The "great reversal" data set.
Data set from Kate, Hau and Mahoney (2005) to explain the "great reversal" in Spanish America.
A data frame with 14 observations on the following 12 variables.
Economically Developed Country. The fuzzy-set outcome.
Economically Underdeveloped Country. The fuzzy-set outcome
GDP in 1990. Statistical outcome
Socially Developed Country. The fuzzy-set outcome
Socially Underdeveloped Country. The fuzze-set outcome
Socially Development Index in 1990. Statistical outcome
Dense Indigenous Population, fuzzy-set score
Labor-Intensive Estates, fuzzy-set score
Mineral/Tropical Exports, fuzzy-set score
Strong Liberals, fuzzy-set score
Strong Conservatives, fuzzy-set score
This study tries to explain the "great reversal",in Spanish America. The great reversal refers to the fact that "from 1750 to 1900, the most marginal colonial territories often became the region's wealthiest countries, whereas the most central colonial territories often became the region's poorest countries."
Katz, A.; vom Hau, M. & Mahoney, J. Explaining the Great Reversal in Spanish America: Fuzzy-Set Analysis Versus Regression Analysis Sociological Methods and Research, 2005, 33 (4) , 539-573
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