“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, Vol. 64, no. 2 (2022): 45-66 (Available here)
“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).
“Formal, Informal or Illegal?: Varieties of Informal Resource Extraction in the Global South” (with Moisés Arce, Tulane U) Honorable mention for best paper at the Latin American Political Economy Conference (REPAL), Buenos Aires 2022
“Do you know your miners? How Policy Legacies Shaped State Responses Towards Informality During the Gold Rush”
“Progress and Barriers in the Formalization of Small-Scale and Artisanal Mining. Evidence from eight countries in Latin America”
Selected policy reports
“To Coerce, or Not to Coerce? Assessing Policy Strategies to Regulate Small-Scale and Artisanal Mining,” with Kate McKiernan (Tulane University), The School of Public Policy, Calgary U, Vol. 15, n. 31, 2022 (Available here).
“Artisanal Mining in Antioquia, Colombia: Community Dynamics, Sources of Conflict, Training Needs and Ways Forward”. Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, UBC, Canada, 2017 with R. Stocklin-Weinberg.
“Local Perceptions of Large and Artisanal mining in Tambogrande, Piura, Peru. Context-sensitive strategies to improve the formalization process”. Canadian International Resource and Development Institute, Canada, 2015.
“Se Busca Política” [We need Politics Back], El Comercio, Peru, September 21, 2022 (Available here).
“Una guía para entender el Perú de Pedro Castillo: [A guide to understand Pedro Castillo’s Peru] Nueva Sociedad, 295, September-October, 2021 (Available here).
“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).