[Under Review] The right to pleasure: poverty, politics, and consumption in neoliberal Brazil. Development and Change.
Rethinking the informal and criminal economy from a Global Commodity Chain Perspective: China-Paraguay-Brazil. Global Networks, 18(2), 2018.
The power of Chineseness: Chinese community in a time of change in South America. Special Issue on China and Latin America. Journal of Latin America and Caribbean Anthropology, 23 (1), 2018.
China, the BRICS and the G20: New configurations of power in the international system. In China and the G20. Singapore: World Scientific, 2017, v. 1, p. 299-312, 2017.
China, the BRICS and the G20: New configurations of power in the international system. In China and the G20. Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 2015.
The Cellularity and Continuity of Protest in Brazil. Anthropological Quarterly, v. 87, 2014. (with A. Dent), 2014.
Popular Consumption in Brazil. In: Anna Pertierra; John Sinclair. (Eds). Consumer Culture in Latin America. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 45-60. (with R. G. Oliven), 2012.
Brand Clans: Consumption and Rituals among Low-income Young People in the City of Porto Alegre, Brazil. International Review of Social Research, v. 2, p. 104-122. (with L. Scalco), 2012.
Copied goods and the informal economy in Brazil and China: Outlining a comparison of development models. Vibrant. N. 9, 2012, p. 1-29, 2012.
The attribution of authenticity to real and fake branded commodities in China and Brazil. In: Wengrow, D. Bevan, A. (eds) Culture Commodity Brands. San Francisco: Left Coast Press, 2010.
The jeans that don’t fit: marketing cheap jeans in Brazil. In: Daniel Miller; Sophie Woodward. (Eds.). Global Dedim. London: Berg. 2010.
The Confucian ethics and the Spirit of Capitalism: Narratives on moral, harmony and saving in the condemning of conspicuous consumption among Chinese overseas. In Horizontes Antropológicos. Scielo Special Editions. 2007 .