© 2016 MALU A. C. GATTO

 Publications

peer-reviewed articles

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]

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

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]

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]

works in progress

“Why Do Male Politicians Support Gender Quotas? Policy-making and legislative preferences in Latin America"  [Abstract]

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

"What Do Voters Want? Politician Characteristics and the Gendered Preferences of Brazilian Voters" (with Anna Petherick) [Abstract]

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

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

"Behavioural Foundations of Negative Attitudes Towards Women and their Impacts on Male-Female Competition" (with Jordan Mansell) [Abstract]

“Electoral Capital and the Motivations of Political Reform among Brazilian Legislators" (with David Kohan) [Abstract]

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