Does Reaching the Statute of Limitations Affect the Recidivist Behavior of Environmental Aggressors in Brazil?
with Daniel Uhr , Júlia Uhr, Renan Peres, Magnum Eltz. Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

Digital Technology, Citizens’ Engagement, and Electoral Corruption in Colombia. Forthcoming in Mattoni, Alice [ed.] Digital Media and the Struggle Against Corruption from the Grassroots: Contexts, Platforms and Practices of Anti-Corruption Technologies Across the World. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022.

Eleições e corrupção nas prefeituras brasileiras [Elections and Corruption in Brazilian Municipal Governments] In: Marenco, André and Noll, Maria Izabel. A política, as políticas e os controles: como são governadas as cidades brasileiras[Politics, policies and controls. How are Brazilian cities governed?] Tomo Editorial, pp. 171-184, 2018.

Book Project

How Politicians React to Anti-Corruption Investigations and Enforcement: Evidence from Brazil

Under Review

Political Survival and Politicians’ Enrichment After Anti-Corruption Audits.

Convicting Politicians for Corruption: The Politics of Criminal Accountability.
with Luciano da Ros (UFSC)

Convictions for Corruption and Government Approval: Global Evidence
with Feng Yang (Peking University).

Do Biometric Identification Machines Help to Clean Up Elections? Evidence from Colombia.

Work in Progress

Family Matters: Nepotism and Public Employment in Brazil
with Diogo Britto (Bocconi), Alexandre Fonseca (UFPE and Receita Federal), Paolo Pinotti (Bocconi), and Breno Sampaio (UFPE).

Political Favoritism and Environmental Degradation in Brazil (1985-2020)
with Cesar Martinez (UCLA)

Politicians Fight Back: Unintended Consequences of Convictions for Corruption

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