Guillermo Toral

Guillermo Toral

CV (pdf)

Biography

Guillermo Toral is a PhD candidate in Political Science at MIT, where he specializes in comparative politics, political economy, and methods, with a substantive focus on issues of development, governance, and corruption. He is a Visiting Democracy Fellow at the Harvard Ash Center, and a Graduate Research Fellow at MIT GOV/LAB.

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He holds an Phil in Comparative Politics from the University of Oxford, and a BA in Political Science and Public Administration from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Before coming to MIT, he spent several years working on education policy and programs at the World Bank, in Washington DC and across Latin America.

Papers

"The benefits of patronage: How the political appointment of bureaucrats can enhance their accountability and effectiveness." link

"Accountability backlash: Negative electoral responses to public service provision in Brazil" (with Taylor Boas and F. Daniel Hidalgo) — Under review. link

"Political bureaucratic cycles: How politicians’ responses to electoral incentives and anti-corruption policies disrupt the bureaucracy and service delivery around elections." link

"Information, oversight and compliance: A field experiment on horizontal accountability in Brazil." link

Biography

Guillermo Toral is a PhD candidate in Political Science at MIT, where he specializes in comparative politics, political economy, and methods, with a substantive focus on issues of development, governance, and corruption. He is a Visiting Democracy Fellow at the Harvard Ash Center, and a Graduate Research Fellow at MIT GOV/LAB.

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The server encountered an internal error and was unable to complete your request. Either the server is overloaded or there is an error in the application.

He holds an Phil in Comparative Politics from the University of Oxford, and a BA in Political Science and Public Administration from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Before coming to MIT, he spent several years working on education policy and programs at the World Bank, in Washington DC and across Latin America.

Papers

"The benefits of patronage: How the political appointment of bureaucrats can enhance their accountability and effectiveness." link

"Accountability backlash: Negative electoral responses to public service provision in Brazil" (with Taylor Boas and F. Daniel Hidalgo) — Under review. link

"Political bureaucratic cycles: How politicians’ responses to electoral incentives and anti-corruption policies disrupt the bureaucracy and service delivery around elections." link

"Information, oversight and compliance: A field experiment on horizontal accountability in Brazil." link