The Political Science Program invites proposals from Ph.D.-holding scholar-investigators who possess the theoretical, methodological, measurement, and administrative skills, as well as the necessary resources, to undertake an important, large-scale, data-collection project on election campaigns, electoral choice, election outcomes, and citizen engagement in the United States. The ANES recompetition will include three areas of emphasis: a Panel Component; a Core-Continuity Component; and an Experimental-Innovation Component.
Who can apply:
Eligible functional categories:
Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences
NSF Publication 05-537
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