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Senior Fellow at the Center on Democracy, Development and Rule of Law (CDDRL) and Director of the Center for Latin American Studies at Stanford University. His research interests include federalism, poverty relief, indigenous governance, political economy of health, violence and citizen security in Mexico and Latin America. He is author of Federalism, Fiscal Authority and Centralization in Latin America (Cambridge, reedited 2016) and coauthor with Federico Estévez and Beatriz Magaloni of The Political Logic of Poverty Relief (Cambridge, 2016), as well as numerous journal articles and book chapters. He is currently working on a project on the developmental legacies of colonial rule and governance in indigenous communities in Mexico and is the co-PI (with Beatriz Magaloni) of the project Citizen Trust and Evidence-Based Police Accountability and Professionalization in Mexico.

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Investigador en el Centro para el Desarrollo la Democracia y el Estado de Derecho, así como el Director del Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos de la Universidad de Stanford. Sus áreas de interés incluyen federalismo, alivio a la pobreza, gobernanza indígena, la economía política de la salud, violencia y seguridad ciudadana en México y Latinoamérica. Es autor del libro Federalism, Fiscal Authority and Centralization in Latin America (Cambridge, reeditado 2016) y coautor (con Federico Estévez y Beatriz Magaloni) del libro The Political Logic of Poverty Relief (Cambridge, 2016), así como múltiples artículos en revistas y otros volumenes. Actualmente trabaja en un proyecto sobre los legados de desarrollo del régimen y la gobernanza colonial sobre las comunidades indígenas en México y es co-Investigador Principal (con Beatriz Magaloni) del proyecto Citizen Trust and Evidence-Based Police Accountability and Professionalization in Mexico.

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Whispers of Silenced Voices: The Survival of Indigenous Linguistic Distinctiveness in Mexico City