David Crow
Dr. David Bradley Crow
Profesor Investigador Titular david.crow@cide.edu
Tel.: 5727-98-00 ext. 2152
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About me David Crow is Assistant Professor of International Studies at CIDE (Mexico City). He is researcher (and past director) of the Americas and the World survey on international relations and the Human Rights Perceptions Polls, and formerly Associate Director of the Survey Research Center at UC Riverside. His research has appeared in Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Studies, Political Psychology, Human Rights Quarterly, Sur, and elsewhere. David’s research interests include human rights, migration, Mexican & Latin American politics, and statistical and survey methodology. David received a B.A. from UC Berkeley and his Ph.D. from UT Austin.
Journal articles
  • Who Trusts Local Human Rights Organizations? Evidence from Three World Regions
    Ron James and David Crow. Who Trusts Local Human Rights Organizations? Evidence from Three World Regions, Human Rights Quarterly 37 (2015) pp. 188-239
    2015-01-01
  • Universal Values, Foreign Money: The Political Economy of Local Human Rights Organizations
    Pandya, Archana, James Ron and David Crow. Universal Values, Foreing Money: Funding Local Human Rigths Organizations in the Global South, Review of International Political Economy, 2016, Vol. 23, No. 1, 29-64 http:// dx.doi.org/10.1080/09692290.2015.1095780
    2016-01-01
Documento de trabajo
  • Mexico, the Americas, and the World, 2004-2014: Ten Years of Public Opinion and Foreign Policy, México
    Maldonado, Gerardo, David Crow, Jorge A. Schiavon, Guadalupe González y Rodrigo Morales. Mexico, the Americas, and the World, 2004-2014: Ten Years of Public Opinion and Foreign Policy, México, CIDE, DTEI 257, 2016
    2016-01-01
  • México, las Américas y el mundo 2004-2014: Diez años de opinión pública y política exterior
    Maldonado, Gerardo, David Crow, Jorge A. Schiavon, Guadalupe González y Rodrigo Morales. México, las Américas y el mundo 2004-2014: Diez años de opinión pública y política exterior, México, CIDE, DTEI 256, 2016
    2016-01-01
Producto de difusión/divulgación
  • Un optimismo basado en datos para los activistas de derechos internacionales
    Un optimismo basado en datos para los activistas de derechos internacionales, openDemocracy, 29 June 2015 (coautores: Golden Shannon, Crow David y Pandya Archana)
    2015-01-01
  • Mapping human rights skepticism in Mexico
    Mapping human rights skepticism in Mexico, openDemocracy, 1 July 2015
    2015-01-01
  • Data-driven optimism for global rights activists
    “Data-driven optimism for global rights activists” (with James Ron, Shannon Golden, and Archana Pandya), openGlobalRights (online journal for human rights scholars and practitioners [https://www.opendemocracy.net/openglobalrights/james-ron-shannon-golden-david-crow-archana-pandya/datadriven-optimism-for-global-r]), June 29, 2015.
    2015-01-01
  • While Mexican Government Resists Scrutiny, Ordinary Citizens Welcome It
    While Mexican Government Resists Scrutiny, Ordinary Citizens Welcome It,” Aula Blog (online blog of American University’s Center for Latin American and Latino Studies [http://aulablog.net/tag/cide], April 27, 2015.
    2015-01-01
  • Human rights groups are secretly U.S. agents. True or false?
    James Ron and David Crow. Human rights groups are secretly U.S. agents. True or false? The Washington Post. November 29, 2016 https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2016/11/29/human-rights-groups-are-secretly-u-s-agents-true-or-false/?utm_term=.a56179637d16
    2016-01-01
  • Ordinary people will pay for rights. We asked them
    Ron, James, José Kaire, and David Crow. Ordinary people will pay for rights. We asked them, OpenDemocracy, free thinking for the world, 15 February 2017 https://www.opendemocracy.net/openglobalrights/james-ron-david-crow-jos-kaire/ordinary-people-will-pay-for-rights-we-asked-them
    2017-01-01
Otros (Reportes de investigación, Informes de investigación, Notas de investigación, Material docente, etc.)
  • México, las Américas y el mundo 2004-2014: Diez años de opinión pública y política exterior
    Gerardo Maldonado, Rodrigo Morales Castillo, Guadalupe González, David Crow y Jorge A. Schiavon, “México, las Américas y el Mundo 2004-2014: Diez Años de Opinión Pública y Política Exterior”, México, DEI-CIDE, junio 2015, 135 pp.
    2015-01-01

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