Quick Links to Publications and Supplementary Files

BOOK

Foreign and Domestic Investment in Argentina:  The Politics of Privatized Infrastructure. 2014.  New York:  Cambridge University Press. 


EDITED VOLUMES

"The Politics of Urban Informality: Innovations in Theory and Research Design from the City's Margins." 2018. Special issue for Studies in Comparative International Development. Vol. 53(3). (Adam Auerbach, Adrienne LeBas, and Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro, co-editors)


ARTICLES

“Using Crowd-Sourced Data to Study Public Services:Insights from Urban India.” 2018. Studies in Comparative International Development.  53(3): 324-342. (with Anustubh Agnihotri and Christopher Hyun)


"State, Society, and Informality in Cities of the Global South." 2018. Studies in Comparative International Development. 53(3): 261-280. (with Adam Auerbach, Adrienne LeBas, and Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro)



"Flows, Leaks, and Blockages in Informational Interventions: A Field Experimental Study of Bangalore's Water Sector." 2018. World Development. 106: 149-160. (With Tanu Kumar and Isha Ray)
[formerly “Transparency ‘Fixes’ for Local Public Services”]


Cities and Politics in the Developing World.”  2018.  The Annual Review of Political Science. Vol. 31: 115-133.


"Frontline Worker Compliance with Transparency Reforms: Barriers Posed by Family and Financial Responsibilities."  2018.  Governance.  31: 65-83. (with Christopher Hyun and Isha Ray).  (Formerly "Why Street Level Bureaucrats Don't Comply: Insights from the Water Valvemen of Bangalore.")


“Hybrid Regimes for Local Public Goods Provision: A Framework for Analysis.” 2017.  Perspectives on Politics.  15(4): 952-966. (with Vivian Bronsoler and Lana Salman).

“How Investor Portfolios Shape Regulatory Outcomes: Privatized Infrastructure After Crises.” 2016. World Development. Vol. 77: 328-345.  (with María Victoria Murillo)
“Policy Traps: Consumer Subsidies in Post-Crisis Argentina.” 2015.  Studies in Comparative International Development50(1): 98-120. 
(with Tomás Bril Mascarenhas)


CHAPTERS

“The Politics of ‘Contracting Out’ to the Private Sector: The Case of Water and Sanitation in Latin America.” In Melani Cammett and Lauren MacLean, eds. The Politics of Nonstate Social Welfare Provision in the Global South. 2014. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.

“The Regulatory State Under Stress: Economic Shocks and Regulatory Bargaining in the Argentine Electricity and Water Sectors.” 2013. In
Navroz Dubash and Bronwen Morgan, eds. The Rise of the Regulatory State of the South: Infrastructure and Development in Emerging Economies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 115-134. (with María Victoria Murillo)


OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Review of “Political Competition, Partisanship and Policy Making in Latin American Public Utilities” by María Victoria Murillo. Political Studies Quarterly. Summer 2011.

Review of “The Political Economy of Water Privatization,” by Matthias Krause (2010). Governance. 23(2): 365-368.

“The Paradoxical Politics of Water Metering in Argentina.” 2009. Poverty in Focus. No. 18, August 2009 [reissued in Spanish, December 2010]

“The Poisson Distribution” (2003). The Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods, Michael Lewis-Beck et al. eds., Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications


PAPERS UNDER REVIEW

"Decentralization and Urban Governance: Evidence To-Date and Avenues for Future Research" (with Christopher Carter)
(for volume on decentralization edited by Jonathan Rodden and Erik Wibbels)


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