2018. Breaking State Impunity in Post-Authoritarian Regimes. Why Transitional Justice Mechanisms Deter Criminal Violence in New Democracies. Journal of Peace Research, 55(6): 787-809. (With Guillermo Trejo and Lucia Tiscornia).
2018. Criminalized Electoral Politics in Brazilian Urban Peripheries. Crime, Law, and Social Change, 69(4): 553-575.
2018. De-Institutionalization without Collapse: Colombia’s Party System. In Scott Mainwaring (Ed.), Latin American Party Systems: Institutionalization, Decay and Collapse. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 272-254 (with L. Gamboa and S. Mainwaring).
Work in progress
Criminalized Electoral Politics. The Socio-Political Foundations of Electoral Violence in Brazil. [Working title]
Papers and Book Chapters:
- Determinants of State Strength and Capacity: Understanding Citizen Allegiance. In: Challenges for Peace and Transitional Justice in Colombia, eds. James Meernik and Jacqueline DeMeritt. New York: Cambridge University Press. With Sarah Zukerman Daly. (Forthcoming)
- Parties, Electoral Competition, and Criminal Political Violence in Brazil.
- Criminalized Democracy: The Electoral Impact of Rio de Janeiro’s Gangs. (With Nicholas Barnes)
- Mall Cop or Robocop? The Political Determinants of Police Militarization in Brazil. (With Lucía Tiscornia)
- Armed Conflict and Ideological Self-Placement in Colombian Public Opinion.
- Exploring Intra-Party Competition and the Effects of Electoral Reform. A Look at Colombia’s Local Elections, 1997-2011. (With Juan Pablo Milanese)
- Public Opinion and Support for Transitional Justice in Colombia. Evidence from a Survey Experiment. (With Laura Gamboa)
- (Un)protected Status: Citizenship Status and Divergent Subfederal Immigration Laws (With Andrea Peña-Vasquez, Ricardo Ramirez, and Juan A. Valdez)