Forthcoming Publications And Work In Progress
"Democratization, Torture and Mass Preferences for Police Brutality: The Case of Mexico" (with Kim Juárez)
The Historical Origins of Police Violence: Slavery and the Brazilian Coercive State (with Emily Russell and Edgar Franco)
"Licence to Kill: Societal Demands for Police Vigilantism, Police Ideology and the Use of Lethal Force in Rio de Janeiro"
Empowering Youth in Places of Violence: The Methodology of Agencia in Rio de Janeiro (with Veriene Melo)
State-evading Solutions to Violence: Organized Crime and Governance in Indigenous Mexico" (with Kristof Gosztonyi and Sarah Thompsom)
U.S. Immigration Policy as Development Strategy? An RCT of H-2A farm guestworker programs to relief poverty and violence in Mexico (with Melanie Morten and Alice Wang)
Changing social norms justifying violence against women: evidence from a field experiment in Mexico (with Kim Juárez, Madison Dalton, and Sarah Thompson)
"Femicides, Domestic Violence and Cartel Turf Wars in Mexico" (with Madison Dalton and Kim Juárez)
Paying not no kill: how monetary incentives shape police violence in Rio de Janeiro (with Emily Russell and Carlos Schmitt)
"Stationary Bandits and Predatory Criminal Regimes: Evidence from Rio de Janeiro's Militias" (with Edgar Franco and Stephanie Giménez)
"Traditional Governance and Gender-Based Violence: Evidence from Mexico and Pakistan" (with Sarah Thompson)