Here it is.
Happy Friday. I have just posted here three new things. A list of all the data sets that Steve Koczela obtained from the State Department through his successful FOIA application. An Iraq poll from April 2006 fielded by the Iraq Center for Research and Strategic Studies (ICRSS). [Note - this organization seems to be defunct. Perhaps … Continue reading Data Dump Friday – Part 2, some Iraq Polling Data
Here is the next in the economics of warfare series.
Hello everybody. Today initiates a new regular feature of the blog which I will call "Data Dump Friday". Each week I will post some conflict data on this page until I run out of stuff to post. Unless I get a research assistant to streamline this operation this will go on for a long time. … Continue reading Data Dump Friday – Event Data on the Colombia Conflict, 1988 – 2005
Here is the next installment in the Economics of Warfare Odyssey.
School started up again this morning...and not a moment too soon as Mystics and Statistics has made it all the way up to Lecture 7 from last term (with some interesting commentary.) To keep my nose in front here is lecture 11.
A while back I directed readers to the Mystics and Statistics blog which I continue to recommend. Mystics and Statistics now returns the favour with interest. Check out their series of posts on my Economics of Warfare lectures. I've just been dumping these lectures onto my blog without comment. So you should appreciate the way that Chris Lawrence … Continue reading Mystics and Statistics Blogs on the Economics of Warfare