OFAC Sanctions Enforcement Data Set, v2.0 at Harvard Dataverse (with Bryan R. Early)
- This version updates the data set used in the Security Studies article through November 27, 2021.
- If using this data set in your work, please cite:
Early, Bryan R., and Keith A. Preble. “Going Fishing versus Hunting Whales: Explaining Changes in How the US Enforces Economic Sanctions.” Security Studies 29, no. 2 (2020): 231–67. https://doi.org/10.1080/09636412.2020.1722850
- There is also a codebook that explains changes made to the original data set, which includes corrections of coding errors, some additional new variables, and some sample figures generated from the data.
- Stata code is available on request.
- The original data set from Security Studies article (Early and Preble 2020) can also be downloaded from Harvard Dataverse.
- Coming Soon: Keith A. Preble, Charmaine N. Willis, and Joshua Turner. “Profiting like a Pariah: North Korea Illicit Trading Activities Data Set”
- Keith A. Preble (2023). “‘Just Right’: The Goldilocks Theory of Sanctions Busting Causes’, Foreign Policy Analysis. Available at Harvard Dataverse.