Alongside co-authors, my former and current PhD students are at the core of a research community striving to push out the boundaries of political economy on the fundamental causes of development and non-development, and pioneering Q2 methods for subnational analysis.
Local Politics, Democratization, and Violence in Colombia
Local Taxation and Democratic Accountability in Mexico
Essays on Risk-Sharing Mechanisms and Health Services Delivery in Rural India
Unpacking ‘Institutions’, a Subnational Approach: Property rights, infrastructure and violence in Colombia
Essays in Education Decentralization: A Case Study of Pakistan
From Unfinished Modernization to State Crisis: The Gap between Legality and Legitimacy in Bolivia (2000-2008)