COVID-19 in Latin America (with Grigo Pop-Eleches and Giuliana Pardelli). Survey measuring attitudes around Covid-19 in Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Brazil.
Chapel Hill Expert Survey-Latin America (CHES-LA) (with Jonathan Hartlyn and Nicolás de la Cerda). Expert survey measuring party positioning on policy issues for political parties across Latin America. Part of CHES.
The Executive Approval Project and Dataset (with Ryan Carlin, Jonathan Hartlyn, Gregory Love, Matthew Singer and Timothy Hellwig). http://www.executiveapproval.org/
The Presidential Cabinets Project (with Marcelo Camerlo). http://presidentialcabinets.org.
Work in progress
NSF Grant for Collaborative Research: “Varieties of Crises, Elite Responses, and Executive Approval” (awarded; with Ryan Carlin, Jonathan Hartlyn, Timothy Hellwig, Gregory Love, and Matthew Singer)
“The Representation Gap in Latin America and Europe” (with Nicolás de la Cerda and Jonathan Hartlyn)
“Feeling Like a Winner? Coalition Status and Democratic Satisfaction in Latin America” (with Matthew Singer)
“Information searches and emotions in times of crisis” (with Nicolás de la Cerda, Graeme Robertson and Grigore Pop-Eleches)
“Contrasting Executive Approval Dynamics in Presidential and Parliamentary Democratic Regimes” (with Ryan Carlin, Jonathan Hartlyn, Timothy Hellwig, Gregory Love, and Matthew Singer)
“Populism and the Pandemic: The case of Mexico”
“The Government Formation Strategies of Populist Presidents” (with Marcelo Camerlo and Cole Harvey)
“Coalitions in presidential systems: Rethinking the ‘partisan assumption’” (with Marcelo Camerlo)
“Pre-Electoral Coalitions and Governing Coalitions in Latin America” (with Marisa Kellam)
“The Politics of Cabinet Size in Latin American Presidential Systems”