This project has been possible thanks to the collaboration of the students of the Master of Political Science and the Master of Latin American Studies and the apprentices of the degrees of Sociology, Political Science and Administration and Law.
The sustainability of this project is part of the public research and innovation plans launched by the government of Spain:
1994. “Political reform and values of parliamentarians in four national cases” (SEC94 / 0284).
1997. Political Parties and Governance in Latin America (SEC97-1458).
1999. The Parliament in Latin America. Performance of the Legislative Power: an interpretive key to the problems of governability in the region (Ref: 1FD97-0906).
2002. Political representation and quality of democracy: a study of the parliamentary elites of Latin America (SEC2002-03483).
2005. Programs, organization and electoral strategies of political parties in Latin America (SEJ 2005 08313 CPOL).
2009. Quality and professionalization of politics in Latin America (2009-2012). (CSO2009-0897).
2012. Political congruence and representation: parliamentary elite and public opinion in Latin America (CSO2012- 39377-C02-01).
2015. The parliamentary elites and the consensus of the “commodities” in Latin America (CSO2015-64773-R).
Others institutions that have supported this investigation:
Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación
Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores y de Cooperación (AECID)
Área de Ciencia Política y de Administración (USAL)
Legislative Studies Quarterly
OIR · Instituto de Iberoamérica (Universidad de Salamanca)