Corruption As An Only Option: The Limits to Electoral Accountability (Forthcoming in The Journal of Politics)
Fighting Corruption, Curbing Cynicism? The Public Opinion Effects of Anti-Corruption Judicial Activism in Brazil (with Ezequiel González-Ocantos)
Says Who? The impact of sources of corruption accusations in Colombia. Political Research Quarterly, 68(3): 493-504, 2015. (with Sandra Botero, Rodrigo Castro Cornejo, Laura Gamboa, and David Nickerson)
Are All Types of Wrongdoing Created Equal in the Eyes of Voters? (with Sandra Botero, Rodrigo Castro Cornejo, Laura Gamboa, and David Nickerson)
Conditional Cash Transfer Programs and Electoral Accountability: Evidence From Latin America. Latin American Politics and Society, 58(2), 2016.
Corruption, Courts, and Public Opinion in Brazil. In: Rotberg, Robert (ed). Corruption in Latin America: How Politicians and Corporations Steal from Citizens. Springer, 2018.
Elections & Campaigns
What kills a rumor? (with Frederico Batista, Natália Bueno and Felipe Nunes)
Campaign Images and Citizen-Politician Linkages: Exploring Visual Appeals in Presidential Campaigns in Sub Saharan Africa and Latin America with Jaimie Bleck and Pilar Giannini
Under Friendly Fire: Partisan Press, Political Fragmentation and Candidate Evaluations in Argentina (with Sandra Botero, Rodrigo Castro Cornejo, Laura Gamboa, and David Nickerson)
Echoes or Choices? The Determinants of Perceived Differences In Electoral Choice Options
Cleaning House In Brazil. The Global Journal. March & April 2013.
Dataset Review: Counting Veto Players, Newsletter of the American Political Science Association Organized Section in Comparative Politics. Volume 21, Number 1 (Winter 2010).