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GeoEPR - Geo-referencing Ethnic Power Relations

Team

Nils-Christian Bormann (ETHZ)
Lars-Erik Cederman (ETHZ)
Luc Girardin (ETHZ)
Julian Wucherpfennig (ETHZ)

List of coders

Description

The GeoEPR 2014 dataset geo-codes all politically relevant ethnic groups from the EPR 2014 dataset. GeoEPR assignes every politically relevant group one of six settlement patterns and, if possible, provides polygons describing their location on a digital map.

Data

Descriptive (non-spatial) information on ethnic group's settlement patterns from the GeoEPR 2014 dataset is available in research-ready country-year and group-year format from the GROWup Research Front-End data portal.

You may also download the latest version (2014 Update 2, released on March 16, 2015) of the complete GeoEPR dataset directly:

The GeoEPR polygons follow the WGS84 coordinate system (SRID 4326).

References

When using this dataset in your research, please cite the following publication:

Vogt, Manuel, Nils-Christian Bormann, Seraina R├╝egger, Lars-Erik Cederman, Philipp Hunziker, and Luc Girardin. Forthcoming. "Integrating Data on Ethnicity, Geography, and Conflict: The Ethnic Power Relations Dataset Family." Journal of Conflict Resolution.


When referring to the original GeoEPR dataset please cite:

Wucherpfennig, J., N. B.Weidmann, L. Girardin, L.-E. Cederman, and A. Wimmer (2011). Politically relevant ethnic groups across space and time: Introducing the GeoEPR dataset. Conflict Management and Peace Science 28, 423-437.

 

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