Papers and Publications using the Mexico 2006 Panel Study
Artículos y documentos que utilizan el Estudio Panel México 2006
Discrimination by Color or Class in Mexico?
Disentangling Recency and Primacy Response-Order Effects in Orally Administered Surveys: Results from a Field Experiment
Francisco Flores-Macias and Chappell Lawson
Paper prepared for the 2007 Annual Meeting of the World Association of Public Opinion Research (Berlin, Germany)
Effects of Interviewer Gender on Survey Responses: Findings from a Household Survey in Mexico
Francisco Flores-Macias and Chappell Lawson, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Volume 20, No. 1.
Preliminary findings from content analysis of television spots in Mexico's 2006 presidential campaign
Rachel Gisselquist, Chappell Lawson
Democracy Redux: Mexico's Voters and the 2006 Presidential Race
Roderic Ai Camp
Agenda-setting Effects on Vote Choice
Flores-Macias, Francisco & Lawson, Chappell. (2006). Mexican Democracy and its Discontents. Review of Policy Research. Volume 23, Number 2, pp. 287-294.
Participants at the Harvard conference on the Mexican 2006 elections, most of whom participated in the Mexico 2006 Panel Study. From left to right: Wayne Cornelius, Francisco Flores-Macías, David Leal, Joy Langston (second row), Kathleen Bruhn (first row), Alejandro Poiré, Roderic Camp, Chappell Lawson (Principal Investigator for the Mexico 2006 Panel Study), Jorge Domínguez, Alejandro Moreno, Andy Baker, Beatriz Magaloni, Kenneth Greene, Joseph Klesner, David Shirk, and James McCann.