\"Facebook

More Information about the Political Science Data Web Site's Link to:
Journal of Public Policy
Find data. Produce results. Tell the world.

This page displays detailed information about a resource listed on the Political Science Data web site (about this site). This listing is not an advertisement, endorsement or affliation. We hope this resource helps you find datasets, analyze them, and share your findings.
SCREENSHOT OF THE SITE

How this link is displayed on Political Science Data:

dataPublic Policy Journals
Journal of Public Policy
Applies social science theories and concepts to significant political, economic and social issues and to the ways in which public policies are made. Link infodata

This link appears randomly (see examples below) and on the following web page(s):
  • Public Policy Journals

Other resources you might like
dataTeaching Assistant: Intro. to American Government
What are legislative vetoes?
A method to keep its bureaucratic agents in line. Allow one or both houses of Congress to veto by majority vote on agency's policy proposals.
Hover over to see answer data

dataData Collections; Comparative Politics
Macrohistory Lann Bonn
An active research hub in international macroeconomic and financial history, features Jorda-Schularick-Taylor Macrohistory Database. Link infodata

dataWeb Site Soundtrack
Space Travel Radio
The exploration of sounds for star citizens. Link infodata

dataAuthors; Comparative Politics
Andreas Wimmer
Columbia University Link infodata

dataJournal Archives; Int'l Relations
Journal of Peace Research
Access to the datasets used by authors of articles appearing in Journal of Peace Research since 1998. Link infodata

dataBlogs
Political Science Now
American Political Science Association blog covering people, research and news in political science. Link infodata

dataData Collections; Surveys
UK Household Longitudinal Study
Understanding Society is the largest longitudinal household panel study of its kind and provides vital evidence on life changes and stability. See data and documentation. Link infodata

dataPodcasts
Academic and the Activist, The
Explores political science through the lens of an Academic and an Activist. Link infodata

dataData Collections; American Politics
Legislative Effectiveness Project
precise research methodology to calculate a Legislative Effectiveness Score for each member of the House of Representatives Link infodata

dataPoli Sci Journals; Law & Courts
Journal of Supreme Court History
Early View/Latest Articles
Published for the Supreme Court Historical Society, the journal and the society are dedicated to the collection and preservation of the history of the Supreme Court. Link infodata

dataTeaching Resources
Econometrics Academy
Offers free education on econometrics via videos with many code samples and demonstrations. Link infodata

refresh Reload to Shuffle Resources

dataTeaching Assistant: American Constitutional Law
What did the Supreme Court hold in Alden v. Maine (1999)?
The Court held that Article I does not provide Congress with the ability to subject a non-consenting state to a private suit for damages in the state's own courts. States enjoy sovereign immunity and cannot be sued in courts they create without their consent.
Hover over to see answer data

dataPoli Sci Journals
Journal of Legislative Studies
Early View/Latest Articles
(Taylor & Francis) Refereed journal, covering all aspects of legislative research and development, and aimed at scholars and researchers of legislative studies. Link infodata

dataPodcasts; American Politics
Politics Guys, The
Weekly podcasts from Michael Baranowski, Jay Carson, Trey Orndorff, Will Miller, Kristin Matheny, and Ken Katkin. Link infodata

dataBlogs
Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Blogs
CFR is an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, and publisher. Blogs represent the views of CFR fellows and staff and not those of CFR. Link infodata

dataAuthors; Comparative Politics
Diego Puga
CEMFI, see data. Link infodata

dataData Collections; Comparative Politics
Macrohistory Lann Bonn
An active research hub in international macroeconomic and financial history, features Jorda-Schularick-Taylor Macrohistory Database. Link infodata

dataTeaching Resources
Flowing Data
Nathan Yau explores how statisticians, designers, data scientists, and others use analysis, visualization, and exploration to understand data and ourselves. Link infodata

dataTeaching Resources
Lindsay Mayka's YouTube Channel
Collection of short videos for undergrad poli sci methods course. Link infodata

dataData Collections
National Bureau of Economic Research Datasets
Includes macro-level economic data, industrial data, finance, individual-level surveys, health care, and vital statistics. Link infodata

dataJournal Archives
Japanese Journal of Political Science Dataverse
Replication materials for articles published in JJPS. Link infodata

dataAuthors; American Politics
Carl Klarner
See datasets. Link infodata

refresh Reload to Shuffle Resources

dataTeaching Assistant: Intro. to American Government
What is the Madisonian Model?
A structure of government proposed by James Madison in which the powers of government are separated into three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial.
Hover over to see answer data

dataData Collections; Surveys
Roper Center
Public opinion surveys from U.S. and around the world. Link infodata

dataData Collections; Comparative Politics
World Database of Happiness
Archive of research findings on subjective enjoyment of life Link infodata

dataPodcasts
The Political Theory Review
Conversations with scholars on recent books in Political Theory and Social and Political Philosophy. Link infodata

dataTheory Journals
Social Alternatives
An independent, quarterly refereed journal which aims to promote public debate, commentary and dialogue about contemporary social, political, economic and environmental issues. Link infodata

dataAuthors; Comparative Politics
Dimiter Toshkov
Leiden University, see data and replication materials. Link infodata

dataAuthors; American Politics
Tim Groseclose
Formerly at UCLA, see datasets on academic stuff page. Link infodata

dataPoli Sci Journals; Comparative Politics
Acta Politica
One of the few truly international political science journals with a broad scope across the discipline (published by Springer). Link infodata

dataJournal Archives
Journal of Information Technology and Politics
Replication for some articles in years 2008-2012. JITP home page. Link infodata

dataTeaching Resources
Center for Systemic Peace's YouTube Channel
Great set of concise videos to supplement courses on international relations. Link infodata

dataBlogs
Monkey Cage
Here, political scientists draw on their own expertise and the discipline's research to illuminate the news, inform civic discussion, and make some sense of the circus that is politics. Link infodata

refresh Reload to Shuffle Resources

dataTeaching Assistant: Intro. to American Government
What is a biased sample?
An election in which citizens vote directly on a proposition raised by a group of fellow citizens.
Hover over to see answer data

dataAuthors; American Politics
Janet Box-Steffensmeier
Ohio State University, see dataverse. Link infodata

dataData Collections; European Politics
Swedish National Data Service
Facilitates access to new and existing Swedish research data. Link infodata

dataPoli Sci Journals
Social Justice Research
Early View/Latest Articles
nvestigating the origins, structures, and consequences of justice in human affairs Link infodata

dataData Collections; Comparative Politics
Indian States Data
State-level data from India compiled by the Economic Organisation and Public Policy Programme at the LSE. Link infodata

dataJournal Archives
Journal of Politics Dataverse
For articles published since 2015. Link infodata

dataPodcasts
Rights Track, The
Gets the hard facts about the human rights challenges facing the world today and aims to get our thinking about human rights on the right track. Link infodata

dataTeaching Resources
Mastering Econometrics
Free online course from MR University taught by Josh Angrist (MIT). Link infodata

dataWeb Site Soundtrack
play_music
Richest Man In Babylon, The (Full Album)
Thievery Corporation Link infodata

dataBlogs
Monkey Cage
Here, political scientists draw on their own expertise and the discipline's research to illuminate the news, inform civic discussion, and make some sense of the circus that is politics. Link infodata

dataPoli Sci Journals
Research and Politics
This journal focuses on short (4,000 word) articles that are easily accessible but that are also methodologically rigorous Link infodata

refresh Reload to Shuffle Resources