Measuring Populist Discourse: The Global Populism Database

Hawkins, Kirk A., Rosario Aguilar, Bruno Castanho Silva, Erin K. Jenne, Bojana Kocijan, Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, 2019
This research note introduces the Global Populism Database, which measures the populist discourse of political chief executives in 66 countries, primarily between 2000 and 2018. The measure is based on a textual analysis of political speeches. After describing the data and data generation process, the authors use the data to measure the level of populism across governments and to conduct sample analyses of populism's causes and consequences. The database also includes a measure of left-right ideology.

Consequences of Populism Memo for The Guardian's "The New Populism"

Saskia Ruth, David Doyle, Kirk Hawkins, 2019
A detailed summary of the key indicators and analyses used on The New Populist Project.

Coding Rubric and Anchor Texts for the Global Populism Database

Team Populism, 2019
Provides coding materials and anchor texts used in training coders

Methodological Memo for the Guardian's 'How Populist Are You?' Project.

Team Populism, 2018
A collaboration between Team Populism and The Guardian

Policy Brief on Populism in Europe and the Americas: What, When, Who, and So What?

Team Populism, 2018
The latest commentary on the fundamentals of populism from Team Populism.

Constructing “the people” in late socialist Serbia: The case of letters to the press

Marko Grdesic, 2017
Team Populism Conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2017.