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The Methodology of “Varieties of Democracy” (V-Dem)

Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift
Författare Michael Coppedge
John Gerring
Carl Henrik Knutsen
Joshua Krusell
Juraj Medzihorsky
Josefine Pernes
Svend Erik Skaaning
Natalia Stepanova
Jan Teorell
Eitan Tzelgov
Steven L. Wilson
Staffan I. Lindberg
Publicerad i BMS Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/ Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique
Volym 143
Sidor 107-133
ISSN 0759-1063
Publiceringsår 2019
Publicerad vid V-Dem Institute
Sidor 107-133
Språk en
Länkar doi.org/10.1177/0759106319854989
Ämnesord Aggregation, Democracy, Democratization, Dictatorship, Expert, Index, Indicators, survey
Ämneskategorier Statsvetenskap, Sociologi

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This article describes and discusses the new generation of methodological responses to measuring democracy and related issues generated by Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem). V-Dem is distinct in several regards in addition to its unique level of disaggregation, by the combination of: historical data extending back to 1900 and for a large selection among them to 1789 for many countries in the world; use of multiple, independent coders for each evaluative question; inter-coder reliability tests incorporated into a custom designed Bayesian item-response theory measurement model; provision of confidence bounds for all point estimates associated with expert-coded questions as well as for all indices; multiple indices reflecting varying theories of democracy; fully transparent aggregation procedures; and that all data are made freely available, including original coder-level judgments (exclusive of any personal identifying information).

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