Working Papers

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#sort ascending Title Author(s) Date Published
93 Evaluating New Voting Technologies in Latin America R. Michael Alvarez, Caltech, Gabriel Katz 12/14/2009
92 Assessing voters' attitudes towards electronic voting in Latin America: Evidence from Colombia's 2007 e-voting pilot Hugo E. Martinez, Universidad Industrial de Santander, R. Michael Alvarez 10/01/2009
91 Assessing the Impact of E-Voting Technologies on Electoral Outcomes: an Analysis of Buenos Aires' 2005 Congressional Election Ernesto Calvo, University of Houston, Marcelo Escolar 08/10/2009
90 The Human Dimension of Elections: How Poll Workers Shape Public Confidence in Elections J. Quin Monson, Brigham Young University, Kelly D. Patterson 09/01/2009
89 Up to the promise? The Impact of Electronic Voting on Trust in the Election Process in Latin America Julia Pomares, London School of Economics, Gabriel Katz 10/01/2009
88 A Data-Centered Look at the Election of 2008 Charles Stewart III, MIT 09/01/2009
87 Resolving Voter Registration Problems: Making Registration Easier, Less Costly and More Accurate Thad E. Hall, University of Utah, R. Michael Alvarez 08/01/2009
86 Voting Technology and Innovation Thad E. Hall, University of Utah 08/01/2009
85 Auditing the Election Ecosystem R. Michael Alvarez, Caltech, Lonna Rae Atkeson 08/10/2009
84 Interstate Voter Registration Database Matching: The Oregon-Washington 2008 Pilot Project Jeff Jonas, Entity Analytics, William E. Winkler 08/10/2009

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