This section includes the materials used during a field experiment I conducted in Yucatán, Mexico, during the fall of 2016. The main tool, the handbook of social programs, was recently awarded the prize for Innovation in Transparency given by the National Institute for Access to Public Information (INAI) of the Mexican Government.
Feel free to download anything, but if you intend to use any of the materials below, please let us know by emailing us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy to trizzo[at]mit[dot]edu!
The success of implementation was mostly the result of excellent project coordination and superb supervision. I fully recommend every member of my team, feel free to contact them, you can find their CVs linked to their names.
I. Project Manager (2016): Aileen Fernández
II. Field Manager: Alondra Rodríguez
III. Supervisors (links will be available after consent)
Protocols are documents that provide Supervisors and Gestores with useful instructions on how to do their job, auxiliary documentation (such as letters to authorities, permits or identifications), as well as questionnaires used to collect qualitative data throughout the intervention.
Interview Log [available after publication]
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