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Replication data for Whitaker, Richard (2011) The European Parliament's Committees: National party influence and legislative empowerment, London: Routledge

Notes on use of the data:

All the data are in Stata format. Please see the ‘readme.pdf’ files in the zipped up folders below for further details.

If you make any use of the data, please let me know about the purposes for which you need them (rcw11@leicester.ac.uk). If using the data you agree to cite the following:

  • Whitaker, Richard (2011) The European Parliament’s Committees: National party influence and legislative empowerment, London: Routledge

Many of the data used in chapter 3 are adapted from Høyland, Sircar and Hix’s automated database of the European Parliament. If you use any of these data you must also cite:

  • Høyland, Bjørn, Indraneel Sircar and Simon Hix (2009) ‘An Automated Database of the European Parliament’, European Union Politics, 10:1, pp.143-52.

The data in chapters 5 and 6 include NOMINATE scores derived from the following, which you should cite if using any of these data:

  • Simon Hix, Abdul Noury and Gerard Roland (2007) Democratic Politics in the European Parliament, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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