Globalization Comparative Panel Dataset, 1975-1995 [electronic resource] / Pamela Paxton, Edward M. Crenshaw, Rumi Morishima, Kristopher K. Robison.
- Ann Arbor, Mich. : Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2005.
- ICPSR (Series) ; 4172.
1 online resource.
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- The major purpose of this study was to compile panel/ comparative multiple indicators of globalization across a large number of countries. The primary investigators attempted to measure empirically the concept of globalization. These data offer temporal and international coverage, a theory-driven classification of globalization indicators, and standardizations of these indicators. Using large samples of the world's countries for mid-decade years in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, these data amass three interrelated dimensions and their corresponding measures of globalization, i.e., economic, cultural, and political. Measures of political globalization included each nation's participation in international treaties, intergovernmental organizations, and international non-governmental organizations, as well as each nation's total number of embassies, sent and received. The economic measures examined each nation's inflow of foreign direct investment, the balance of international income credit and debit payments, the balance of international services income credit and debit payments, and the balance of international imports and exports. The cultural measures compiled each nation's migration stock, the import of foreign newspapers and periodicals, the import of foreign books, and the amount of international mail received and dispatched. Descriptive characteristics collected included each country's United Nations Country Code, year of independence and dissolution, total population, and gross domestic product (GDP). Part 1 of this collection consists of a large sample of the world's nation-states. Part 2 is a subset of Part 1 which contains only those countries in the sample that had populations of at least one million people in 1995.... Cf.: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR04172
- Part 1: Full Sample of the World's Nation-States; Part 2: Countries With Populations of at Least One Million in1995
- Title from ICPSR DDI metadata of 2006-07-25.
Start: 1975; and end: 1995.
- Paxton, Pamela Marie.
Crenshaw, Edward M.
Robison, Kristopher K.
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
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