Partisan electoral interventions by the great powers: Introducing the PEIG Dataset

@article{Levin2019PartisanEI,
  title={Partisan electoral interventions by the great powers: Introducing the PEIG Dataset},
  author={Dov H. Levin},
  journal={Conflict Management and Peace Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={36},
  pages={106 - 88}
}
  • Dov H. Levin
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • Conflict Management and Peace Science
Recent studies indicate that partisan electoral interventions, a situation where a foreign power tries to determine the election results in another country, can have significant effects on the election results in the targeted country as well as other important influences. Nevertheless, research on this topic has been hindered by a lack of systematic data of electoral interventions. In this article, I introduce the Partisan Electoral Intervention by the Great Powers dataset (PEIG), which… Expand

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