Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • Hector Bahamonde and Andrea Canales. “Electoral Risk and Vote Buying, Introducing Prospect Theory to the Experimental Study of Clientelism.” Accepted, Electoral Studies.
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  • Hector Bahamonde (2022). “Still for Sale: The Micro-Dynamics of Vote Selling in the United States, Evidence from a List Experiment.” In: Acta Politica 57.1, pp. 73-95.
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  • Hector Bahamonde and Mart Trasberg (2021). “Inclusive Institutions, Unequal Outcomes: Democracy, State Capacity, and Income Inequality.” In: European Journal of Political Economy 70. May, p. 102048.
    [Paper] [Cumulative Census Data] [Media coverage (NYT)]

  • Felix Modrego, Andrea Canales, and Hector Bahamonde (2020). “Employment Effects of COVID-19 Across Chilean Regions: An Application of the Translog Cost Function.” In: Regional Science Policy & Practice 12.6, pp. 1151-1167.
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  • Hector Bahamonde (2018). “Aiming Right at You: Group versus Individual Clientelistic Targeting in Brazil.” In: Journal of Politics in Latin America 10.2, pp. 41-76.
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  • Juan Pablo Luna et al. (2011). “El Secreto de mi Exito: Parte II. Los Caminos a Vaparaiso en 2009.” In: Revista de Ciencia Política 31.2, pp. 285-310.
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In Preparation

  • Hector Bahamonde and Outi Sarpila. “Physical Appearance and Elections: An Inequality Perspective.”
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  • Hector Bahamonde, Heikki Kaupi, Igor Kovac and Wilma Nissila. “Not Just Guns or Butter, but What Came First—Guns or Butter? Introducing GVAR to International Relations.”
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  • Hector Bahamonde and Paz Irarrazabal. “Skyrocketed Inequality and (Un)lockdown Political Elites in Chile: Aerodrome Usage during Pandemic Times.”
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  • Hector Bahamonde, Mona Kleinberg and Richard Lau. “Testing the Online Model of Candidate Evaluation in a More Realistic Environment.”
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Invited Book Reviews