How to cite
We encourage the free, attributed use of the data collected as part of the Comparative Agendas Project for publications, instructional use, for policy analysis, and for other non-commercial purposes.
Except as noted, datasets and codebooks available on this site © Hungarian Comparative Agendas Project, 2014-2016. While most of our data are drawn from publicly available sources, the original copyright of any primary source material applies to their use. The Comparative Agendas Project topic code variables as well as other Project generated variables (i.e. filters, dummy variables, descriptions, etc.), are distributed under a “Creative Commons Attribution Non-commerical ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.” Please contact us at email@example.com any questions.
Users of the data should cite the source in a note such as the following: “The data used here were originally collected by Zsolt Boda and Miklós Sebők with the support of OTKA (grant number ÁJP K 109303) and were distributed through the Centre for Social Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Neither OTKA nor the original collectors of the data bear any responsibility for the analysis reported here.”
Users of the Bills and Policy Moods datasets should see related documentation for additional citation guidelines.
We would appreciate hearing of publications that result from the use of these data: please send a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.