The best source appears to be Arthur Banks's Cross-National Time Series Data Archive, which includes not only successful revolutions but also attempted ones.
An alternative source, only including successful revolutions for the period 1972-1998, is Goldstone, Jack. 1998. The Encyclopedia of Political Revolutions. Washington, DC: Congressional
Quarterly. Used by Albertus and Menaldo (2014).
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Cross-country panel data on revolutions
Labels: conflicts, cross-country, politics
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