Governments and legislative production in France: the database (1959-2012)
AbstractThis article introduces a new database focusing on the legislative production as well as the characteristics of the governments in France, from the early months of the Vth Republic in January 1959 to the end of the XIIIth legislature in March 2012. It provides a large amount of variables covering several aspects of the legislative production, classified in four different groups: composition of the governments, political constraints, institutional variables and legislative production. Most of the variables are observed at a monthly rate.
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