From data visualisations to opinion polls and survey methodology, USSC researchers and faculty utilise data in a variety of ways. The data and code developed at the Centre are available at the USSC's GitHub page. Some of our repositories are linked below.
The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program used data from the Global Innovation Index to compare innovation in Australia and the United States.
The United States Studies Centre commissioned surveys with YouGov PLC to compare public opinion on same-sex marriage in the United States and Australia. The surveys are part of an ongoing partnership between USSC and YouGov.
This project contains data and code written to analyse the impact of foreign direct investment in Australia. Macroeconometric analysis of data sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics will help us understand how foreign direct investment impacts the Australian economy.
In Impeachment 101: The history, process and prospect of a Trump impeachment CEO Simon Jackman details why it is unlikely that Donald Trump will be impeached. The data and figures used in the report are available here.
As part of the Asian Research Network, CEO Simon Jackman, research assistant Luke Mansillo, and the Perth USAsia Centre at the University of Western Australia conducted a two-wave survey on the role of the United States in the Indo-Pacific region in 2015 and 2017. The survey was conducted in Australia, China, South Korea, Indonesia, Japan, and India. Analyses of these survey results are available here in our 2017 report and 2016 report.
A collection of scripts and functions to help with research at the United States Studies Centre.