The Global Leadership Project (GLP) provides data on government leaders throughout the world - including legislators, members of the executive branch, members of the judiciary, and other decisionmakers whose power may be formal or informal. The database currently covers 160 countries and will eventually include virtually every sizeable country in the world.
The replication data for the following publication is available on the site: John Gerring, Erzen Oncel, Kevin Morrison and Daniel Pamstein. "Who Rules the World? A Portrait of the Global Leadership Class", Perspectives on Politics, forthcoming 2019. The full data of the first round will become public soon. The second round of data collection is near ending and the data will be public in January 2020.
The website will be fully functional with the country profile pages in summer 2019.
John Gerring, Professor
Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin firstname.lastname@example.org
Erzen Oncel, Assistant Professor
Department of International Relations, Ozyegin University email@example.com
Pedro M. Barros, PhD Student
Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin firstname.lastname@example.org
Please direct all correspondence to Erzen Oncel
- Development Research Group, World Bank
- The Clinton Global Initiative at Boston University (principal funder: Kirk Radke)
- The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University
- Cornell University