Costa Rica 1999: National Study


This is a study that was part of a major comparative survey research effort, which culminated in the volume, Cultura politica en torno a los gobiernos locales y la descentralizacion en America Central, and was carried out for in four Central American countries, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. The survey involved interviews with 5,323 people from the four countries, distributed as follows: Guatemala 1,197; El Salvador 1,450; Nicaragua 1,248; and Costa Rica 1,428.

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Vanderbilt University

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Data Set


For downloading and use by University of New Hampshire faculty, affiliated researchers, staff, and students.

ZIP file contains questionnaire(s) and technical report about survey in PDF format and data files in SPSS and Stata format

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