Juan Pablo Micozzi  Curriculum Vitae  March 2012   

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Juan Pablo Micozzi Curriculum Vitae March 2012 Department of Political Science University of New Mexico MSC05 3070 Albuquerque, NM ‐ 87131 Email: [email protected] Office: (505)‐277‐5231 Fax: (505)‐277‐2821 Cell: (505)‐340‐1181 POSITIONS Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of New Mexico (Fall 2009‐) EDUCATION Ph.D. M.A. B.A. Rice University (Political Science), 2009 Dissertation: “The Electoral Connection in Multilevel Systems with Non‐Static Career Ambition: Linking Political Careers and Legislative Performance in Argentina” Committee: Mark P. Jones (chair), Randy Stevenson, Royce Carroll, Ronald Soligo (Economics) and Ernesto Calvo (University of Houston). Rice University (Political Science), 2006 Universidad de Buenos Aires (Political Science, Licentiate Degree), 2000 ARTICLES (REFEREED) 1. "Government and Opposition in the Argentine Congress, 1989‐2007: Understanding Inter‐
Party Dynamics through Roll Call Vote Analysis". 2009. Journal of Politics in Latin America 1 (1): 67‐96. With Mark P. Jones and Wonjae Hwang. 2. “The Governor’s Backyard: A Bayesian Model to Estimate Partisan Bias in Multiparty (Subnational) Electoral Reforms.” 2005. The Journal of Politics 67 (4): 1050‐1074. With Ernesto Calvo. BOOK CHAPTERS 1. “Control, Concertación, Crisis y Cambio: Cuatro C para dos K en el Congreso Nacional.” 2011. In Miguel De Luca and Andres Malamud (eds.), Política y sociedad en los años del kirchnerismo, pp. 49‐
62, Buenos Aires: Eudeba. With Mark P. Jones. 2. “Argentina: Resilience in the Face of Challenges”. 2011. In Levine, Daniel, and José Molina (eds.), The Quality of Democracy in Latin America, pp. 63‐82, Boulder, CO: Lynn Rienner Publishers. With Mark P. Jones. 3. “El caso del PDS/DS: Metamorfosis, Auge y Caída de la Nueva Izquierda Italiana.” 2007. In Juan Manuel Abal Medina (ed.), Los Senderos de la Nueva Izquierda Partidaria. Buenos Aires: Prometeo, pp. 45‐62. 4. “Evolución de los Sistemas de Partidos en América Latina: Balance de la Ultima Década.” 2002. In Marcelo Cavarozzi and Juan Manuel Abal Medina (eds.), El Asedio a la Política: los Partidos Latinoamericanos en la Era Neoliberal, Buenos Aires: Homo Sapiens, pp. 435‐472. 5. “Las Fuentes Institucionales del Gobierno Dividido en Argentina: Sesgo Mayoritario, Sesgo Partidario y Competencia Electoral en las Legislaturas Provinciales Argentinas.” 2001. In Ernesto Calvo and Juan Manuel Abal Medina, (eds.), El Federalismo Electoral Argentino, Buenos Aires: Editorial de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, pp. 65‐110. With Ernesto Calvo and others. NON­REFEREED ARTICLES 1. “Al final, toda politica es local? Reflexiones breves sobre el Congreso Nacional.” 2010. Revista Espacios Politicos, Nr. 6, Buenos Aires, Argentina, pp. 26‐27. 2. “Carreras políticas y ambición multinivel.” 2010. Revista El Estadista, Nr. 1, Vol. 1, pp. 13‐14. 3. “Ambición y Performance Legislativa en el Congreso Nacional.” 2009. In VV.AA., Nuevos Estudios sobre el Poder Legislativo, Buenos Aires, Argentina: SGP/SsGE, pp. 53‐62. 4. "The Administration of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner: Past Smooth Sailing, Present Stormy Waters, and Future Uncertain." 2008. Global Dialogue 10: 90‐96. With Mark P. Jones. UNDER REVIEW
“From House to Home: Linking Multi‐Level Ambition and Legislative Performance in Argentina.” 2012. “Does Electoral Accountability make a Difference? Direct Elections, Career Ambition and Legislative Performance in the Argentine Senate”. 2012. “Alliance for progress? Multilevel ambition and patterns of cosponsorship in the Argentine House”. 2012 “The Argentine Congress under the Kirchners: Unrepresentative and Ineffective.” 2012. “Bicameralism, Gender Quotas, and Women’s Representation: Evidence from Argentina, 1983‐
2007”. 2012 “The more Women at Work, the sooner we win? Gender Quotas and Legislative Productivity in the Argentine Congress”. 2012. BOOK MANUSCRIPT IN PROGRESS “Ambition and Legislative Politics in Multilevel Systems: Exploring the Contemporary Argentine Congress” PAPERS ABOUT TO BE SENT FOR REVIEW “The Evolution of Party Politics in Texas, 1973‐2006: Tracing the Emergence of a Partisan Legislature”, Working Paper #23 of The Center on Institutions & Governance, University of California, Berkeley. With Mark P. Jones and Greg Vonnahme. WORK IN PROGRESS “Legislative Politics in the Foundational Period: Evaluating the Argentine Congressional Performance 1862‐1930.” “Possible Plays in the Impossible Game: Party Competition in Argentina, 1958‐1976.” With Sebastian Saiegh “The Subnational Connection in Unitary Regimes: Progressive Ambition and Legislative Behavior in Uruguay.” With Daniel Chasquetti “Non‐Binding Resolutions in the U.S. House of Representatives.” With Michael Rocca “Race, Ethnicity and Gender in the Brazilian House.” With Mala Htun. “Where’s the Party? Subnational Legislative Behavior in a ‘Non‐Partisan’ Legislature: The case of the City of Buenos Aires”. 2011. With Marina Lacalle. “The Incumbency Advantage in Multilevel Systems: Understanding Strategic Entry and Exit Mayoral Decisions in Argentina” “Switching Districts, Changing Bills? Fennomenal Rational Adaptations in the Argentine House” “Partisan Dynamics and Representation in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies.” With Mark P. Jones AWARDS John W. Gardner Award for the Best Dissertation in Social Sciences. Rice University, 2009. Allan Saxe Award for the Best Paper on State and Local Politics, “The Evolution of Party Politics in Texas, 1973‐2006: Tracing the Emergence of a Partisan Legislature", Southwestern Political Science Association. With Mark P. Jones and Greg Vonnahme. April 2007. Best Paper on Latin American Political Institutions, “The Governor’s Backyard: A Bayesian Model to estimate Partisan Bias in Multiparty (Subnational) Electoral Reforms”, Latin American Political Institutions Section of the Latin American Studies Association. With Ernesto Calvo. March 2006. FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS Research Allocation Committee, Faculty Senate, UNM 2011 Faculty Field Research Grant, Latin American and Iberian Institute, UNM Feminist Research Institute Grant, University of New Mexico Ora N. Arnold Graduate Research Fellowship, Rice University 2010‐2011 2010 2008‐2009 Ovetta Culp Hobby Fellowship in Public Policy, Rice University APSA Travel Grant for International Students Graduate Fellowship, Rice University 2006‐2007 2006‐2007 2004‐2009 PAPERS PRESENTED 1. “Bicameralism, Gender Quotas, and the Legislative Process: Evidence from Argentina, 1983‐
2007.” Presented at the Feminist Research Institute, University of New Mexico, February 29th, 2012. 2. “Alliance for progress? Multilevel ambition and patterns of cosponsorship in the Argentine House.” Presented at the Brown Bag Series, Student Organization of Latin American Students, University of New Mexico, February 1st, 2012. 3. “From House to Home: Strategic Bill Drafting in Multilevel Systems with Non‐Static Ambition.” Presented at the 2011 Academic Meeting, Asociación Uruguaya de Ciencia Política (AUCIP), Montevideo, Uruguay, December 12th, 2011. 4. “Bicameralism, Gender Quotas, and the Legislative Process: Evidence from Argentina, 1983‐
2007.” Presented at the Political Science Workshop, Pontificia Universidad Catolica, Chile, November 18th, 2011. 5. “Bicameralism, Gender Quotas, and the Legislative Process: Evidence from Argentina, 1983‐
2007.” Presented at the First International Meeting “Legislativos en América Latina: mirada crítica y agendas pendientes”, ALACIP, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, October 19th‐21st, 2011. 6. “Bicameralism, Gender Quotas, and the Legislative Process: Evidence from Argentina, 1983‐
2007.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, September 1st‐4th, 2011. 7. “The dynamics of Subnational Runoffs in Argentina: When reversion becomes possible.” Presented at the 10th Annual Conference of the Sociedad Argentina de Analisis Politico, Cordoba, Argentina, July 27th‐30th, 2011. 8. “Alliance for progress? Multilevel ambition and patterns of cosponsorship in the Argentine House.” Presented at the 10th Annual Conference of the Sociedad Argentina de Analisis Politico, Cordoba, Argentina, July 27th‐30th, 2011. 9. “Alliance for progress? Multilevel ambition and patterns of cosponsorship in the Argentine House.” Presented at the 69th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, March 31st‐
April 3rd, 2011. 10. “Peronism and the functioning of the Argentine Congress.” Symposium: Latin American Institutions and Democracies, Tulane University, March 24th, 2011. With Mark P. Jones 11. “The more Women at Work, the sooner we win? Gender Quotas and Legislative Productivity in the Argentine Congress”. Feminist Research Institute, University of New Mexico, October 28th, 2010. 12. “Cuotas de Género y Representación Substantiva en el Congreso Nacional Argentino.” Presented at the 5th Latin American Conference (ALACIP), Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 28th‐
30th, 2010. 13. “¿Y donde está el Partido? Instituciones, Prácticas y Cohesión Partidaria en la Legislatura Porteña.” Presented at the 5th Latin American Conference (ALACIP), Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 28th‐30th, 2010. 14. “¿Importa el control electoral? Elecciones directas, ambición política y comportamiento legislativo en el Senado argentino”. Presented at the 5th Latin American Conference (ALACIP), Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 28th‐30th, 2010. 15. “Controlando al Soberano: Impacto de la Eleccion Directa en el Senado Argentino.” Conference “Nuevos Estudios en Politica Latinoamericana”, Universidad de Buenos Aires, June 25th, 2010. 16. “The more Women at Work, the sooner we win? Gender Quotas and Legislative Productivity in the Argentine Congress.” Presented at the 68th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 22nd‐25th, 2010 17. “Does Electoral Accountability make a Difference? Direct Elections, Career Ambition and Legislative Performance in the Argentine Senate”. Presented at the 68th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 22nd‐25th, 2010 18. “Where’s the Party? Examining Legislative Behavior through Roll‐Call Analysis in the City of Buenos Aires’ Legislature.” Presented at the 90th Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, Houston, TX, April 2nd‐5th, 2010 19. “Does Electoral Accountability make a Difference? Direct Elections, Career Ambition and Legislative Performance in the Argentine Senate”. Presented at the 90th Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, Houston, TX, April 2nd‐5th. 20. “¿Importa el control electoral? Elecciones directas, ambición política y comportamiento legislativo en el Senado argentino”. Presented at the International Seminar “El Poder Legislativo en Perspectiva Comparada”, Salamanca, Spain, December 10th ‐12th, 2009. 21. “Does Electoral Accountability make a Difference? Direct Elections, Career Ambition and Legislative Performance in the Argentine Senate”. Presented at the Colloquium Speaker Series, University of New Mexico, November 27th, 2009. 22. “Does Electoral Accountability make a Difference? Direct Elections, Career Ambition and Legislative Performance in the Argentine Senate”. Presented at the Latin American Politics Workshop, University of Houston, October 4th, 2009. 23. “From House to Home: Linking Multi‐Level Ambition and Legislative Performance in Argentina”. Presented at the 67th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 1st‐5th, 2009. 24. “Where’s the Party? Examining Legislative Behavior through Roll‐Call Analysis in the City of Buenos Aires’ Legislature”. Presented at the 67th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 1st‐5th, 2009. With Marina Lacalle. 25. “Linking Political Careers and Legislative Performance: Subnational Determinants of the Argentine Congressional Behavior”. Presented at the Special Seminar, “The Electoral Connection in Argentina”, Department of Political Science, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 12th, 2008. 26. “The Electoral Connection: Progressive Ambition, Territorial Support and Legislative Performance in Argentina”. Presented at the “Conference of Young Researchers about State, Political Institutions and Society”, Secretary of Public Management, Office of the Cabinet Chief of Ministers, Buenos Aires, Argentina, July 4th, 2008. 27. “The Electoral Connection in Multilevel Systems”. Presented at the Seminar “Congress and Politics in Argentina”, Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 19th, 2008. 28. “The Electoral Connection in Multilevel Systems: Progressive Ambition, Constituency Serving and Legislative Performance in Argentina”. Presented at the 66th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 2‐5th, 2008. 29. “Cartel or not Cartel, That is the Question: Federalism, Micro‐Legislation and Congressional Performance in Argentina”. Presented at the Regional Latin Americanist Conference, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, October 18‐19th, 2007. 30. “Cartel or not Cartel, That is the Question: Federalism, Micro‐Legislation and Congressional Performance in Argentina”. Presented at the Latin Americanist Workshop, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, October 4th, 2007. 31. “Assessing the Quality of Democracy in Argentina: An Empirical Approach”. Presented at the XXVII Annual Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, September 5‐8th, 2007. With Mark P. Jones. 32. “Split‐Ticket Voting in the 2000 and 2006 Mexican General Elections”. Presented at the “Conferencia: Las Elecciones 2006 en México”. Presented at Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), Mexico City, Mexico, April 26‐27th, 2007. With Mark P. Jones and Raúl González. 33. “Micro‐legislation, constituency serving and political strategies in federal countries: evidence from Argentina”. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1‐3rd, 2006. 34. “The Evolution of Party Politics in Texas, 1973‐2006: Tracing the Emergence of a Partisan Legislature”. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 13‐15th, 2006. With Mark P. Jones and Greg Vonnahme. 35. “The Evolution of Party Politics in Texas, 1973‐2006: Tracing the Emergence of a Partisan Legislature”. Presented at the University of California‐Berkeley Center on Institutions and Governance and University of California‐San Diego Department of Political Science sponsored “Conference on Legislative Behavior in Europe, the US and Beyond”, La Jolla, California, April 14‐15th, 2006. 36. “The Governor’s Backyard: A Bayesian Model to Estimate Partisan Bias in Multiparty (Subnational) Electoral Reforms”. Presented at the XXV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Las Vegas, Nevada. October 7‐ 9th, 2004. With Ernesto Calvo. 37. “The Governor’s Backyard: National Crises, Reactive Reforms, and Political Survival in the Argentine Provinces”. Presented at the Conference “State Legislatures in Comparative Perspective”, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, August 7‐8th, 2003. With Ernesto Calvo. 38. “Electoral Systems, Political Institutions and Devices for a Political Reform”. A series of lectures presented at the National Institute for the Formation of Political Leaders (INCAP), Ministry of Internal Affairs, Buenos Aires, Argentina. March 13th, 20th, 27th and April 4th, 2003. 39. “Subnational Institutional Reforms in the Provinces of Chaco, Chubut and La Pampa”. Presented at the XXIII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Washington, D.C. September 8‐10th, 2001. OTHER CONFERENCE EXPERIENCE Panel Discussant/Coordinator 1. “Executive‐Legislative Relations”, First International Meeting “Legislativos en América Latina: mirada crítica y agendas pendientes”, ALACIP, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, October 19th‐21st, 2011. 2. “Accountability of Legislators, A Comparative Perspective”, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, September 1st‐4th., 2011. 3. “Congresos, Asambleas y Legislaturas”, 10th Annual Conference of the Sociedad Argentina de Analisis Politico, Cordoba, Argentina, July 27th‐30th, 2011 4. “Legislative Politics in Latin America”, 69th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, March 31st‐April 3rd, 2011. 5. “Elections in Latin America”, 68th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 21st ‐25th, 2010. 6. “Decentralization and Regional Governments”, 68th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 21st‐25th, 2010. 7. “Candidate Characteristics and Electoral Success”, 67th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 1st‐5th, 2009. 8. "Strategic Career Choices in Legislatures", 66th MPSA Annual National Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April 2nd‐5th, 2008. Roundtable Participation 1. “Parties and Party Systems at the Subnational Level.” 10th Annual Conference of the Sociedad Argentina de Analisis Politico, Cordoba, Argentina, July 27th‐30th, 2011. 2. “How to study Political Science in the United States and Europe.” 10th Annual Conference of the Sociedad Argentina de Analisis Politico, Cordoba, Argentina, July 27th‐30th, 2011. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Consultant and Researcher for the Inter American Development Bank (IADB) Project: Program for Institutional Development, Fiscal Reform and Investments Plan for Buenos Aires City ‐ No. 1107/OC‐AR. 2002‐2003. Consultant and Researcher for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Project: Political Reform in Argentina ARG0007. 2000‐2001. TEACHING EXPERIENCE University of New Mexico: Pro‐Seminar in Latin American Politics, Comparative Political Institutions, Introduction to Programming in Stata (graduate), Political Development in Latin America, Introduction to Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Institutions (undergraduate). Fall 2009/Spring 2012 Rice University: Politics, Economics, Culture and Society in Argentina (undergraduate, instructor), Introduction to Comparative Politics (Teaching Assistant, undergraduate). Fall 2008/Spring 2009 Universidad de Buenos Aires: Political Institutions and Government, Introduction to Comparative Politics (Teaching Assistant, undergraduate). Fall 2000/Spring 2004. Universidad Torcuato Di Tella: Political Institutions and Government (Teaching Assistant, undergraduate). Spring 2003. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Reviewer: American Journal of Political Science, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Comparative Political Studies, Comparative Politics, British Journal of Political Science, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, Latin American Research Review, Latin American Politics and Society, Politica y Gobierno, Revista de Ciencia Politica, Post­Data. Department and University Service: Fellowships and Grants Committee, Latin American and Iberian Institute, University of New Mexico (2009‐12) Graduate Recruitment Committee, University of New Mexico (2012) Graduate Committee, Department of Political Science, University of New Mexico (2010‐12) Dissertation Committee: Graduate: Yann Kerevel (co‐chair, ABD) Grant Burrier (ABD) Undergraduate: Jessica Corso (thesis supervisor) Miguel Lorenzoni (external member, Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay) PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Political Science Association Midwest Political Science Association Sociedad Argentina de Análisis Político Asociación Latinoamericana de Ciencia Política 
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