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  • Authors: Center for Political Sociology (Kyiv), Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (Kyiv);
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  • Authors: Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (Kyiv), Center for Political Sociology (Kyiv);
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  • Authors: Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (Kyiv), Center for Political Sociology (Kyiv);

    Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation conducted the regional survey in cooperation with the Centre for Political Sociology on 10-21 July 2023. A total of 708 respondents aged 18 and older were interviewed face-to-face in Odesa region.<br><br>The sample is multi-stage with random selection of settlements at the first stage and quota selection of respondents at the final stage. The sample population reflects the demographic structure of the adult population of Odesa region as of the beginning of 2022.<br><br>The survey covers the issues of trust in Ukrainian authorities and volunteers, state language policy, media consumption, vulnerability to Russian disinformation, support for Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic course, assessment of the military situation and possible options for ending the war. <br><br>This data collection contains the original survey data. The SPSS file (.sav) is the original file provided by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation. It has been exported into an Excel file. The content of the respective xlsx-file should be identical with the original sav-file. The sav-file contains the questions and answer options of the original questionnaire in Ukrainian. The original questionnaire is also included in the Documentation of Data Collection. An English translation of the questionnaire is currently in preparation and will be added to the next version of this data <br>collection.<br><br>Additionally, the data collection contains one file with "selected results" which document some major results of the survey in the form of a analytical summaries and descriptive statistics. The report has been preparted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation.

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  • Authors: Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, Razumkov Centre, Kyiv International Institute of Sociology;
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  • Authors: Andreas Heinrich, Heiko Pleines;
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  • Authors: Andreas Heinrich, Heiko Pleines;

    This dataset covers the link between natural resources booms and social policy expenditure for all countries of the Global South.<br><br>All countries with “total natural resources rents” (World Bank data) above 15% have been checked. Economic booms have been defined as “GDP growth (annual %)” (World Bank data) showing at least three years of consecutive economic growth amounting to a total of at least 20% in GDP growth. For each country, all consecutive years where the total natural resource rent stays above 15% and GDP is growing have been taken together as one natural resource boom phase.<br><br>For each natural resource boom phase state social policy expenditure has been taken from the World Bank database, the IMF and the Global State Revenues and Expenditures Dataset (GSRE). For 45 cases from 37 countries there are sufficient data for analysis. For 23 cases, data on social spending are not sufficient to establish a trend over the full boom period for at least one type of social policy expenditure. <br><br>For the 45 cases, we calculate the slope of the linear trendline for all types of social expenditure as share of GDP for which data are available. We sort all cases for which sufficient data are available into three groups: (1) social spending increases in line with GDP (i.e., average increase = flat trendline for spending as share of GDP, marked as “=” in the dataset), (2) state social spending gets a substantially higher share of GDP (operationalized as a trendline slope higher than +7%, marked as “+” in the dataset) or (3) the share of GDP devoted to social spending by the state decreases (slope of the trendline below -7%, marked as “–” in the dataset).<br><br>This dataset contains the full data collection in one Excel file (sheet 1 contains all original data for all countries, sheet 2 shows the trendline scopes for all case countries and sheet 3 lists all sources used by country). This dataset also contains a pdf file with a detailed description of data collection.

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  • Authors: Center for Political Sociology (Kyiv), Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (Kyiv);
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  • Authors: Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (Kyiv), Center for Political Sociology (Kyiv);
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  • Authors: Andreas Heinrich, Heiko Pleines;
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  • Authors: Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (Kyiv), Center for Political Sociology (Kyiv);

    Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation conducted the regional survey in cooperation with the Centre for Political Sociology on 10-21 July 2023. A total of 708 respondents aged 18 and older were interviewed face-to-face in Odesa region.<br><br>The sample is multi-stage with random selection of settlements at the first stage and quota selection of respondents at the final stage. The sample population reflects the demographic structure of the adult population of Odesa region as of the beginning of 2022.<br><br>The survey covers the issues of trust in Ukrainian authorities and volunteers, state language policy, media consumption, vulnerability to Russian disinformation, support for Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic course, assessment of the military situation and possible options for ending the war. <br><br>This data collection contains the original survey data. The SPSS file (.sav) is the original file provided by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation. It has been exported into an Excel file. The content of the respective xlsx-file should be identical with the original sav-file. The sav-file contains the questions and answer options of the original questionnaire in Ukrainian. The original questionnaire is also included in the Documentation of Data Collection. An English translation of the questionnaire is currently in preparation and will be added to the next version of this data <br>collection.<br><br>Additionally, the data collection contains one file with "selected results" which document some major results of the survey in the form of a analytical summaries and descriptive statistics. The report has been preparted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation.

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  • Authors: Center for Political Sociology (Kyiv), Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (Kyiv);
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  • Authors: Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, Razumkov Centre, Kyiv International Institute of Sociology;
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  • Authors: Center for Political Sociology (Kyiv), Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (Kyiv);
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  • Authors: Andreas Heinrich, Heiko Pleines;
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  • Authors: Andreas Heinrich, Heiko Pleines;

    This dataset covers the link between natural resources booms and social policy expenditure for all countries of the Global South.<br><br>All countries with “total natural resources rents” (World Bank data) above 15% have been checked. Economic booms have been defined as “GDP growth (annual %)” (World Bank data) showing at least three years of consecutive economic growth amounting to a total of at least 20% in GDP growth. For each country, all consecutive years where the total natural resource rent stays above 15% and GDP is growing have been taken together as one natural resource boom phase.<br><br>For each natural resource boom phase state social policy expenditure has been taken from the World Bank database, the IMF and the Global State Revenues and Expenditures Dataset (GSRE). For 45 cases from 37 countries there are sufficient data for analysis. For 23 cases, data on social spending are not sufficient to establish a trend over the full boom period for at least one type of social policy expenditure. <br><br>For the 45 cases, we calculate the slope of the linear trendline for all types of social expenditure as share of GDP for which data are available. We sort all cases for which sufficient data are available into three groups: (1) social spending increases in line with GDP (i.e., average increase = flat trendline for spending as share of GDP, marked as “=” in the dataset), (2) state social spending gets a substantially higher share of GDP (operationalized as a trendline slope higher than +7%, marked as “+” in the dataset) or (3) the share of GDP devoted to social spending by the state decreases (slope of the trendline below -7%, marked as “–” in the dataset).<br><br>This dataset contains the full data collection in one Excel file (sheet 1 contains all original data for all countries, sheet 2 shows the trendline scopes for all case countries and sheet 3 lists all sources used by country). This dataset also contains a pdf file with a detailed description of data collection.

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