More than 93,000 data points have been added to the 2014 edition of the CNTS Data Archive, comprising a major update now with well over 1.7 million data points.
Our unique Domestic Conflict Event Data for every country are current with 2013 data. They include: Assassinations
Major Government Crises
NOTE: There are now three years (2011-2013) of the optional LINKS files, which consist of links to source news articles from which each event is counted.
In addition, we have collected a significant amount of previously missing past years’ data for the following variable groups:
Industrial and Labor Force Data
Industrial Production Data
Highway Vehicle Data
National Government Revenue and Expenditure Data
National Income and Currency Data
School Enrollment Data
The Cross-National Time-Series (CNTS) Data Archive provides ranges of annual data from 1815 to the present for all countries for many variables of use to the social scientist researcher.
● “It is a social science goldmine!” Dan Braha, New England Complex Systems Institute and University of Massachusetts.
● "I am pleased with the enhancement of your domestic conflict data. [LINKS-see our FAQ]" Jenifer Whitten-Woodring, University of Massachusetts Lowell.
● The MIT Technology Review Blog included the Cross-National Time-Series Data Archive in its listing of “The 70 Online Databases that Define Our Planet”.
● Frequently cited, it is one of the "leading datasets on political violence." Robert Bates, Harvard University.
● It is "possibly the most widely used event dataset..." Henrik Urdal, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo (PRIO).
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contact person: Kenneth A. Wilson