fieldwork in mozambique

randomized experiment associated to the october 2010 elections

 

 

 

 

We have designed and organized together with local partners a randomized experiment on voter education during the elections of October 2010.

This experiment included:

This experiment was aimed at assessing the effects of the campaign, not only in terms of reports/perceptions related with violence, but also in terms of voting behavior (turnout, vote). We also designed specific modules to measure the effects of the treatments within the household and through social networks. A migration module was included in the baseline survey.

 

We also conducted a parallel project on impact measurement of electoral observation. We collaborated with the international observer mission organized by UNDP, and the national observers deployed by Observatório Eleitoral.

 

This page is intended to provide an introduction to the fieldwork involved focusing on the randomized experiment on voter education.

 

THE SAMPLE

 

 

Map with the sampled areas - click on the image for details

google earth version here

 

 

THE TREATMENTS

 

 

 

 

OPEN LETTER (MEASUREMENT)

 

 

THE FIELDWORK

 

 

Pre-election survey

 

Post-election survey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISSEMINATION

 

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

 

 

FINAL NOTES

 

 

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