The LAPOP Lab at Vanderbilt University invites applications for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship. We are looking for a scholar with advanced quantitative methods training, experience with survey research and substantive research interests in public opinion and political behavior. Knowledge of Latin American politics and proficiency in Spanish or Portuguese are preferred but not required. The position can begin Fall 2022. The Fellow will work under the supervision of Professors Noam Lupu and Elizabeth Zechmeister.
The LAPOP Lab is a center for excellence in public opinion research specializing in the Latin American and Caribbean region. Its core project, the AmericasBarometer, collects data every other year on the pulse of democratic attitudes across the Americas. In addition, LAPOP regularly conducts surveys both in Latin America and around the developing world in collaboration with both academic and policymaking organizations. Bringing together faculty, staff researchers, and graduate students, the LAPOP Lab produces collaborative research on survey methods in developing contexts, public opinion and political behavior, and the nexus between public opinion and democracy.
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