A Global Model for Forecasting Political Instability

Jack A. Goldstone, Robert H. Bates, David L. Epstein, Ted Robert Gurr, Michael B. Lustik, Monty G. Marshall, Jay Ulfelder, and Mark Woodward

Supporting Data and Documentation

American Journal of Political Science 50.1; 190-208 (January 2010)

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