Alison E. Post
Alison E. Post
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
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Can developing countries both decentralize and depoliticize urban water services? Evaluating the legacy of the 1990s reform wave
V Herrera, AE Post
World Development 64, 621-641, 2014
Foreign and domestic investment in Argentina: the politics of privatized infrastructure
AE Post
Cambridge University Press, 2014
Hybrid Regimes for Local Public Goods Provision
AE Post, V Bronsoler, L Salman
Perspectives on Politics 15 (4), 952-966, 2017
Cities and politics in the developing world
AE Post
Annual Review of Political Science 21, 115-133, 2018
State, society, and informality in cities of the Global South
AM Auerbach, A LeBas, AE Post, R Weitz-Shapiro
Studies in Comparative International Development 53 (3), 261-280, 2018
Flows, leaks and blockages in informational interventions: A field experimental study of Bangalore's water sector
T Kumar, AE Post, I Ray
World Development 106, 149-160, 2018
Blame avoidance and policy stability in developing democracies: The politics of public security in Buenos Aires
H Flom, AE Post
Comparative Politics 49 (1), 23-46, 2016
Policy traps: Consumer subsidies in post-crisis Argentina
T Bril-Mascarenhas, AE Post
Studies in Comparative International Development 50 (1), 98-120, 2015
Frontline worker compliance with transparency reforms: Barriers posed by family and financial responsibilities
C Hyun, AE Post, I Ray
Governance 31 (1), 65-83, 2018
Liquid assets and fluid contracts: Explaining the uneven effects of water and sanitation privatization
AE Post
Harvard University, 2009
How investor portfolios shape regulatory outcomes: Privatized infrastructure after crises
AE Post, MV Murillo
World Development 77, 328-345, 2016
The regulatory state under stress: economic shocks and regulatory bargaining in the Argentine electricity and water sectors
AE Post, MV Murillo
The rise of the regulatory state of the south: Infrastructure and …, 2013
Home court advantage: investor type and contractual resilience in the Argentine water sector
AE Post
Politics & Society 42 (1), 107-132, 2014
How a Law Stays a Law: The Durability of US Tax Breaks, 1967-2003
AE Post, P Pierson
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, 2005
From public service access to service quality: The distributive politics of piped water in Bangalore
T Kumar, AE Post, I Ray, M Otsuka, F Pardo-Bosch
World Development 151, 105736, 2022
Using crowd-sourced data to study public services: Lessons from Urban India
AE Post, A Agnihotri, C Hyun
Studies in Comparative International Development 53 (3), 324-342, 2018
Pathways for redistribution: privatisation, regulation and incentives for pro-poor investment in the Argentine water sector
AE Post
International Journal of Public Policy 4 (1-2), 51-75, 2009
Hybrid modes of urban water delivery in low-and middle-income countries
A Post, I Ray
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Environmental Science, 2020
The politics of ‘contracting out’to the private sector: Water and sanitation in Argentina
AE Post
The Politics of Non-State Social Welfare, edited by Melani Cammett and …, 2014
The Paradoxical Politics of Water Metering in Argentina
AE Post
Poverty in Focus 18, 16-18, 2009
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