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One Earth Future Research

OEF Research believes that policy and practice reflect the quality of available information. OEF Research promote empirically-informed research developed using methodologically rigorous approaches as a tool for policy making in peace, security, and good governance.

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    • Август 2019
      Источник: One Earth Future Research
      Загружен: Knoema
      Дата обращения к источнику: 03 сентября, 2019
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      Citation: Bell, Curtis. 2016. The Rulers, Elections, and Irregular Governance Dataset (REIGN). Broomfield, CO: OEF Research. Available at oefresearch.org The sources used to construct REIGN include several other datasets that have been altered, extended, updated, and transformed (see Extended Technical Notes). If you use REIGN, please also consider citing: For Leader Data: Goemans, Henk E., Kristian Skrede Gleditch, and Giacomo Chiozza. 2009. "Introducing Archigos: A Dataset of Political Leaders" Journal of Peace Research, 46(2): 269-183. http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~ksg/archigos.html Ellis, Cali Mortenson, Michael C. Horowitz, and Allan C. Stam. 2015. "Introducing the LEAD Data Set." International Interactions, 41(4): 718-741. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03050629.2015.1016157 For Political System Data: Marshall, Monty G., Ted Robert Gurr, and Keith Jaggers. 2016. Polity IV Project. Center for Systemic Peace. http://www.systemicpeace.org/inscr/p4manualv2015.pdf Barbara Geddes, Joseph Wright, and Erica Frantz. 2014. “Autocratic Regimes and Transitions.” Perspectives on Politics. 12(2).http://dictators.la.psu.edu/ For Irregular Events: Powell, Jonathan & Clayton Thyne. 2011. Global Instances of Coups from 1950-Present. Journal of Peace Research 48(2):249-259.http://www.jonathanmpowell.com/coup-detat-dataset.html Erik Melander, Therése Pettersson, and Lotta Themnér (2016) Organized violence, 1989–2015. Journal of Peace Research 53(5) http://www.pcr.uu.se/research/ucdp/datasets/replication_datasets/   The Rulers, Elections, and Irregular Governance (REIGN) dataset describes political conditions in every country each and every month. These conditions include the tenures and personal characteristics of world leaders, the types of political institutions and political regimes in effect, election outcomes and election announcements, and irregular events like coups, coup attempts and other violent conflicts. The dataset covers more than 200 countries for each month they were independent, January 1950 to the present. REIGN was created by gathering original data, compiling other datasets on political conditions, reviewing their coding rules, and updating all information to the present.