Works in Progress

“Elite Coalitions & Path Dependence: Global Regulatory Norms in the Philippine Mining Sector,” first author with Jewellord Nem Singh Special Issue in Environmental Governance and Policy.

“Accumulation at the Margins: Mineral Brokerage and Chinese Investments in Philippine Mining” in P. Aulakh and P. Kelly, Asian Connections: Linking Mobility of Labor and Capital. Under Contract with Cambridge University Press.

Journal Articles

2016. “Philippine Mining Capitalism: The Changing Terrains of Struggle in the Neoliberal Mining Regime.” The Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 9(1), 69-86.

Honorable Mention, Publication Recognition Award for Postdoctoral and Graduate Students, Critical Realism Network, 2017.

2015. “From Colonialism to Neoliberalism: Critical Reflections on Philippine Mining in the Long Twentieth Century,” The Extractive Industries and Society, 2(2), 287-301.

Sociology Open Access Recognition. SocArXiv, 2018. 

The Szymanski-Young Graduate Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association’s Section on Marxist Sociology,  2018.

Honorable Mention, Terence K. Hopkins Best Graduate Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association’s Section on the Political Economy of World-Systems (PEWS), 2016.

Book Chapters

2018 “The Politics of Resistance in the Neoliberal Mining Regime,” in Goldthau, A., Keating, Michael, and Caroline Kuzemko, editors, Handbook of International Political Economy of Energy and Resources. Series of Handbooks of Research in International Political Economy. Edward Elgar Publishing.

2017. “The Direction, Patterns, and Practices of Chinese Investments in Philippine Mining,” in J. Morris-Jung, editor, In China’s Backyard: Policies and Politics in China’s Resource Investments in Southeast Asia. Singapore: The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Press (ISEAS-Yusof Institute).

2016. “Neoliberalism, Resource Governance and the Everyday Politics of Protests in the Philippines,” 49-71, equal co-authorship with Jewellord Nem Singh, in J. Elias and L. Rethal, editors, The Everyday Political Economy of Southeast Asia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.