COES
DT28. Presidents’ gender, corruption scandals and approval ratings
Documento de Trabajo

Men have historically dominated chief executive posts worldwide, and yet more and more women are winning the presidency and prime ministerial posts. This project explores relationships between presidents’ gender and citizens’ evaluations of their female leaders, a key indicator of their “success.” More specifically, do Latin Americans punish their female leaders to the same or different degree as their male counterparts for corruption and scandals?

Como citar: Reyes-Housholder, C. (2018). Presidents’ gender, corruption scandals and approval ratings. Serie Documentos de Trabajo COES, Documento de trabajo N°28, pp. 1 – 18.
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