Publications

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES

Alves, Jorge Antonio and Christopher J. Gibson. “States and Capitals in the Brazilian Public Health Sector: Drivers of Service Performance in Multi-Level Federal Governance.” Forthcoming in Latin American Politics and Society.

Alves, Jorge Antonio. 2018. “Transformation or Substitution? The Workers’ Party and the Right in Brazil’s Northeast.” Journal of Politics in Latin America, 10(1): 99-132.

Alves, Jorge Antonio and Wendy Hunter. 2017. “From Right to Left in Brazil’s Northeast: Transformation, or “Politics as Usual”?” Comparative Politics, 49(4): 437-455.

Alves, Jorge A. 2015. “(Un?)Healthy Politics: The Political Determinants of Subnational Health Systems in Brazil.” Latin American Politics and Society, 57(4): 119-142.

BOOK CHAPTER

Alves, Jorge A., and Patrick Heller. 2013. “Accountability from the Top-Down? Brazil’s Advances in Budget Transparency Despite Lack of Popular Mobilization.” In Sanjeev Khagram, Archon Fung, and Paolo de Renzio, Eds. Open Budgets: The Political Economy of Transparency, Participation, and Accountability. Washington, DC: Brookings Press.

BOOK REVIEWS

Alves, Jorge A. 2014. “Health, the State, and the Body Politic in Contemporary Latin America.” Journal of Latin American & Caribbean Anthropology, 19(1): 179-187.

Alves, Jorge A. 2010 “Book Review: Avritzer, L. (2009). Participatory Institutions in Democratic Brazil. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.” Comparative Political Studies, 43(6): 795-796.

OTHER WORKS

Alves, Jorge Antonio. 2016. “Think all the political excitement in Brazil is at the national level? Think again.” The Washington Post – Monkey Cage. May 2.

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