[1] “Voting for the Lesser Evil: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment in Romania” (with Isabela Mares). 2019. Political Science Research and Methods, 1-14. [Paper] [Appendix]

[2] “Policy Preferences after Crime Victimization: Panel and Survey Evidence from Latin America.” 2019. British Journal of Political Science, 1-15. [Paper] [Appendix]

[3] “Handling Limited Overlap in Observational Studies with Cardinality Matching” (with José R. Zubizarreta). 2018. Observational Studies, 4: 217-249. [Paper]

[4] “Electoral Reform Under Limited Party Competition: The Adoption of Proportional Representation in Latin America” (with Gabriel Negretto). 2018. Latin American Politics and Society, 60(1): 27-51. [Paper]

[5] “Economic Perceptions and Electoral Choices: A Design-Based Approach.” 2017. Political Science Research and Methods, 1-19. [Paper] [Appendix]

[6] “Economic Performance and Incumbents’ Support in Latin America” (with M. Victoria Murillo). 2017. Electoral Studies, 45: 180-190. [Paper] [Appendix]

[7] “Cross-Time Behavior of the Chilean Congress: Growth or Stagnation of its Influence?” 2011. Revista de Ciencia Politica, 31(1): 91-115 [In Spanish]. [Paper]

Working papers

[8] “Partners Against Crime: Can Political Alignment Reduce Criminal Activities?” (with Carla Alberti and Diego Díaz-Rioseco).

[9] “Who Pays for Crime? Criminal Violence and Accountability in Latin America” (with Miguel Carreras).

[10] “Do Natural Disasters Change People’s Perceptions and Preferences about Climate Change?” (with Kayla Young).

[11] “The Effect of Electing Women on Local Politics: Evidence from Chile” (with Carla Alberti and Diego Díaz-Rioseco).

[12] “The Trump Election and Anti-American Attitudes in Latin America” (with Miguel Carreras and Igor Acácio).

[13] “Constructing Generalizable Local Geographic Natural Experiments” (with Owura Kuffuor and Kayla Young).

[14] “Myopic Citizens, Provision of Private and Public Goods, and Natural Catastrophes.”

[15] “Combining a Natural and Conjoint Experiment to Learn about Citizens’ Post-Disaster Electoral Choices.”

[16] “Re-evaluating the Role of Ideology in Chile.”

[16] “Who is the Distributor? Explaining Variation in Transfers to Local Governments.”