© 2016 MALU A. C. GATTO

 Publications

peer-reviewed articles

  1. Gatto, Malu A. C., Anita R. Gohdes, Denise Traber, and Mariken A.C.G. van der Velden (2019), "Selecting In or Selection Out? Gender gaps and political methodology in Europe", PS: Political Science & Politics.  53.1: 122-127. [Link]​​

  2. Gatto, Malu A. C. and Timothy J. Power (2016), “Postmaterialism and Political Elites: The Value Priorities of Brazilian Legislators”, Journal of Politics in Latin America 8.1: 33-68. [Link]

book chapters

  1. Gatto, Malu A. C. (2017), “The Variation of Quota Designs and Their Origins in Latin America (1991–2015)”, in Tomáš Došek, Flavia Freidenberg, Mariana Caminotti, and Betilde Muñoz-Pogossian (Eds.) Women, Politics, and Democracy in Latin America. NY: Palgrave Macmillan. [Link]

  2. Gatto, Malu A. C. (2017), “Gender Quotas, Legislative Resistance and Non-Legislative Reform”, in Pedro Fortes, Larissa Boratti, Andres Palacios and Tom Gerald Daly (Eds.) Latin American Law and Policy: Transforming Courts, Institutions and Rights. London: Palgrave Macmillan. [Link]

under review

  1. "Casting ballots when knowing results: Bandwagon and disillusioned voting in a real-world setting" (with Victor Araújo) [Draft]

  2. "State-sponsored Trade Unions and their Political Influence after Democratic Transitions" (with Daniel Fedorowycz and Barry Maydom) [Abstract]

  3. "Exploring feminist movements at Beijing +25" (with Maxine Molyneux, Adrija Dey, and Holly Rowden)

working papers

  1. "Strong law on paper: Policy implementation variation and violence against women in Brazilian municipalities" (with Victor Araújo)

  2. "The Presidenta Effect: Perceptions of Women in Politics in Post-impeachment Brazil" (with Anna Petherick) [Abstract]

  3. "Gendering Coalitional Presidentialism in Brazil" (with Kristin N. Wylie and Pedro dos Santos) [Abstract]

  4. "Resisting and Accommodating Institutional Change: Provisional Commissions, Laranjas, and Gendered Candidate Selection in Brazilian Legislative Elections" (with Kristin N. Wylie) [Abstract]