Esparza, D., Bruneau, T. (2018). "Intelligence Fusion Centers: Bridging State/Local Law Enforcement and National Intelligence Culture?". Homeland Security Cultures, edited by Alexander Siedschlag and Andrea Jerković. London: Rowman and Littlefield..
Esparza, D., Ishiyama, J. T. (2021). "Born to Run: Where Rebel Parties Participate in Post-Conflict Local Elections" (first listing). Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties.
Silva, A., Esparza, D., Martinez-Ebers, V. J., Branton, R. P. (2020). Perceived police performance, racial experiences, and trust in local government. Politics, Groups and Identities.
Esparza, D., Martinez-Ebers, V. J., Branton, R. P., King, K. L., Meernik, J. D. (2020). Violence, Trust and Public Support for the Colombian Peace Agreement. Social Science Quarterly. 101(4), 1236-1254.
Meernik, J. D., Esparza, D. (2020). Movement of the People: Violence and Internal Displacement. International Area Studies Review.
Esparza, D., Ugues, A. (2020). The Impact of Law Enforcement Centralization and Professionalization on Public Opinion of the Mexican Police. Journal of Politics in Latin America.
Esparza, D., Bruneau, T. (2018). Closing the Gap Between Law Enforcement and National Security Intelligence: Comparative Approaches. International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence. 31(4), .
Ugues, A., Esparza, D. (2018). The relationship between crime victimization, corruption, and public attitudes of Mexico’s armed forces. Democracy and Security. 14(3), 211-237. Informa UK Limited. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17419166.2018.1466114
Pion-Berlin, D., Esparza, D., Grisham, K. (2014). Staying Quartered: Civilian Uprisings and Military Disobedience in the Twenty-First Century. Comparative Political Studies. 47(2), 230-259.
Esparza, D. (2010). Self-Advertised Military Missions in Latin America: What Is Disclosed and Why?. Journal of Political and Military Sociology. 38(2010), 101-127.