Research

Articles

“Union Affiliation and Civic Engagement: Teachers in Bogotá, Colombia” (with R. Douglas Hecock). Forthcoming. Latin American Politics & Society.

Adjustment Policies, Union Structures, and Strategies of Mobilization: Teacher Politics in Mexico and Argentina.” 2021. Comparative Politics.

Chapters 

Parties and Non-State Actors in Latin America,” (with Santiago Anria). 2020. In Jennifer Cyr, ed., Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Politics.

“Teachers’ Unions in México, The Politics of Patronage”  with Leslie Finger, in Terry M.Moe and Susanne Wiborg, eds., The Comparative Politics of Education: Teachers Unions and Education Systems Around the World. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2017.

“Teachers’ Unions, Protest, and Electoral Participation (Spanish)” with Henry Bocanegra, Dialogo de Saberes. No. 40, January-June 2014,  pp. 55-76.

“Data Collection, Opportunity Costs, and Problem Solving: Lessons from Field Research on Teachers’ Unions in Latin America”  PS: Political Science & Politics, Volume 47, Issue 02, April 2014, pp 405-409

“Teachers, Mayors, and the Transformation of Clientelism in Colombia,”  with Kent Eaton, in Diego Abente Brun and Larry Diamond, eds., Clientelism, Social Policy and the Quality of Democracy Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014.

“Popular Representation in Contemporary Latin American Politics: An Agenda for Research,”   with Ruth Berins Collier, in Peter Kingstone and Deborah Yashar, eds. Routledge Handbook of Latin American Politics Taylor & Francis, 2012.

Work in Progress

Mobilizing Teachers: The Political Strategies of Mass Member Organizations in Latin America. Book manuscript.

“Pandemic, Corporativism and Democracy: the Case of the Mexican Teachers’ Union” (with Aldo Muñoz).

“Vested Interests in New Democracies: The Political Economy of Teachers’ Unions in Indonesia” (with Amanda Beatty and Rezanti Pramana).

“Endless Wars and Right-Wing Populists: Colombia and Israel in Comparative Perspective” (with Brent Sasley).

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