Education: Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2008
Research Interests: Democratization, Political Culture, Turnout, Executive Approval
"Support for Polyarchy in the Americas." 2011. Comparative Political Studies 44(11):1500-1526. (co-authored with Matthew M. Singer).
"Distrusting Democrats and Political Participation in New Democracies: Lessons from Chile." 2011. Political Research Quarterly 64(3):668-687.
"What's Not to Trust? Rubrics of Political Party Trustworthiness in Chile and Argentina." forthcoming. Party Politics.
"The Politics of Interpersonal Trust and Reciprocity: An Experimental Approach." forthcoming. Political Behavior (co-author with Greogry J. Love).
"Context Counts: The Election Cycle, Development, and the Nature of Economic Voting. "Forthcoming. Journal of Politics." (With Matthew M. Singer).