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Obstruction Scores - Chamber-Congress - 1789-1901.Xlsx, Gregory Koger Dec 2017

Obstruction Scores - Chamber-Congress - 1789-1901.Xlsx, Gregory Koger

Gregory Koger

Provides data on dilatory motions and disappearing quorums from 1789 to 1901 for both the U.S. House and Senate. The data are aggregated by Congress, i.e. two-year periods beginning and ending in March of odd-numbered years.


Senate Filibuster List 1901-2008.Xlsx, Gregory Koger Dec 2017

Senate Filibuster List 1901-2008.Xlsx, Gregory Koger

Gregory Koger

These data are based on the coding scheme described in my 2010 book, Filibustering. I identified filibusters by scanning several key publications for references to filibusters in the U.S. Senate from 2001 to 2004; this dataset includes an update to 2008.


Business Cycle Program B, Howard J. Sherman Dec 2010

Business Cycle Program B, Howard J. Sherman

HOWARD J SHERMAN

Readers who wish to see how the business cycle calculations for this book were done, as well as how to create their own spreadsheet and graphs, can use the attached program. You need only paste the series into the appropriate date on the spreadsheet.

  • The users need only paste their data at the first quarter 1970.
  • The “cycle base” is the average of a variable over the whole cycle.
  • The “original data” are your series, divided into nine stages of the cycle. Stage 1 is the initial trough, stages 2, 3, and 4 are the expansion; stage 5 is the ...


Business Cycle Program C, Howard J. Sherman Dec 2010

Business Cycle Program C, Howard J. Sherman

HOWARD J SHERMAN

This spreadsheet shows exactly the same program as Program B, but it is filled in to show the behavior of Gross Domestic Product. Readers who wish to see how the business cycle calculations for this book were done, as well as how to create their own spreadsheet and graphs, can use the attached program. You need only paste the series into the appropriate date on the spreadsheet.

  • The users need only paste their data at the first quarter 1970.
  • The “cycle base” is the average of a variable over the whole cycle.
  • The “original data” are your series, divided into ...