You can find replication data, as well as data for our journal article database, policymakers survey, public opinion surveys, and other data/reports below.
See the full article here by Daniel Maliniak, Amy Oakes, Susan Peterson, and Michael Tierney.
Since our database is always growing, this file reflects a more complete dataset than what may have been utilized for initial analysis from the 2011 article featured in ISQ.
For detailed information on how to replicate our analysis, please see our Notes on Replication.
Please email Daniel Maliniak with questions about these data.
A database that compiles and systematically organizes international relations articles from the top 12 political science journals. A copy of our codebook can be viewed here.
Download the JAD release 3.3, dated: 4/9/2020, here.
Download a PDF of our top-line results from our July 2016 survey here.
In November 2019, we hosted a working group of journalists and international relations (IR) scholars, and we compiled a report of the group’s recommendations for improving media-academic engagement. The report may be viewed here.