PUBLICATIONS

The Non-Democratic Roots of Mass Education: Evidence from 200 Years. American Political Science Review (pdf) (html including Annotations for Transparent Inquiry) (appendix) 

  

- APSA 2019 Best Comparative Policy Paper Award 

Public-Sector Unions and the Size of Government. 2019. American Journal of Political Science 63(1): 21-36. (pdf)

   

- APSA 2016 Dorothy Day Award for best labor politics paper

- APPAM 2013 exemplary research on the politics of policymaking

- Media coverage: Washington Post, The Economist, POLITICO, NBC News, ABC WJLA, Education WeekGoverning Magazine, Bloomberg

We Have History - and How it Changed Me. 2019. In Eugene Finkel, Adria Lawrence, and Andrew Mertha, eds. CP: Newsletter of the Comparative Politics Organized Section of the American Political Science Association 29(2): 18-25. (pdf)

Understanding Human Resources in Broad-Access Higher Education (with Susanna Loeb and Eric Taylor). 2014. In Remaking College: The Changing Ecology of Higher Education, edited by Mitchell Stevens and Michael Kirst. Stanford University Press.

The Early Childhood Care and Education Workforce from 1990 through 2010: Changing Dynamics and Persistent Concerns (with Daphna Bassok, Susanna Loeb, and Maria Fitzpatrick). 2013. Education Finance and Policy 8(4): 581-601.

WORKING PAPERS

Civil Conflict, State Consolidation, and the Spread of Mass Education. Under Review. (pdf)

- APSA 2018 Fiona McGillivray Award for the best Political Economy paper

The Political Economy of National School Curricula: Evidence from Argentina and Chile, 1860-1970 (with Jennifer Guevara and Camila Pérez Navarro) (pdf)

Is Universal Preschool More Resilient to Budget Cuts than Targeted? Evidence from the Great Recession (with Erica Greenberg) (pdf)

Durable Goods for Enduring Voters? Evidence from a School Construction Program in Argentina (pdf)

Teacher Unions and Education Reform in Argentina (pdf)

WORK IN PROGRESS

When Does Education Promote Democracy? Evidence from Curriculum Reforms in Mexico (with Francisco Garfias and Enrique Seira)email me to request a preliminary draft

Political Determinants of Education Quality (based on the  Historical Education Quality Database) 

Assistant Professor

University of California, San Diego

Dept. of Political Science &

Global School of Policy and Strategy

apaglayan@ucsd.edu 

twitter: @aspaglayan