Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Are Media at Work in Your Neighborhood? The Effect of Media Freedom, Internet Access and Information Spillover on Workers’ Rights. Social Science Quarterly. 98(3): 1078–1098. (with Chris McKallagat, Flávio D. S. Souza, and Jenifer Whitten-Woodring) DOI: 10.1111/ssqu.12443 Dataverse
Does Information Lead to Emulation? Spatial Dependence in Anti-Government Violence. Political Science Research and Methods. 4(1): 27–46. (with Blake E. Garcia) Won best paper in PSRM 2016. DOI: 10.1017/psrm.2014.18 Dataverse
Administrative Capacity and Health Care in Africa: Path Dependence as a Contextual Variable. in Amanda Rutherford, Claudia Avellaneda and Kenneth J. Meier (eds). Context and Government Performance: Public Management in Comparative Perspective. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press. 27– 48 2017. (with Marlette Jackson, and Kenneth J. Meier) Dataverse
Stata and Political Science in Enrique Pinzon (ed). Thirty Years with Stata: A Retrospective. College Station: Stata Press. 121–125. (with Guy D. Whitten)
Defining Opposition: An Interview with Afonso Dhlakama of RENAMO. Ufahamu: A Journal of African Studies. 37(1). (with Irvin D. Reid)
The 2009 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Mozambique. Electoral Studies. 30(2): 366–368. DOI: j.electstud.2011.02.004
Review of: Valeri, Marc. 2009. Oman: Politics and Society in the Qaboos State. Digest of Middle East Studies 19(2): 340–341. DOI: 10.1111/j.19493606.2010.00052.x
Papers Under Review
To Have or Not to Have: Patrimonial Voting in Developing Countries. (with Guy D. Whitten)
X Marks the Spot: Discovering the Treasure of Spatial-X Models. (with Guy D. Whitten and Laron K. Williams)
A General Approach to Interpreting Spatial Econometric Models. (with Guy D. Whitten and Laron K. Williams)
This Land is My Land: Property Rights and Political Participation in Developing Settings.
Property Rights and Voting in Africa: Evidence from Focus Groups in Ethiopia, Malawi, and Mozambique
Residual Votes in the 2016 Election. (with Charles Stewart III, R. Michael Alvarez, and Stephen S. Pettigrew)
Channel Open: Spatial Econometric Methods for Analyzing the Flow of Information.