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Workplace:Economics, New York University Abu Dhabi, (more information at EDIRC)

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Short-id: pba1732

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Working Papers


  1. A General Guide for Harmonizing Data
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  1. Statistically Validated Indices for COVID-19 Public Health Policies
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  1. CoronaNet: A Dyadic Dataset of Government Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic
    SocArXiv, Center for Open Science Downloads View citations (6)
    Also in Working Papers, New York University Abu Dhabi, Department of Social Science (2020) Downloads View citations (6)
  2. Partisanship and the Spread of COVID-19 in the United States
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Journal Articles


  1. Political Responsiveness to Conflict Victims: Evidence from a Countrywide Audit Experiment in Colombia
    American Political Science Review, 2024, 118, (1), 21-37 Downloads


  1. Islamic State's Terrorist Attacks Disengage Their Supporters: Robust Evidence from Twitter
    British Journal of Political Science, 2022, 52, (3), 1490-1501 Downloads
  2. Vaccine nationalism among the public: A cross-country experimental evidence of own-country bias towards COVID-19 vaccination
    Social Science & Medicine, 2022, 310, (C) Downloads View citations (2)
  3. Windows of repression: Using COVID-19 policies against political dissidents?
    Journal of Peace Research, 2022, 59, (1), 73-89 Downloads View citations (5)


  1. Endogenous democracy: causal evidence from the potato productivity shock in the old world
    Political Science Research and Methods, 2021, 9, (3), 650-657 Downloads
  2. Tracking Government Responses to Covid-19: The CoronaNet Research Project
    CESifo Forum, 2021, 22, (03), 47-50 Downloads
  3. What are the legacies of war exposure on civic engagement? Recent evidence suggests that domestic war may have short-term effects on participation in social organizations. Yet, it is unclear whether these effects will be present in internationalized conflicts and persist over long periods of time. Further, the pathways of persistence by which war exposure leads to greater civic engagement in the long term are even less understood. In this paper, I contribute to both questions using unique evidence from the Vietnam War. Empirically, I combine a unique US military dataset containing bombing intensity with respondents’ wartime place of residence to generate an objective indicator of conflict intensity. Then, I exploit the distance to the arbitrarily drawn border at the 17th parallel as an instrument for conflict intensity. The results show that individuals who lived in a province heavily affected by the conflict during the war tend to be more engaged in social organizations and hold greater expressive values, at least 26 y later. Further, I empirically explore the mechanisms of persistence. The empirical evidence suggests that both persistence within individuals and community-wide transmission jointly account for the long-term increase of civic engagement after conflict
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2021, 118, (6), e2015539118 Downloads


  1. Are Western-Educated Leaders Less Prone to Initiate Militarized Disputes?
    British Journal of Political Science, 2020, 50, (2), 535-566 Downloads
  2. COVID-19 Government Response Event Dataset (CoronaNet v.1.0)
    Nature Human Behaviour, 2020, 4, (7), 756-768 Downloads View citations (28)
  3. Do Islamic State’s Deadly Attacks Disengage, Deter, or Mobilize Supporters?
    British Journal of Political Science, 2020, 50, (4), 1539-1559 Downloads
  4. Voluntary adoption of social welfare-enhancing behavior: Mask-wearing in Spain during the COVID-19 outbreak
    PLOS ONE, 2020, 15, (12), 1-17 Downloads


  1. Ideological Consistency, Political Information and Elite–Mass Congruence
    Social Science Quarterly, 2017, 98, (1), 144-161 Downloads



  1. Valence and Ideological Proximity in the Rise of Nationalist Parties: Spanish General Elections, 2008 and 2011
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