announces the 2023 Seligson Prize winners
The Seligson Prize is awarded annually to the best scholarship (paper, book, dissertation, or other scholarly work) using LAPOP's AmericasBarometer data that was published or finalized in the prior two calendar years. The prize is named in honor of Mitchell Seligson, the founder of LAPOP and a pioneer in the study of public opinion in Latin America.
The 2023 winners are Jana Morgan and Nathan J. Kelly for their paper Inequality, Exclusion, and Tolerance for Political Dissent in Latin America!
The 2023 award committee members were Carew Boulding of the University of Colorado Boulder , Lucas Novaes of Insper Institute of Education and Research , and Melina Altamirano of El Colegio de México (Colmex).
Carew Boulding and Claudio A. Holzner
Voice and Inequality: Poverty and Political Participation in Latin American Democracies
Melina Altamirano, Sarah Berens, and Sandra Ley
Handlin, Samuel. 2016. "Mass Organization and the Durability of Competitive Authoritarian Regimes: Evidence from Venezuela." Comparative Political Studies 49(9): 1238-1269. DOI: 10.1177/0010414016628186
Joby Schaffer and Andy Baker