Publications and Data

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles:

Goenaga, Agustín. (Forthcoming). “Defending Popular Sovereignty: Discursive Conflict in French and Swedish Parliamentary Debates on Immigrant Voting Rights (1968-2017)”, Citizenship Studies, accepted.

Hansen, Michael and Agustín Goenaga. (Forthcoming) “Gender and Democratic Attitudes: Do Women and Men Prioritize Different Democratic Institutions?”, Politics & Gender, online first.

Brambor, Thomas, Agustín Goenaga, Johannes Lindvall, and Jan Teorell. (2019) “The Lay of the Land: Information Capacity and the Modern State”, Comparative Political Studies, online first. Data

Ellermann, Antje and Agustín Goenaga. (2019). “Discrimination and Policies of Immigrant Selection in Liberal States”, Politics & Society, Vol. 47(1), 87-116.

Goenaga, Agustín.  (2016). “Democracy in Latin America” In Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science. Ed. Sandy Maisel. New York: Oxford University Press.


Book chapters:

Goenaga, Agustín and Alexander von Hagen-Jamar. (2018). “When Does War Make States? War, Rivalries and Fiscal Extraction in the 19th and 20th Centuries” in Bartelson, Jens, Martin Hall and Jan Teorell (eds.), De-Centering State-Making: Historical and Geographical Perspectives, London: Edward Elgar Press.

Anria, Santiago, Maxwell A. Cameron, Agustín Goenaga, Carlos Toranzo, and Moira Suazo. (2010). “Bolivia: Democracia en construcción” in Cameron, Maxwell A. and Juan Pablo Luna (eds.), Democracia en la Región Andina: Diversidad y Desafíos, Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 2010.


Working papers:

“The Social Origins of State Autonomy: Programmatic Parties and State-Led Economic Transformation”, previous version available from the STANCE Working Paper Series

“State Power as Collective Agency”

“The State Does Not Live by Warfare Alone: State Capacity and Armed Conflict in the Long Nineteenth Century in Europe and the Americas”, with Oriol Sabaté and Jan Teorell, previous version available from the STANCE Working Paper Series

“Do Military Rivalries Foster State-Building? Geopolitical Competition, State-Society Relations and Taxation (1870-2000)”, with Alexander von Hagen-Jamar, previous version available from the STANCE Working Paper Series

“Continuity and Change in the Quality of Democracy in Latin America: Tradeoffs between Vertical and Horizontal Accountability”, with Maxwell A. Cameron

 


Book reviews:

Review of Heilman, Jaymie Patricia. 2010. Before the Shining Path. Politics in Rural Ayacucho, 1895-1980 in the Bulletin of Spanish Studies 90:2.

Review of Scott, James C. 2010. The Art of Not Being Governed in the Journal of East Asian Studies, 11:3.

Review of Dangl, Benjamin. 2010. Dancing with Dynamite: Social Movements and States in Latin America in Left History, Fall 2011.

Review of Dimitrov, Martin K. 2009. Piracy and the State: The Politics of Intellectual Property Rights in China in the Journal of East Asian Studies, 11:2.

Review of Gibbs, Terry and Gary Leech. 2009. The Failure of Global Capitalism: From Cape Breton to Colombia and Beyond in the NACLA Report on the Americas 43:3, May-June 2010.