in Asia and Latin America: Towards a
Comparative Inter-Disciplinary Perspective,
co-edited book, with Paul Smoke and George Peterson (Edward Elgar Press, 2007).
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
- "Testing an Interdependent Analytical Approach to Applying Social Science Theories: Explaining the Evolution of NGOs, Social Movements, and Government Response to HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis in Brazil," Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law (Forthcoming).
- "Centralizing Decentralized Governance in Brazil" (with Jessica Rich), Publius: The Journal of Federalism (forthcoming).
- "Pursuing Centralization in a Context of Decentralization: The Politics of Brazil's Innovative Response to HIV/AIDS," Journal of Politics in Latin America (forthcoming).
Alternative Approach to Evaluating, Measuring, and Comparing Domestic
and International Health Institutions: Insights from Social Science
Theories." 2011. Health Policy; 101 (3).
Decentralization's Defects: Discovering Alternative Routes to
Centralization in a Context of Path Dependent Health Policy Devolution - insights from Brazil's Response to HIV/AIDS." 2011. Global Health Governance 5(1).
- "Health Financing in Brazil, Russia, and India: What Role does the International Community Play?" 2011. (with Devi Sridhar) Health Policy & Planning 26(1).
- "How Brazil
Outpaced the United States when it came to HIV/AIDS: The Politics of
Civic Infiltration, Reputation, and Strategic Internationalization."
2011. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 36(2).
- "What the United
States can learn from Brazil in response to HIV/AIDS: International
Reputation and Strategic Centralization in a Context of Health Policy
Devolution." 2010. Health Policy & Planning 25(6).
- "Going Beyond Brazil: How History and Geopolitical Interests Inspired President Lula to Help Africa Combat HIV/AIDS." 2010. Georgetown Public Policy Review 15(1).
Politics of Receptivity and Resistance: How Brazil, India, China, and
Russia Strategically Used the International Health Community in Response
to HIV/AIDS: A Theory." 2009. Global Health Governance 3(1).
- "A Temporal Analytical Approach to Decentralization Processes: Lessons from Brazil’s Health Sector Reforms." 2008. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law Vol 33 (1).
- "Bureaucratizing Epidemics: The Challenge of Institutional Bias in the United States and Brazil." 2007. Global Health Governance Vol 1(1).
- "Decentralization and Municipal Governance: Suggested Methodological Approaches for Cross-Regional Analysis." 2003. Studies in Comparative International Development Vol (38)3.
Invited Journal Articles and Book Chapters
- "The Politics of Global Health Diplomacy: Conceptual, Empirical, and Theoretical Lessons from the United States, Southeast Asia, and Latin America," in Ray Smith (Ed.). Global HIV/AIDS Politics, Policy, and Law (Berkshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan Press, forthcoming).
- "Understanding Brazil's Strategic Response to HIV/AIDS: History, Politics, and International Relations," in Ray Smith (Ed.). Global HIV/AIDS Politics, Policy, and Law (Berkshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan Press, forthcoming).
- Dilma's Dilemma: Spreading the Benefits of Windfall Oil Profits without Undermining Growth," Americas Quarterly (Fall, 2011).
- "Explaining the Enduring Failure of Comprehensive Healthcare Reform in the United States," special on-line database article series titled Enduring Questions in American Politics: The US National Healthcare System (Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Inc., forthcoming).
Brazil's Successful Response to HIV/AIDS: Social Movements,
Infiltration, and Strategic Internationalization," Brown Journal of World Affairs (Summer 2011).
- "Brazil's Ascendance: The Soft Power Role of Global Health Diplomacy. 2011. (with Kelley Lee), European Business Review, January/February.
- "Education Woes Could Delay Brazil's Rise." 2011. World Politics Review, Spring.
- "Climate Change,
Drought, and Primary Healthcare in Northeastern Brazil: Building
Sub-national Capacity and Community Participation in a Context of
Weakened Decentralization Processes," in Velma Grovers (Ed.). The Impact of Climate Change on Water and Health (Science Publishers, forthcoming).
- "Brazil's Passion for Health Equality: What the United States can learn," Harvard Health Policy Review (Summer 2010).
Government, Cruel Society: AIDS and the Politics of the Gay Community’s
Response in Brazil.” 2010. Javier Corrales and Mario Pecheny (Eds). Sexuality Politics in Latin America (University of Pittsburgh Press).
Politics of Brazil's Commitment to combating AIDS in Africa:
Technological Assistance, Capacity Building, and the Emergence of a new
Donor Aid Paradigm." 2009. Harvard Health Policy Review 10(2).
Response to AIDS and Tuberculosis: Lessons from a Transitioning
Government,” in Richard Coker, Rifat Atun, and Martin McKee (Eds) Health Systems and Communicable Diseases: Challenges to Transitional Societies (Open University Press, 2009).
- "Why Brazil Responded to AIDS and not Tuberculosis: International Organizations and Domestic Institutions.” ReVista: The Harvard Review of Latin America, Spring 2007.
- "Learning from the Past: State-Building and the Politics of AIDS Policy Reform in Brazil." 2006. Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations Vol 7(1).
- Understanding Decentralization: The Need for a Broader Approach," (Introduction) with Paul Smoke and George Peterson, Decentralization in Asia and Latin America: Towards a Comparative Inter-Disciplinary Perspective (Edward Elgar Press, 2006).
Institutional Genesis of Fiscal Decentralization Management: Lessons
from Brazil," (Chapter 12) in Smoke, Gómez, and Peterson, Decentralization in Asia and Latin America: Towards a Comparative Inter-Disciplinary Perspective (Edward Elgar Press, 2006).
Horizontal, Vertical and Policy-Fluctuation Mechanisms: Method for
Cross-Regional Comparative Analysis," (Chapter 3) in Smoke, Gómez and
Peterson, Decentralization in Asia and Latin America: Towards a Comparative Inter -Disciplinary Perspective (Edward Elgar Press, 2006).
Dynamics of Decentralization in Asia and Latin America: Towards a
Comparative Inter-Disciplinary Perspective,” (Concluding chapter), with
Paul Smoke, Decentralization in Asia and Latin America: Towards a Comparative Inter-Disciplinary Perspective (Edward Elgar Press, 2006).
Op-Eds, Working Papers, and Published Proceedings
Brazil's O Globo newspaper wrote an op-ed on this article and my research
- "Stop Fighting Viruses, Start Treating People: The Obama Administration's Broad Vision of Global Health." 2010. Foreign Policy (January).
- “Brazil’s Public Option: What Obama can Learn from Lula’s Universal Health Care System.” 2009. Foreign Policy (September).
- "Comparative Assessment of Health Financing in Brazil, Russia, and India," (With Devi Sridhar) Working Paper, Global Economic Governance Program at Oxford University, December 2009.
- “Why Brazil Won: How Lula brought the Olympic Games to his rising power." 2009. Foreign Policy (October).
- "Brazil's Blessing in Disguise: How Lula Turned an HIV AIDS Crisis into a Geopolitical Opportunity." 2009. Foreign Policy (July).
- "The Politics of Government Response to HIV/AIDS in Russia and Brazil: Historical Institutionalism, Culture, and State Capacity." 2006. Working Paper #4, Harvard Initiative for Global Health.
Other Publications and Book Reviews
- Response to author, "What the United States can Learn from Brazil in Response to HIV/AIDS: International Reputation and Strategic Centralization in a Context of Health Policy Devolution," Health Policy & Planning 25(6), 2010.
- Review of William J. Long. 2011. Pandemics and Peace: Public Health Cooperation in Zones of Conflict (US Institute of Peace Press), in Review of Policy Research (forthcoming).
- Review of James McGuire. 2010. Wealth, Health, and Democracy in East Asia and Latin America (Cambridge University Press), in Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law (forthcoming).
- "Perspectives on Evan Lieberman's Boundaries of Contagion: How Ethnic Politics has Shaped Government Responses to AIDS, Review Symposium Essay, Perspectives on Politics (forthcoming).
- Review of James McGuire. 2010. Wealth, Health, and Democracy in East Asia
and Latin America (Cambridge University
Press), in Comparative Political Studies
- Review of Evan Lieberman. 2009. Boundaries of Contagion: How Ethnic Politics Have Shaped Government Response to AIDS (Princeton University Press), in Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law (forthcoming)
"The Global Fund, Fragile States, and the Institutional Challenges of Responding to Health Epidemics: Insights from Political Science," George Soros Foundation, Open Society Institute, Research Report, Spring 2007.
- "A Political Science Perspective on Civil Society and AIDS: A Note on the Domestic and International Challenges to Successful Mobilization," George Soros Foundation, Open Society Institute, Research Report, Spring 2007.
- Review of Kurt Weyland. 2002. The Politics of Market Reform in Fragile Democracies: Argentina, Brazil, Peru, and Venezuela (Princeton University Press) in Latin American Politics and Society, Vol. 45, No. 4.
- Colombia in Crisis: Game Strategies for International Military Response, RAND Corporation, PM-1110-A, November 2000 (with Angel Rabasa and Kim Cragin).
- Review of Miguel Centeno and Patricio Silva (Eds) 1998. The Politics of Expertise in Latin America
(New York, NY: St. Martin's Press) in Comparative Political Studies, 2000, 33.
Review of Philip Oxhorn and Pamela Starr (Eds) 1999. Markets and Democracy in Latin
America: Conflict or Convergence? (Lynne Rienner Press) in Journal of Inter-American Studies &
World Affairs, Vol 42, No.1.
Review of Judith Tendler. 1997. Good
Government in the Tropics (Johns
Press) and Merilee Grindle (Ed.) 1997. Getting
Good Government: Capacity
Building in the Public
Sectors of Developing Nations (Harvard Institute for International
Development) in Studies in Comparative
International Development, Spring 2002.