Download the CV as a PDF


Education

2001: P.h.D. in Political Science. Northwestern University. Comparative Politics, Methods, and Political Economy.
1990: University of Buenos Aires. Licenciado en Ciencia Política. Honor Diploma.


Teaching

2015 - :  Professor, University of Maryland, College Park.
2010 - 2015 :  Associate Professor, University of Maryland, College Park.
2008-2013:  Visiting Professor at the Universidad Torcuato di Tella (Argentina),
Universidad de San Martin (Argentina), CIDE (Mexico), USP (Sao Paulo, Brazil).
2007 - 2010: Associate Professor, University of Houston.
2002 - 2007: Assistant Professor, University of Houston.
1999 - 2002: Clinical Assistant Professor, Universidad Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 
1998 - 1999: Instructor. Political Science Department. University of Illinois at Chicago.
1998 - 1999: Instructor. Northwestern University.


Awards

(2016) Recipient of the Michael Wallerstein Award for the Best Article published in 2015 from the Political Economy Section of the American Political Science Association: Calvo, Ernesto and Jonathan Rodden. “The Achilles Heel of Plurality Systems: Geography and Representation in Multiparty Democracies,” American Journal of Political Science (AJPS),59(4): 789-805.

(2014) Recipient of the CPS Editorial Board Best Paper for the article Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo. 2013. "When Parties Meet Voters Assessing Political Linkages Through Partisan Networks and Distributive Expectations in Argentina and Chile." Comparative Political Studies (CPS) no. 46 (7):851-882.

(2012) Recipient of the Lawrence Longley Award for the Best Article on Representation and Electoral Systems in 2011 by the American Political Science Association: Calvo, Ernesto and Timothy Hellwig. “Centripetal and Centrifugal Incentives under Different Electoral Systems,” American Journal of Political Science (AJPS), 55(1): 27-41.

(2008) Recipient of the Best Paper Award in the 3rd International Conference on Electronic Voting, co-organized by the Council of Europe. Paper: "Assessing the impact of voting technologies on multiparty electoral outcomes: the case of Buenos Aires' 2005 Congressional Election", Gabriel Katz, R. Michael Alvarez, Ernesto Calvo, Marcelo Escolar and Julia Pomares. August 6-9, Bregenz, Austria: 2008.

(2006) Recipient of the LAPIS Award from the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) for best Faculty Article presented at the 2005 XXV LASA Congress. For the paper: “The Governor's Backyard: A Seat-Vote model of electoral reform for multiparty races.” Journal of Politics, Vol. 67. N. 4, November: pp. 1050-1074. Ernesto Calvo and Juan Pablo Miccozi.
(2005) Co-recipient of the Leubbert Best Article Award from the American Political Science Association (APSA), 2003-2004. For the article: Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo. 2004. “Who Delivers? Partisan Clients in the Argentine Electoral Market,” American Journal of Political Science(AJPS), 48(4): 742-757.

(1998)  David Manor Award to Outstanding Graduate Student, Northwestern University.


Books


Edited Journal Issues

(2013) Special Number of the Journal of the Argentine Society of Political Analyses (SAAP). “Thirty Years of Democracy.” SAAP, Volume 7, Number 2, Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Articles (Refereed)

32. (2016) Calvo, Ernesto and Daniel Chasquetti. Legislative Success in Open Sky Congresses: Weak Gatekeeping Prerogatives and the Approval of Legislative Initiatives. Journal of Legislative Studies (JLAS), 22(1): 83-107.

 

31. (2016) Alcaniz, Isabella, Ernesto Calvo, and Julia Rubio. “Educadamente Desiguales: Género y Salario en el Sector Público Argentino (2003-2010)”. Desarrollo Económico, 55(217): 343-357.

 

30. (2016) Calvo, Ernesto, Alejandro Bonvecchi, and Ernesto Stein. Legislative Knowledge Networks, Status Quo Complexity, and the Approval of Law Initiatives. Legislative Studies Quarterly (LSQ), 41(2): 89-117.

 

29. (2015) Calvo, Ernesto, Fernando Limongi, and Fernando Guarnieri. Why Coalitions? Pro Small-Party Biases and Preferential Vote in Brazil. Electoral Studies (ES) 39: 219-229.

 

28. (2015) Calvo, Ernesto and Jonathan Rodden. The Achilles Heel of Plurality systems: Geography and Representation in Multi-Party Democracies. American Journal of Political Science (AJPS), 59(4): 789–805.

 

27. (2014) Calvo, Ernesto, Timothy Hellwig, Kiyoung Chang. “Beyond assimilation and contrast: Information effects, ideological magnification, and the vote.” Electoral Studies (ES), Volume 36, December: 94-106.

 

26. (2013) Calvo, Ernesto and Aldo F Ponce. 2013. "Meet the Producer: Exchange Rate Shocks, Media Salience, and the Legislative Importance of Economic Sectors in Argentina." Studies in Comparative International Development (SCID):1-25. Replication Material.

 

25. (2013) Alemán, Eduardo, and Ernesto Calvo. 2013. "Explaining Policy Ties in Presidential Congresses: A Network Analysis of Bill Initiation Data." Political Studies, 61 (2):356-377. Replication Material.

 

24. (2013) Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo. "When Parties Meet Voters Assessing Political Linkages Through Partisan Networks and Distributive Expectations in Argentina and Chile.Comparative Political Studies (CPS) no. 46 (7):851-882. Version traducida: America Latina HoyReplication Material.

 

23. (2012) Calvo, Ernesto and Marcelo Leiras. The Nationalization of Legislative Collaboration: Territory, Partisanship, and Policymaking in ArgentinaRIEL. Vol. 2: 2-19, Brazil.

 

22.  (2012) Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo. “Argentina: The Persistence of Peronism,” Journal of Democracy, 23(2): 148-161.

 

21. (2011) Calvo, Ernesto and Timothy Hellwig. “Centripetal and Centrifugal Incentives under Different Electoral Systems,” American Journal of Political Science (AJPS)55(1): 27-41. Replication Material.

 

20. (2011) Calvo, Ernesto and Inaki Sagarzazu. “Legislator Success in Committee: Gatekeeping Authority and the Loss of Majority Control, American Journal of Political Science (AJPS), 55(1): 1-15.Replication MaterialErratum to the Published Version.

 

19. (2011) Katz, Gabriel, Michael Alvarez, Ernesto Calvo, Marcelo Escolar, Julia Pomares. “Assessing the Impact of Alternative Voting Technologies on Multi-party Elections: Design Features, Heuristic Processing and Voter Choice.” Political Behavior. 33: 247-270.

 

18. (2010) Aleman, Eduardo and Ernesto Calvo. “Unified Government, Bill Approval, and the Legislative Weight of the President,” Comparative Political Studies (CPS), 43(4): 511-534. Replication Material.

 

17. (2009) Calvo, Ernesto and Andres Tow. “Cajoneando el debate: El papel de los presidentes de las comisiones en la productividad del Congreso argentino.” Desarrollo EconómicoVol.49 (195), Argentina.

16.  (2009) Calvo, Ernesto, Marcelo Escolar, Julia Pomares. “Split-ticket incentives under alternative e-voting devices: experimental evidence on information effects in multiparty elections.”  Electoral Studies, Volume 28, Issue 2 (June): 218-23.

15. (2009) Calvo, Ernesto. “The Competitive Road to Proportional Representation: Electoral Regime Change under Increasing Party Competition”, World Politics, Vol. 61, No. 2 (April): 254-295.Replication Material.

 

14. (2009) Aleman, Eduardo, Ernesto Calvo, Mark P. Jones, and Noah Kaplan. “Comparing Cosponsorship and Roll Call Ideal Points,” Legislative Studies Quarterly (LSQ), XXXIV: 87–116.

 

13. (2007) Calvo, Ernesto. “The Responsive Legislature: Public Opinion and Law Making in a Highly Disciplined Legislature,” British Journal of Political Science (BJPS), Volume 37, Issue 02, April, pp 263-280Replication Material

 

 

12. (2005) Calvo, Ernesto and Juan Pablo Miccozi; “The Governor's Backyard: A Seat-Vote model of electoral reform for multiparty races,” Journal of Politics (JOP), Vol.67, No.4, November: pp. 1050-1074. Replication Material.

 

11. (2004) Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo; “Who Delivers? Partisan Clients in the Argentine Electoral Market,” American Journal of Political Science (AJPS), 48(4): 742-757. Replication Material.

 

Republished in (2008) in Desarrollo Económicovol.47, No. 188 (January-March 2008): 515-542.

 

10. (2003) Calvo, Ernesto and Marcelo Escolar, “The Local Voter: A Geographically Weighted Approach to Ecological Inference,” American Journal of Political Science (AJPS), 47(1): 188-204.

 

9. (2003) Calvo, Ernesto and Marcelo Escolar; “Las Tres Reformas: personalización, eficiencia y gobernabilidad. Geografía política de la reforma electoral en Argentina,” Política y Gestión. Vol. 2, Num 5. UNSAM. Agosto. Argentina.

 

8. (2003) Calvo, Ernesto and Marcelo Escolar; “La Implementación de Sistemas Electorales Mixtos en Legislaturas de Magnitud Fija: Teorías y Soluciones,” Política y GobiernoVol. X, Num 2. SegundoSemestre. CIDE. Mexico.

 

7. (2002) Calvo, Ernesto and Juan Manuel Abal Medina; “Institutional Gamblers: Majoritarian Representation, Electoral Uncertainty, and The Coalitional Costs of Mexico’s Hybrid Electoral System,”Electoral Studies (ES). 21: pg. 453-471.

 

6. (2002) Escolar, Marcelo; Ernesto Calvo, Sandra Minvielle; Christian Scaramella. “Personalización, Representación y Gobernabilidad: La Reforma del Sistema Electoral Argentino en la Categoría Diputados Nacionales.” Revista Aportes, 9 (19), Primavera, 2002. Pg: 73-100.

 

5. (2002) Calvo, Ernesto; Marcelo Escolar, Natalia Calcagno and Sandra Minvielle; “Ultimas Imagenes antes del Naufragio,” Desarrollo Economico. Vol. 42, N. 166. Argentina.

 

4. (2002) Calvo, Ernesto and Juan Manuel Abal Medina; “Sobredosis de Incertidumbre,” Política y Gestión. Vol. 1, N 3. Agosto.  UNSAM. Argentina.

 

3. (2001) Calvo, Ernesto. “The Transformations of the Labor Markets in Latin America: Collective Bargaining and Industrial Wage Inequality,” Desarrollo Económico, Vol. 41 N 163, 395(410), Argentina.

 

2. (2000) Calvo, Ernesto and Gibson, Edward; “Federalism and Low-Maintenance Constituencies: Territorial Dimensions of Economic Reform in Argentina,” Studies in Comparative International Development (SCID)Vol. 35,  3. Fall, 2001.

 

1. (1999) Calvo, Ernesto; Falleti, Tulia; and Gibson, Edward; “Federalismo Redistributivo: Sobrerrepresentación territorial y transferencia de ingresos en el hemisferio occidental,” In Politica y Gobierno, volVI, Num 1. México.


Book Chapters

13.  (2013) Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo. "Partisan Linkages and Social Policy Delivery in Argentina and Chile." In Abente Brun, Diego and Larry DiamondClientelism, Social Policy, and the Quality of Democracy. The Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore.

 

12.  (2013) Calvo, Ernesto, Timothy Hellwig, and Kiyoung Chang. 2013. "A Heteroscedastic Spatial Model of the Vote: A Model with Application to the United States." In Advances in Political Economy, 351-368. Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

 

11. (2013) Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo; “Argentina through the Storm: Democratic consolidation, partisan dealignment, and institutional weakness,” in Dominguez & Shifter,Constructing Democratic Governance, The Johns Hopkins UP.

 

10. (2013) Calvo, Ernesto. “Representación Política, Política Pública y Estabilidad Institucional en el Congreso Argentino.” In Acuña, Carlos. Instituciones y actores de la política argentina. Siglo XXI: Argentina.

 

9. (2011) Calvo, Ernesto. “‘Queda aprobado el plan de labor’: Éxito Legislativo y Control de Agenda en la Cámara de Diputados Argentina.” In Manuel Alcántara and Mercedes García Montero. Algo más que presidentes. El papel del Poder Legislativo en América Latina. Zaragoza: Fundación Manuel Giménez Abad de Estudios Parlamentarios y del Estado Autonómico.

 

8. (2008) Aleman, Eduardo and Ernesto Calvo, “Analyzing Legislative Success in Latin America: The Case of Argentina,” in Guillermo O'Donnell, Joseph Tulchin and Augusto Varas (eds.) New Voices in the Study of Democracy. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars: Woodrow Wilson Center.

 

7. (2007) Calvo, Ernesto; “Apuntes para entender la actividad legislativa en el Congreso de la Nación Argentina.” In Sergio Emiliozzi, Mario Pecheny, and Martín Unzué Eds. La dinámica de la democracia: representación, instituciones y ciudadanía en ArgentinaBuenos Aires: Prometeo.

  

6. (2006) Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo; “A New Iron Law of Argentine Politics?” in Levitsky, Steven and Maria Victoria Murillo, Rethinking Dual Transitions: Argentine Politics in the 1990s in Comparative Perspective. University Park: Penn State Press. 

 

5. (2004) Calvo, Ernesto and Marcelo Escolar; “Places and Relationships in Ecological Inference: Uncovering Contextual Effects through a Geographically Weighted Autoregressive Model,” in Gary King, OriRosen, and Martin Tanner Eds.; Ecological Inference: New Methodological Strategies, Oxford University Press.

 

4. (2004) Gibson, Edward, Ernesto Calvo and Tulia Falleti. “Reallocative Federalism: Legislative Overrepresentation and Public Spending in the Western Hemisphere,” in Gibson, Edward, ed. 2004. Federalism and Democracy in Latin America. Johns Hopkins U.P: Baltimore. Spanish  version in Politica y Gobierno  (1999).

 

3. (2001) Calvo, Ernesto y Juan Manuel Abal Medina. “Votar a los Representantes”. En Calvo, Ernesto y Juan Manuel Abal Medina (Eds). 2001. El Federalismo Electoral Argentino. University of Buenos AiresPress: EUDEBA.  Pp. 17-25.

 

2. (2001) Calvo, Ernesto, Mariela Szwarcberg, Juan Pablo Micozzi y Juan Facundo Labanca, “Las Fuentes Institucionales del Gobierno Dividido en la Argentina: Sesgo Mayoritario, Sesgo Partidario y Competencia Electoral en las Legislaturas Provinciales Argentinas”. En Calvo, Ernesto y Juan Manuel Abal Medina (Eds). 2001. El Federalismo Electoral Argentino. University of Buenos Aires Press: EUDEBA. Pp 53-98.

 

1. (2001) Juan Manuel Abal Medina and Ernesto Calvo. “Y Usted, ¿Por quien dice que voto?”. En Calvo, Ernesto y Juan Manuel Abal Medina (Eds). 2001. El Federalismo Electoral ArgentinoUniversity of Buenos Aires Press: EUDEBA.  Pp. 245-259.


Non-refereed Publications and Working Papers

10.          (2013) Calvo, Ernesto and Ricardo Gutierrez. Introduction. Thirty Years of Democracy: Transitions and Transformations.” Special Number of the Journal of the Argentine Society of Political Analyses (SAAP). “Thirty Years of Democracy.” SAAP, Volume 7, Number 2: 237-244.

 

9.            (2013) Calvo, Ernesto. “The Democratic Congress: Majorities and Consensus.” Special Number of the Journal of the Argentine Society of Political Analyses (SAAP). “Thirty Years of Democracy.” SAAP, Volume 7, Number 2, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

8.            (2013) Calvo, Ernesto and Ricardo Gutierrez. Peronism and the Permanent Succession: Same Votes, Different Elites.” Special Number of the Journal of the Argentine Society of Political Analyses (SAAP). “Thirty Years of Democracy.” SAAP, Volume 7, Number 2, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

7.            (2011) Calvo, Ernesto and Marcelo Leiras. The Nationalization of Legislative Collaboration: Territory, Partisanship, and Policymaking in ArgentinaWorking Paper, Universidad de Salamanca, DT # 6. Spain.

 

6.            (2011) “El rol de las comisiones permanentes en las legislaturas de América Latina: un test del modelo informativo de éxito legislativo”. Revista Latinoamericana de Política Comparada. Volumen 4: 25-48.

 

5.            (2009) "Respuesta al comentario de Dora Orlansky. ¿Validez de una demostración? Patronazgo y empleo público provincial". Revista Desarrollo Económico, Buenos Aires, vol. 48, Nº 192, enero-marzo 2009 (pp. 559-561).

 

4.            (2008) Calvo, Ernesto. "Nuevos Estudios sobre el poder Legislativo." In Abal Medina et.al. Investigaciones actuales sobre Estado, instituciones Políticas y SociedadBuenso Aires: INAP.

 

3.            (2006) Calvo, Ernesto. Book Review of Craig Arceneaux and David Pion-Berlin, "Transforming Latin America: The international and domestic origins of change." Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2005. Pp. 280. In Comparative Political Studies, 39 (5): 670-673 JUN 2006.

 

2.            (2005) Calvo, Ernesto. “Argentina, Elecciones Legislativas 2005: Consolidación Institucional del Kirchnerismo y Territorialización del Voto,” Revista de Ciencia Politica. Vol XXV, N 2,  153-160.

 

1.            (2004) Calvo, Ernesto.  “La Letra Chica del Contrato Democrático: Política Subnacional y Representación Política,” En Revista Lo Que Vendrá. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Vol 1 (2), Noviembre,pg 35-37.


Grants

(2006-2008) NSF # 0617659, with Victoria Murillo. Patronage, Democracy, and the Public Sector: Estimating the Size and Structure of Patronage Networks
                Award No. SES-0617659. U$S 290,000.-     

 (2005)  Research Fellowship of the Latin American Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (with Eduardo Aleman). 
                Award No. U$S 10,000.-      
(2005)  Small Grant  Program Award, University of Houston. 
                Award No. U$S 3,000.-
(2003)  New Faculty Grant Award, University of Houston.
                Award No. U$S 6,000.-
(1997) Center for International and Comparative Studies (CICS) Graduate Student Research Grant .
(1996) Center for International and Comparative Studies (CICS) Graduate Student Research Grant.
(1996) Sawyer Mellon Research Grant.
(1991-1993): UBACYT Young Scholars’ Research Fellowship. Center for Advanced  Studies. UBA, Argentina. 
(1988-1990): UBACYT Research Fellowship  --Student Award--. Institute of Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina.


Student Grants

(2010-2011) NSF # 1024205. Marina Lacalle (CO-PI): Doctoral Dissertation Research in Political Science: Institutional Variation, Balance of Power and Agenda Control: Evidence from the Argentine Subnational Legislatures. University of Houston.


Conference Presentations

American Political Science Association: 1997, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013.
Latin American Studies Association: 1997, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013.
Midwest Political Science Association: 1997, 1998, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.


Professional and University Service

Professional Committee work:
(2013-          ) Editorial Board, Comparative Political Studies.
(2011-          ) Editorial Board, Legislative Studies Quarterly.
(2014) Section Coordinator, Vote and Representation Section of the 2014 meeting of MPSA, Chicago.
(2011- 2013) Executive Board, Comparative Politics section of the American Political Science Association.
(2012) APSA Heinz Eulau Award Committee.
 (2010-2014) Editorial Board, American Journal of Political Science.
(2010- 2014) Executive Council, Southern Political Science Association
(2011) Lijphart/Przeworski/Verba Data Set Award Committee.
(2011) SPSA Journal of Politics Best Paper Award Committee. 
(2008) Section Coordinator of the Latin and Caribbean Section of the 2008 meeting of the Southern Political Science Association.
(2006) At Large Member of the Executive Committee of LAPIS (Political Institutions section of the Latin American Studies Association).

Journal Reviewer
America Latina Hoy, American Journal of Political Science, American Political Science Review, British Journal of Political Science, Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Studies, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, Desarrollo Económico, Electoral Studies, International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Politics, Journal of Legislative Studies, Latin American Politics and Society, Latin American Research Review, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Political Analysis, Political Studies, Political Research Quarterly, Política y Gestión (Mexico), Política y Gestión (UNSAM, Argentina), Quarterly Journal of Political Science, Revista de Ciencia Política (Chile), Studies in Comparative and International Development, Social Science Quarterly, World Politics.

Academic Project Reviewer

Agencia Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia (Argentina), CONICET (Argentina), National Science Foundation (USA), FONDECYT (Chile), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC, Canada).

University of Maryland, Committee work:

Associate Chair of GVPT (2012- ); Chair, BSOS Search, Computation for the Social Science Search; Co-Chair of the LASC Review Committee (2013), BSOS; Executive Committee (2010-2012).
Other Committee Service: Merit Committee, Admissions, Search, Graduate Committee.

University of Houston, Committee work:
Executive Committee (2008-2009, 2009-2010); Search Committee (2002, 2004, 2005); Graduate Committee (2003-2004, 2006-2007, 2009-2010); Vision Committee (2006-2007).


Other Professional Activities

2012- Technical assistance to the project “The Political Economy of Tax Reform,” Inter-American Development Bank RG-K1199.
2011- Assessment of the ballot reforms of Salta, Cordoba, and Santa Fe. CIPPEC. Argentina.
2005- Advisor to the E-Vote Pilot, Government of the City of Buenos Aires, October 23. 
2003- International monitor to the vote data processing unit (TSE) for the 2003 Presidential Election, Guatemala.  November 9, 2003. Coordinated by Marcelo Escolar.

  1. 2002. Senior Researcher of the Political Reform program. Government of the City of Buenos Aires.

2000- 2001. Head of the “Political Reform” program. National Institute of Public Administration (INAP). Argentine Chief of Staff Cabinet (Jefatura de Gabinete). Argentina.
2000-2001.  Senior Researcher of the Argentine team of the four country study “Democracy and Inequality in the XXIst Century”. CPS (South Africa), ITDT (Argentina), UESP (Brazil), Jean-John Bariya (Uganda).


Conferences and Professional Presentations

96. May 19, 2016: Argentine Elections 2015, Tulane, New Orleans.
95. May 10, 2016: Tweeting #Nisman, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy.
94. April 29, 2016: Tuiteando #Nisman, Colegio de México, Ciudad de México.
93. September 29, 2015. Tweeting #Nisman. Book Presentation. Libros del Pasaje. Buenos Aires.
92. Tuesday, September 22, 2015. Argentine Elections 2015. DRC, Harvard University.
91. Monday, September 21, 2015. Tweeting #Nisman. Department of Government. Harvard University.
90. Wednesday, July 15, 2015. Tweeting #Nisman. UNSAM. Argentina.
89. Thursday, May 21, 2015. The Valence Gap. UMD, 2015.
88. Thursday, March 26, 2015. Responsiveness and Responsibility. Kentucky University.
87. Wednesday, February 25 2015. Responsiveness and Responsibility. Duke.
86. Friday, November 21, 2014. Responsiveness and Responsibility. Miami University.
86. Friday, June 27 2014. Book Presentation. Legislator Success in Fragmented Congresses. UTDT, Argentina.
85. Thursday, April 28, 2014. Political Institutions in Argentina. Harvard University.
84. Wednesday, April 2, 2014. Ideological Lensing, Information Effects, and the Vote. Columbia University.
83. Thursday, February 20, 2014. Methodological Innovations in the Study of Elections in Europe and Beyond. Texas A&M. Texas.
82. Thursday, February 13, 2014. Argentina Today and Tomorrow. Brown University.
81. Thursday, August 10, 2013. Big Data Analysis. Universidade de Brasilia. Brazil.
80. Tuesday, August 8, 2013. Legislator Success in Fragmented Congresses. UFG. Brazil
79. Friday, July 19, 2013. Social Protests, Inequality, and Redistribution. SAAP, Parana. Argentina.
78. Monday, July 15, 2013. Nacionalización. Unsam. Argentina.
77. Thursday, May 23, 2013. Social Protests, Inequality, and Redistribution. LASA. Washington DC.
76. Thursday, May 22, 2013. Where is the Party? Niche, Catch-All, and Weakly Institutionalized Parties in Argentina and Chile, LASA, Washington DC.
75. Thursday, April 11, 2013. The Achilles Heel of Plurality Systems: Geography and Representation in Multi-Party Democracies. MPSA, Chicago.
74. September 28, 2012. Ideological Lensing, Information Effects, and the Vote. University of North Caroline, Chapel-Hill.
73. July 12, 2012. Selecting Clients, Universidad de San Martin. Buenos Aires
72. June 20, 2012. Ideological Lensing, Information Effects, and the Vote, UBA, Buenos Aires.
71. May 9, 2012. Selecting Clients. Hebrew University of Jersualem.
70. May 7, 2012. When Parties meet Voters. University of Tel Aviv.
69. April 28, 2012. Ideological Lensing. Juan March, Madrid.
68. March 5, 2012. Selecting Clients. Stanford University.
67. November 2, 2011. The Responsive Legislature. Book presentation. Duke University.
66. August 12, 2011. Selecting Clients. UESP, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
65. July 30, 2011. Nuevas Metodologías Cuantitativas de Análisis Político: Análisis de Redes Sociales, Análisis de Supervivencia y Text-mining. SAAP, Córdoba, Argentina.
64. July 28, 2011. Desnacionalización Politica. SAAP, Córdoba, Argentina.
63. July 27, 2011. La Nacionalización de la Colaboración Legislativa. SAAP, Córdoba, Argentina.
62. April 21, 2011. 
Argentina and Peronismo. LABS, University of Chicago.
61. March 31, 2011. The Nationalization of Legislative Collaboration. MPSA, Chicago.
60. March 18, 2011. Legislator Success in Fragmented Congresses: Plurality Cartels, Minority Presidents, and Lawmaking in Argentina. IDB. 
59. Discussing Luis Maira’s research “U.S. Neo-Conservative Thought: Its Influence in Latin America.” Woodrow Wilson Interantional Center for Scholars. October 29, 2010.
58. Washington DC. APSA 2010. Calvo, Ernesto and Marcelo Leiras. Party Competition and the Delivery of Clientelistic Goods: Party Equilibrium in Clientelistic and Programmatic Environments.    
57. Washington DC. APSA 2010. Calvo, Ernesto and Marcelo Leiras. Compañero, Correligionario, Coprovinciano: The Denationalization of Legislative Collaboration in Argentina.    
56. Washington University, St. Louis. February 26, 2010.  Calvo, Ernesto and Aldo Ponce. Meet the Producer: Economic Shocks, Exchange Rate Regimes, and the Politics of Economic Networks. 
55. Princeton University, February 25, 2010. Selecting Clients: Partisan Networks and the Electoral Benefits of Targeted Distribution.
54. University of Salamanca, Spain, December 2009. Committee Success in Fragmented Congresses. Presented at the Conference El Poder Legislativo en América Latina en perspectiva Comparada: desempeño y líneas de investigación. Salamanca, December 12.
53. Washington University. Selecting Clients: Partisan Networks and the Electoral Benefits of Targeted Distribution. Conference on Vote-Maximizing Strategies of Political Parties. St. Louis, November 5-7, 2009.  
52. Yale University, Selecting Clients: Partisan Networks and the Electoral Benefits of Targeted Distribution. November 4, 2009. Comparative Politics Workshop.
51. Columbia University, Selecting Clients: Partisan Networks and the Electoral Benefits of Targeted Distribution. October 21, 2009. Comparative Politics Workshop.
50. Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo. Selecting Clients: Partisan Networks and the Electoral Benefits of Targeted Distribution. Presented at the XXXV Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Toronto, Canada, September 3-6, 2009.
49. Calvo, Ernesto and Aldo Ponce. Meet the Producer: Economic Shocks, Exchange Rate Regimes, and the Politics of Economic Networks. Presented at the XXXV Annual Meeting of the Political Science Association, Toronto, Canada, September 3-6, 2009.
49. Calvo, Ernesto and Maria Victoria Murillo. Selecting Clients: Partisan Networks and the Electoral Benefits of Targeted Distribution. Universidad de San Andres. July, 2009.
48. June 13, 2009: Committee Success in Fragmented Congresses. Presented at the 2009 Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans. 
47. June 13, 2009: Calvo, Ernesto and Gergely Ujhelyi. A Screening Model of Patronage
46. University of Virginia, Political Science. March 27, 2009. Patronage Networks and Voting.
45. University of Houston, Center for Public Policy, March 25. Screening in Patronage Spending. 
44. January 8, 2009: Legislative Success in Fragmented Congresses. Presented at the 2009 Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans. 
43. August 28, 2008: When Parties Meet Voters: Partisan Networks and Distributive Expectations in Argentina and Chile. Presented at the 2008 Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 28-31, Boston, Massachusetts
42. August 28, 2008: Legislative Success in Fragmented Congresses. Presented at the 2008 Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 28-31, Boston, Massachusetts
41. July 4, 2008: Legislative Success in Fragmented Congresses. Instituto Nacional de Investigación y Administración Pública (INAP). Argentina.
40. April 24, 2008:  When Parties Meet Voters: Partisan Networks and Distributive Expectations in Argentina and Chile. University of Minnesota, Department of Political Science.
39. November 29, 2007: Comparing Revealed Preferences in the Argentine and US Congresses Using Cosponsorship and Roll Call Data. Presented in the Conference Measures of Legislators’ Policy Preferences and the Dimensionality of Policy Spaces. Washington University, St. Louis. 
38. July 12, 2007: How Many Clients does it take to win and election? Estimating the Size and Structure of Political Networks in Argentina and Chile. Universidad Torcuato Di Tella.
37. February 2, 2007: Policy Balancing through Legislative Success. Paper presented in the conference Party Politics in Europe at the Transnational Level. Institute for International Integration Studies Trinity College February 2-3, 2007
36. January 30, 2007:  Equilibrium Strategies with Party-Specific Proximity Preferences: A Multilevel Design to Estimate Nash Equilibria in Multiparty Elections. Department of Political Science, Trinity College.
35. November 19, 2006: Legislative Success, Law Productivity, and Policy Weight in a Presidential Democracy. Columbia University.
34. May 23, 2006: Split-ticket incentives under alternative e-voting devices. Harvard University. 
33. May 16, 2006: Analyzing Legislative Success in Latin America: The Case of Democratic Argentina. Caltech. 
32. April 21, Split-ticket incentives under alternative e-voting devices. MPSA, Chicago.
31. April 13, 2006: The Responsive Legislature. Department of Political Science. University of Pennsylvania.
30. March, 16, 2006:     Analyzing Legislative Success in Latin America. LASA, San Juan, PR. 
29. December 1, 2005: “The Competitive Road to Proportional Representation: Electoral Regime Change under Increasing Party Competition”. CIDE, Mexico City, Mexico.
28. September 1, 2005: What The Senator Prefers, What the Senator Proposes: A Statistical Model To Estimate the Location Of the Policy Proposal And The Status Quo In Roll Call Votes. With Noah Kaplan. Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting September 1-4, 2005 Washington DC.
27. September 1, 2005: September 1, 2005: Partisan Effect of Electoral Reforms in Latin America. Presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, September 1-4, 2005 Washington DC.
26. August 7, 2005: Book Presentation: La Nueva Politica de Partidos en la Argentina. Discussants: Anibal Fernandez (Ministro de Interior), Edward Gibson (Northwestern University), and Ricardo Kirchbaum (Clarin). Also presented at the Universidad del Litoral, Santa Fe, August 10.
25. April 115, 2005: The Governor’s Backyard. 62nd Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 15-18, 2004.
24. October 14, 2004: The Responsive Legislature: Public Opinion and Law Making in a Highly Disciplined Legislature. To be presented at the UNC-DUKE political Economy Workshop.
23. September 3-4, 2004: The Governor’s Backyard: Measuring the Effect of Subnational Electoral Reforms in Multiparty Races. Prepared for delivery at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 2 - September 5, 2004.
22. June 27, 2004: The Responsive Legislature. Paper presented at the Political Science Department,  Universidad Torcuato di Tella, Argentina.
21. April 15-17, 2004: The Governor’s Backyard: a Bayesian Model to Estimate Partisan Bias in Multiparty (Subnational) Electoral Reforms. Papered prepared to be presented at the 62nd Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 15-18, 2004.
20. August 29-31, 2003: Who Delivers? Prepared for delivery at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 30, Philadelphia.
19. August 7-8, 2003. International Conference on State Legislatures, Belo Horizonte. Brazil. 
18. March 20-21, 2003. Rethinking Dual Transitions: Argentine Politics in the 1990s. Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. Harvard University.
17. February 19 , 2003. Electoral Reforms in Latin America. Yale, New Haven. 
16.January 7-11, 2003. Discussant for the forum Encounter with the Authors. Acemoglu and Robinson “Political Origins of Democracy and Dictatorship”, Center for Basic Research in Social Science, Harvard University.
15. June 17, 18, 2002. Places and Relationships in Ecological Inference: Uncovering Contextual Effects through a Geographically Weighted Autoregressive model. Conference “Recent advances on ecological inference”. Boston. CBRSS, Harvard University. 
14. September 8, 2001. Institutional Gamblers: Majoritarian Representation, Electoral Uncertainty, and The Coalitional Costs of Mexico’s Hybrid Electoral System. Paper presented at the XXIII Latin American Studies Association, Washington, September 6-8.
13. June 20, 2001.  Paper  presented at the Foro sobre Reforma Política del Distrito Federal. Palacio de Minería, Ciudad de México. 20, 21 y 22 de junio, 2001. México. 
12. June 6, 2001: The Business of Trade Reforms: Business Associations and Trade Liberalization in Mexico and Argentina. Paper Presented at the conference Representation and Democratic Politics in Latin America. Buenos Aires, June 7-8, 2001. Universidad de San Andrés. Argentina. 
11. May 28, 2001: The New Alliance. Paper presented at the Center for Policy Studies. South-Africa. Part of the project Democracy and Inequality in the XXIst Century. South-Africa.
10. November 7, 2000: Disconcerted Industrialists, University of Arizona, Department of Political Science. USA.
9. November 1, 2000: Reforma Política, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, UBA. 
Argentina.
8. September 1999: Promoting Power: From Import Protection to Export Promotion in Latin America. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA). September 2-5. Atlanta. USA. 
7. July 1999: The Transformations of Labor Markets in Latin America: Collective Bargaining and Industrial Wage Inequality, UTDT, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
6. June 1999: Reallocative Federalism: Overrepresentation and Public Spending in the Western Hemisphere, With Edward Gibson and Tulia Falleti. Prepared for the Conference on “Federalism, Democracy, and Public Policy” Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económica, Mexico City, June 14-15.Cide. México.  
5. April 1998-1997: Electoral Coalitions and Market Reforms: Evidence From Argentina. In collaboration with Edward Gibson. Presented at the Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Guadalajara. Also presented in professional meetings and conferences in USA, England, Argentina, and Mexico.
4. April 1997: Presentation of the paper Disconcerted Industrialists: The Mexican Experience, Presented at the Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Guadalajara, Mexico, April 1997. 
3. February 1997: Presentation of the paper Disconcerted Industrialists: Research Agenda; Workshop of Comparative Politics, Northwestern University. 
2. July 1996: Presentation  of the paper Political Strategies by Economic Actors: Industrial Restructuring in the 90s. Maestría en Ciencia Política de la Universidad de Buenos Aires.
1. July 1990: De Alfonsín a Menem: una Crisis de Racionalidad, presented to the II National Congress of Graduate Students and Students of Political Science, Bs. As. Argentina.


ecalvo@umd.edu

2016 |