dawn m. brancati
Global Elections Database (formerly known as the Constituency-Level Elections Dataset, 2007) provides information on the results of both national and subnational elections around the world. These data are presented at two levels of analysis, allowing users to quickly identify the results of elections within a country as a whole or within particular constituencies or districts of a country. All parties are included in the database regardless of the number of votes that they won. The data are based on countries' official election results and have been amassed from various government institutions.
Post-Civil War Elections: This dataset identifies the first national and subnational election following a civil war between 1945-2010. The data are used in two articles: Rushing to the Polls (JCR, 2010) and Time to Kill (JCR, 2013). Codebook
Democracy Protests: The dataset identifies all democracy protests (analyzed in Democracy Protests: Origins, Features and Significance) between 1989 and 2011. Codebook
Replication datasets are available on my research page.