Work in Progress

“Incumbent Party Corruption and Clientelism: Evidence from Mexican Local Elections”, presented at the comparative politics workshop, Wisconsin 2015, the comparative politics seminar at Columbia University, and the Political Behavior seminar at Harvard University.

“Can intrastate accountability reduce local capture? Results from a field experiment in Mexico” (with Fernando Martel), presented at Midwest 2015, SPSA 2015, EGAP-Princeton 2014, and the comparative politics seminar at MIT and Princeton.

“Fighting Poverty without Conditions?: How Program Design Affects Preferences for Redistribution” (with Baobao Zhang), presented at APSA 2014

“Credit Claiming and Votes in Multi-level Governments, Evidence from an Infrastructure Program in Mexico” (with Miriam Bruhn), presented at APSA and Comparative Political Economy Workshop at Duke

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