My projects and collaborations have produced several kinds of original datasets and archives. I strongly believe in sharing data, references, and ideas as soon as they might be of value, even though some would say there’s a risk of being plagiarized.
First, there are original archives and collections of literature and policy data:
- A archive of grey literature about technology diffusion and international development;
- A survey of Universal Service Fund plans from around the world.
Second, there are replication data sets for articles I have published:
- Replication data for IT and Omnivorous News Diets;
- Replication data for Sizing Up Information Societies;
- Replication data for Telecommunications Reform, Internet Use, and Mobile Phone Adoption in the Developing World.
- Replication Data for What Best Explains Successful Protest Cascades? ICTs and the Fuzzy Causes of the Arab Spring
Third, there is the official ICPSR filing of “ICT Diffusion and Distribution Data Set, 1990-2007“. This is the collection of our work computing gini coefficients for technology access around the world.
Fourth, there are the event history and comparative communication data sets that I have been working on: