Comparative politics; Political economy; Latin American politics
Adriana Crespo-Tenorio, Nathan M. Jensen, and Guillermo Rosas. 2014. "Political Liabilities: Surviving Banking Crises," Comparative Political Studies 47(7): 1047-1074.
Guillermo Rosas, Noel P. Johnston, and Kirk Hawkins. 2014. "Local public goods as vote-purchasing devices? Persuasion and mobilization in the choice of clientelist payments," Journal of Theoretical Politics 26(4): 573-598.
Guillermo Rosas joined the Department of Political Science in 2004. His research interests include comparative political economy (politics and finance, determinants of budget deficits, banking crises), and legislative politics in Latin America. He teaches courses in Latin American politics, political economy of development, and research methods.