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The V–Dem Measurement Model: Latent Variable Analysis for Cross-National and Cross-Temporal Expert-Coded Data


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Title: The V–Dem Measurement Model: Latent Variable Analysis for Cross-National and Cross-Temporal Expert-Coded Data
Authors: Pemstein, Daniel
Marquardt, Kyle L.
Tzelgov, Eitan
Wang, Yi-ting
Medzihorsky, Juraj
Krusell, Joshua
Miri, Farhad
Römer, Johannes von
Issue Date: Mar-2021
Organization: V-Dem Institute
Series/Report no.: Working Papers
21, 6th edition
Abstract: The Varieties of Democracy (V–Dem) project relies on country experts who code a host of ordinal variables, providing subjective ratings of latent—that is, not directly observable—regime characteristics over time. Sets of around five experts rate each case (country-year observation), and each of these raters works independently. Since raters may diverge in their coding because of either differences of opinion or mistakes, we require systematic tools with which to model these patterns of disagreem... more
Related work: https://www.v-dem.net/media/filer_public/d4/d2/d4d27532-96a7-4f8c-8028-4c356fb1b2ca/wp_21_6th_edition.pdf
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/67993
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