- “Making Sense of Competitive Authoritarianism: Lessons from the Andes,” Latin American Politics and Society, 2018.
- Latin America’s Left Turns: Politics, Policies, and Trajectories of Change, edited with Eric Hershberg, 2010.
- “The Return of Oligarchy: Threats to Representative Democracy in Latin America,” Third World Quarterly, forthcoming.
Current courses: POLI 511 - Comparative Politics
Current research projects: Resilience of Defective Democracies in the Andes
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- “The Slow Violence of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Case of Mining in Peru” w Jonathan Kishen Gamu, Third World Quarterly, 2018.
- Paths to a Green World: The Political Economy of the Global Environment, 2005.
- The Shadows of Consumption: Consequences for the Global Environment, 2008.
Teaching 2021: POLI 562A - Topics in IR: Global Environmental Politics
Current Research Projects: Corporations and the Politics of Environmental Activism in the Global South
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- "Self-efficacy and Citizen Engagement in Development: Experimental Evidence from Tanzania," Journal of Experimental Political Science, 2021.
Current courses: POLI 516D - The Comparative Political Economy of Development
Current projects: Effects of Refugee Exposure on Local Development and Electoral Outcomes: Evidence from Uganda
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POLI 562A - Topics in IR: Global Environmental Politics
POLI 511 - Comparative Politics
POLI 516D - The Comparative Political Economy of Development