\"Facebook

More Information about the Political Science Data Web Site's Link to:
National Elections Across Democracy and Autocracy Dataset
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.
How this link is displayed on Political Science Data:

National Elections Across Democracy and Autocracy Dataset
Detailed information on all election events from 1945-2012.data
dataData Sites | Voting & Electionslink info

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

Other resources you might like
dataTeaching Assistant: American Constitutional Law
What is the laissez-faire economic philosophy?
The belief that business and industry should be free from government regulation.
Hover over to see answer data

Longitudinal Study of American Life
A national study on the thinking and life experiences of Generation X.data
dataData Sites | Surveyslink info

Politics & Gender
Early View/Latest Articles
Publishes research on gender and politics and on women and politics. It aims to represent the full range of questions, issues, and approaches on gender and women across the major subfields of political science.data
dataPoli Sci Journalslink info

Paul R. Hensel
University of North Texas, great topical guides to IR data, see his data page.data
dataAuthors | Int'l Relationslink info

State Politics & Policy Q. Dataverse
Growing collection of replication datasets, as early as 2013.data
dataJournal Archives | Am. Politicslink info

Michigan Policy Wonk Blog
Publicizes research relevant to state policymakersdata
dataBlogs | Am. Politicslink info

World Inequality Database
Aims to provide open and convenient access to the most extensive available database on the historical evolution of the world distribution of income and wealthdata
dataData Sites | Comp. Politicslink info

Social Media & Politics
A popular science podcast bringing you first-hand insights into how social media is changing the political game.data
dataPodcastslink info

Saideman's Semi-Spew
Wide ranging thoughts on international relations, ethnic conflict, civil-military relations, academia, and politics from Stephen Saideman.data
dataBlogs | Int'l Relationslink info

Publius: The Journal of Federalism
Early View/Latest Articles
Publishes latest developments, trends, and empirical and theoretical work on federalism.data
dataPoli Sci Journals | Am. Politicslink info

NetLogo
A multi-agent programmable modeling environment. Site contains instructions, examples, see NetLogo Web to run examples online.data
dataTeaching Resourceslink info

refresh Reload to Shuffle Resources

dataTeaching Assistant: Research Methods
What is an unbiased estimator?
An estimator is unbiased if its sampling distribution centers around the parameter; the parameter is the mean of the sampling distribution. By contrast, a biased estimator tends to underestimate or overestimate the parameter.
Hover over to see answer data

J. of Information Technology & Politics
Examines how information technology (IT) impacts, and is influenced by, politics and governmentdata
dataPoli Sci Journalslink info

Congress, Two Beers In
Government Affairs Institute's Senior Fellows discuss current congressional politics.data
dataPodcasts | Am. Politicslink info

Rev. of African Political Econ. Blog
Short articles to highlight developments on the continent and comment on the dynamics of protest, shifting patterns of political economy and issues of historical concern.data
dataBlogs | African Politicslink info

Sona N. Golder
Penn. State Univ., see research pagedata
dataAuthors | Comp. Politicslink info

Correlates of State Policy Project
Aims to compile, disseminate, and encourage the use of data relevant to U.S. state policy research, tracking policy differences across and change over time in the 50 statesdata
dataData Sites | Am. Politicslink info

Center for Systemic Peace's YouTube Channel
Great set of concise videos to supplement courses on international relations.data
dataTeaching Resourceslink info

Inter-Parliamentary Union
See their open data platformdata
dataData Sites | Comp. Politicslink info

NatCen Social Research
Britain's largest independent social research agency, features British Social Attitudes Data.data
dataData Sites | Comp. Politicslink info

J. of Experimental Poli. Sci. Dataverse
Contains replication data and other relevant files for articles published in the journal.data
dataJournal Archiveslink info

Charles Stewart's Congressional Data Page
Great resource on Congressional Committeesdata
dataData Sites | Am. Politicslink info

refresh Reload to Shuffle Resources

dataTeaching Assistant: Intro. to American Government
What is a charter?
A document issued by a government that grants to a person, a group of persons, or a corporation the right to carry on one or more specific activities. A state government can grant a charter to a municipality.
Hover over to see answer data

Global Indicators Database
Compilation of Pew Research's public opinion surveys from around the world on a broad array of subjects ranging from people's lives to views about the current state of the world.data
dataData Sites | Surveyslink info

Executive Order Data
From the National Archives Federal Registerdata
dataData Sites | Am. Politicslink info

Social Media & Politics
A popular science podcast bringing you first-hand insights into how social media is changing the political game.data
dataPodcastslink info

Political Science Research and Methods
Early View/Latest Articles
The journal specifically focuses on research applying rigorous methods to empirical or theoretical problems and promotes a rigorous scientific approach to the study of politics.data
dataPoli Sci Journalslink info

History of Political Thought
A quarterly journal which was launched in 1980 to fill a genuine academic need for a forum for work in this multidisciplinary area.data
dataTheory Journalslink info

Johan A. Elkink
School of Politics and International Relationsdata
dataAuthors | Comp. Politicslink info

Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Each volume is guest edited by outstanding scholars and experts in the topics studied and presents more than 200 pages of timely, in-depth research on a significant topic of concern.data
dataPoli Sci Journalslink info

Journal of Politics Dataverse
For articles published since 2015.data
dataJournal Archiveslink info

Interactive Statistical Pages
A compilation of links to web pages that perform statistical calculations.data
dataTeaching Resourceslink info

Political Science Now
American Political Science Association blog covering people, research and news in political science.data
dataBlogslink info

refresh Reload to Shuffle Resources

dataTeaching Assistant: American Constitutional Law
Who is the petitioner/appellant?
The party asking an appellate court to review and reverse the decision of a lower court.
Hover over to see answer data

Gary Cox
Stanford Univ., see data page.data
dataAuthors | Am. Politicslink info

Guide to Data on Developing Countries
Compiled by Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development.data
dataData Sites | Comp. Politicslink info

Commonwealth: A Journal of Pennsylvania Politics & Policy
Peer-reviewed journal from the Pennsylvania Political Science Association that publishes original research in all subfields of political science.data
dataPoli Sci Journals | Am. Politicslink info

TERRIER
Stands for temporally extended, regular, reproducible international event records, is a new machine coded event dataset ranging from 1979 to 2016.data
dataData Sites | Int'l Relationslink info

Am. Political Science Rev. Dataverse
Replication datasets for articles published in APSRdata
dataJournal Archiveslink info

Democracy Works Podcast
A broad look at issues impacting democracy.data
dataPodcastslink info

Text Mining with R
Web site for book by Julia Silge and David Robinsondata
dataTeaching Resourceslink info

Brookings Institution Vital Statistics on Congress
Useful data on America's first branch of government, including data on the composition of its membership, its formal procedure, informal norms, party structure, and staffdata
dataData Sites | Am. Politicslink info

WIDER Angle
United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research addresses political and economic development issuesdata
dataBlogs | Comp. Politicslink info

Political Constraint Index (POLCON) Dataset
From Witold Jerzy Heniszdata
dataData Sites | Comp. Politicslink info

refresh Reload to Shuffle Resources