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versión On-line ISSN 2448-6442versión impresa ISSN 0185-4186

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TAPIA MURO, Cristina  y  GATICA ARREOLA, Leonardo A.. The demand side of clientelism in Mexico: analyzing the “client” identity in recent elections. Estud. sociol [online]. 2016, vol.34, n.102, pp.503-535. ISSN 2448-6442.

While clientelism is an important tool used by political parties for electoral victory, the identity of the “client” is a relatively unexplored topic from a quantitative perspective. The case of Mexico is not an exception. This study provides evidence on a fundamental question: what are the contextual and individual factors affecting the probability of individual participation in a clientelist exchange? To answer this question, probit models were estimated using data from the “Panel Study of Mexico” 2000 and 2006. Unlike other studies, results show that voter’s individual characteristics do not decisively affect their chance of being a “client”, as opposed to the contextual situation.

Palabras llave : clientelism; vote buying; elections; Mexico.

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