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Finding Data: Data on Government Structure - non USA


  • Caribbean Urbanization in the Years of the Crisis
    This is a project undertaken in 1991-94 to examine theories of Third World urbanization in a Caribbean and Central American context. The project fielded surveys in Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti and Jamaica.

  • Legislative Policy Agendas in the United Kingdom, 1910-2010
    This research project has mapped the policies the UK government concentrated on over the last hundred years by coding data on Speeches from the Throne and Acts of UK Parliament since 1911, budgetary expenditure since 1910, public opinion since 1960, the front page of The Times newspaper since 1960, and Prime Minister's Questions since 1997. To obtain a free account please register with the UKDA.

  • Produto Interno Bruto Dos Municipios (1999-2007)
    Gross Municipal Product for Brazilian cities.

  • UK Data Archive. Government and Political Systems Data.
    Various government structure and political data sets from the United Kingdom Data Archive. To obtain a free account please register with the UKDA. Not all data is available outside the United Kingdom but most is.

  • Voting in the Russian Parliament, 1990-1993: Program and Database
    The project titled Political Culture and Social Innovation: the Russian Supreme Soviet 1990-93 sought to determine the cultural obstacles to the introduction of parliamentary institutions in Russia. It had three parts: (a) a discourse analysis of speeches of parliamentary deputies; (b) an institutional analysis of relations between parliament and government; (c) an analysis of roll calls and factional alignments. To obtain a free account please register with the UKDA.

This page last updated: October 21, 2009