"On the Role of Distance for Outward Foreign Investment"
"The Impact of Election Administration on the Legitimacy of Emerging Democracies: A New Research Agenda"
The Vote Share of New and Young Parties
(w/ Scott Mainwaring and Carlos Gervasoni)
"Labor, Politics, and Industrialization in the Dominican Republic"
"Torn Between Authoritarianism and Crisis-Prone Democracy: The Dominican Labor Movement"
"Unlikely Transitions to Uncertain Regimes? Democracy without Compromise in the Dominican Republic and Ecuador"
(w/Catherine M. Conaghan)
Varieties of Democracy
Latin American/North America Church Concerns
Notre Dame Award
Kellogg Faculty Fellows
Visiting Fellows Program
Undergraduate Student Programs
Graduate Student Programs
International Development Studies Minor
Latin American Studies Minor
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