, (with Peter Gourevitch and Stephen Weymouth). Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 17, No. 2 Issue 2 (2010), 378-409. Journal version available through Taylor and Francis.
The Politics of Investment. Partisanship and the Sectoral Allocation of Foreign Direct Investment, (with Santiago M. Pinto). Economics & Politics, Vol. 20, No. 2 (June 2008), 216-254. Journal version available through Wiley Online; working paper version available for download at SSRN.
The Political Determinants of Economic Performance. Political Competition and the Sources of Growth (with Jeff Timmons). Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 38, No. 1 (2005), 26-50. Journal version available through Sage Journals Online. Link to web appendix with additional results omitted from publication due to space constraints.
Work in Progress:
Heterogeneous Districts, Interests, and Trade Policy, with Kishore Gawande, and Santiago M. Pinto. Download
Partisanship and the Allocation of Foreign Investment under Imperfect Capital Mobility, with Santiago M. Pinto. Download
Opportunistic policies under varying costs of redeployment: evidence from the auto industry, with Santiago M. Pinto. Download
Regulating Foreign Investment: A Study of the Properties of Bilateral Investment Regimes, with Santiago M. Pinto and Nicolas Stier-Moses. Download
A Re-Examination of Gender, Descriptive Representation, and Trade Policy, with Ulkar Imamverdiyeva and Patrick Shea. Download
Love thy neighbor: Moral suasion and the formation of immigration policy preferences, with Leonardo Antenangeli and Jeff Church.
Global Production, Market Dynamics, and Governance. The Political Consequences of Inward Foreign Direct Investment, with Boliang Zhu (unpublished book manuscript).
The Multidimensionality of Governance: Unpacking the effect of elections, rule of law and contract enforcement on investment risk, with Susan Achury and Rodrigo Nuñez-Donoso.
Industry segmentation and the market for protection: Evidence from oil, with Llewelyn Hughes. Download.
Democracy and Wellbeing: A difference-in-differences analysis of the consequences of regime transitions, with Robert Erikson and Kelly Rader.
Fiscal Policy in Good Times and Bad Times: Distributive motivations and pro-cyclical spending in Argentina, with Martin Ardanaz and Santiago M. Pinto. Download.
The Politics of Investment: Partisan Governments, Wages and Employment, with Santiago M. Pinto. Download.
No Entiendo: The Effects of Bilingualism on Hispanic Earnings, with Jeronimo Cortina and Rodolfo de la Garza. Columbia University, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP) Working Paper Series No. 2007 | 03.
Does Partisanship Affect the Regulation of Foreign Investment? Download.
Tying Hands vs. Exchanging Hostages. Domestic Coalitions, Political Constraints and FDI. Download.