Diplometrics

The Diplometrics project at the Pardee Center focuses on building databases, constructing tools and performing analysis focused on international relations theory. To date, the project has built databases on international organizations, diplomatic exchange, and treaties held by the United Nations. The project expects to add to this data collection effort by producing data on non-state actors including international non-governmental organizations, multinational corporations and transnational organized crime. We have also developed tools to help visualize the data, the diplomatic dashboard (http://dataviz.du.edu/projects/pardee/diplodash/), and analyze and aggregate our data (datagator.org). This data feeds a research agenda that is interested in measuring and modeling international relations, specifically how global governance is likely to shift across time, which will inform the international politics submodule of IFs. 

 

Code Books

Title Author Date
Diplomatic Representation Data Codebook Jonathan D. Moyer, David K. Bohl, and Sara Turner 2016
Intergovernmental Organization Data Codebook Jonathan D. Moyer, David K. Bohl, Hanna Camp, and Sara Turner 2016
Intergovernmental Organizations Weights Codebook Jonathan D. Moyer, David K. Bohl, John McPhee, and Sara Turner 2016
Multilateral Treaty Instrument Weights Codebook Jonathan D. Moyer, David K. Bohl, John McPhee, and Sara Turner 2016
Multilateral Treaty Instruments Codebook Jonathan D. Moyer, David K. Bohl, and Sara Turner 2016