CIDE en APSA 2014

Este año hubo una fuerte presencia del CIDE en el 110th American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, realizado en Washington, DC, del 28 al 31 de agosto de 2014. Puede decirse que se trata del congreso de Ciencia Política más importante del mundo y ninguna institución mexicana (y sospecho que de Latinoamérica) tiene mayor presencia que el CIDE. Entre los profesores del CIDE que presentaron trabajos de investigación en APSA este año, se encuentran:

  • Allyson Benton, Innovations in Autocratic Rule: How the Decentralization of Electoral Manipulation Strengthens Electoral Authoritarian Regimes, Evidence from Mexico. Panel 44-19 Elections under autocracy and democratization.
  • Rosario Aguilar, Experimentally Estimating the Changing Effects of Ethnic Cues on Vote Choice
. Panel 52-14 migration and political attitudes
  • Luis de la Calle, Fighting th War in Two Fronts: Rebel Tactics in the Salvadoran Civil War, 1979-1992. Ralph Bunche Summer Institute session.
    Searching for the Agency: Politcal Violence, State Repression and Popular Mobilization
. Panel 11-52 Violence and crime in comparative politics: new approaches and findings.
    Fighting for Territory: The Determinants of Territorial Control by Rebel Groups
. panel 21-19 The contemporary dynamics of ethnic conflict.
  • Carolina Garriga, Institutional Autonomy, the Rule of Law and Substitution Effects: Central Banks, Courts and Foreign Investment
. Panel 12-54 The politics of foreign investment in developing countries.
  • Joy Langston, “Candidate-centered Campaigns in a Party-Centered Electoral System: The Case of Mexico”. Panel 34-2 Electoral Politics After the Digital Revolution.
    “Presidential Campaign Visits and Coalition Building. The Case of Democratic Mexico” Panel 35-11 Party campaigning.
  • Claudio López-Guerra. Panel 3-34 “No incarceration without representation: Debating felon disfranchisement”
  • María Inclán y Kimberly Nolan, Where did Corporatism go? Union Affiliation vs Party Identification as Vote Determinants
. Panel 42-25 Labor after neoliberalism: the political representation of unions in the 21st century.
  • Kimberly Nolan, The Emergence of Transational Labor Networks: Lessons from Puebla, Mexico
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 Panel 42-25 Labor after neoliberalism: the political representation of unions in the 21st century.
  • Chad Kiewiet, Beliefs about Ballot Monitoring in Latin America. Panel 36-19 Integrity of the democratic process.
  • Aldo Ponce, Shaping Party Systems: The Effects of Runoff Rules. Panel 35-15 Electoral rules and party diversity.
  • Julio Ríos-Figueroa, Constitutional Courts as Mediators. The Military, Constitutionalism, and Democracy in Latin America. Panel 12-39 Sources and consequences of institutional weakness and instability.
  • Covadonga Meseguer y Javier Aparicio, Financial Remittances, Social Remittances, and The State in Latin America. Panel 16-28 Remittances and politics.
  • Andreas Schedler, Public Attitudes towards Civic and Violent Resistance to Organized Criminal Violence in Mexico.
 Panel 12-30 How do democratic citizens respond to political and criminal violence?

Aquí encontrarán el programa online de la conferencia.

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