“With the State Against the State: Informal Gold Miners, State Fragmentation and Resource Governance in Bolivia and Peru,” Special issue on The Politics of Informal Work for Latin American Politics and Society (FORTHCOMING).
“The Other Extractivism: The Andean State and Small-Scale and Artisanal Gold Mining,” Book chapter for Latin American Extractivism: Dependency, Resource Nationalism, and Resistance in Broad Perspective edited by Steve Ellner. London: Roman and Littlefield, 2020 (Available here).
Understanding Locals’ Responses to Artisanal and Large-Scale Mining. A Case Study from Tambogrande, Peru. The Extractive Industries and Society Journal, Vol. 5, no. 2 (2018): 327-334 with Marcello Veiga (UBC Mining Department) (Available here).
Documentos de trabajo
“The Struggle for Social Control: The Andean State versus the Organizational Challengers.”
“The Extractivism of the Poor: Gold Mining and the Functioning of Informal Resource Regimes in the Bolivian Highlands and the Peruvian Amazon.”
“Progress and Barriers in the Formalization of Small-Scale and Artisanal Mining. Evidence from eight countries in Latin America”
“Peru Dissolves its Congress, Setting Up a Fight for the Political Future,” NACLA Report on the Americas, November 5, 2019 (Available here).
“On Bolivia: Evo’s Quest for a Fourth Term”. Flash Report prepared for the Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions, UBC, Canada, 2018 (Available here).
“Minería Artesanal en el Perú: Por qué no basta formalizar” [Artisanal mining in Peru: Why formalization is not enough] El Comercio, Peru, September 22, 2016 (Available here).