On Education and Politics
- 2012 “The Spillover Effects of Participatory Governance: Evidence from Community-Managed Schools in Honduras and Guatemala” (with Daniel Altschuler), Comparative Political Studies 45, 5 (May), pp. 636–666.
- 2006 “Does Parental Participation in Schools Empower or Strain Civil Society? The Case of Community-Managed Schools in Central America,” Journal of Social Policy and Administration 40, 4 (August):450-470.
- 2006 “Political Obstacles to Expanding and Improving Schooling in Developing Countries.” In Aaron Benavot, Julia Resnik and Javier Corrales, eds., Global Educational Expansion: Historical Legacies and Political Obstacles (Cambridge, MA: Academy of Arts and Sciences).
Also Chapter 3 in Joel E. Cohen, David Bloom, and Martin B. Malin, eds., Educating All Children: A Global Agenda (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2006).
- 2004 “Multiple Preferences, Variable Strengths: The Politics of Education Reform in Argentina.” In Joan Nelson and Robert Kaufman, eds., Crucial Needs, Weak Incentives: Social Sector Reform, Democratization, and Globalization in Latin America. Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD: Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Johns Hopkins University Press.
- 2002 ¿Cuánto duran los ministros de Educación en América Latina?” [How Long Do Ministers of Education Last in Latin America]. Series on Education Forms and Reforms, PREAL, 4, 12 (July 2002).
- 1999 “The politics of education reform implementation: Bolstering the Supply and Demand; Overcoming Institutional Blocs.” Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, Education Reform and Management Series, Vol. II, No. 1.