Jenny Guardado is an assistant professor of political economy at the School of Foreign Service of Georgetown University. She specializes in economic development, political economy of development and comparative politics. Prior to joining Georgetown, she was a postdoctoral scholar at the Harris School of Public Policy (University of Chicago), and received her PhD from the Department of Politics at New York University.
Areas of Expertise: Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Economic History, Corruption, Armed Conflict
“Transactional Sex with Peacekeepers in Greater Monrovia” (with M. Gilligan, B. Beber and S. Karim) (Forthcoming)
“Methodology Update: Randomised Controlled Trials, Structural Models and the Study of Politics”” Journal of African Economies, 20(4):653–672, 2011. (with Leonard Wantchekon).
“La identidad partidista en Mexico: Las dimensiones políticas de la competencia en las elecciones presidenciales de 2000 y 2006” in Politica y Gobierno, Elecciones en Mexico 1: 137-175 (in Spanish).