The Congress of Berlin by Anton Werner

Research I: Interstate Managerial Coordination(IMaC)


Research Interests I

This page is under construction in order to accommodate the current changes in my Interstate Managerial Coordination (IMaC program). That said some important resources are now available.

Data Resources

Interstate Managerial Coordination (IMaC) for the Major Power network 1715-2010


Here you can find available the most up to date IMaC data on the network of the major powers. Clink on link to get the file. If you are having trouble please contact me. 


For a discussion of the project, please see this post at Sthohasmoi: What do we know about IR?

Contributor Publication: K.Travlos "From Universalism to Managerial Coordination: Major Power Regulation of the Use of Force"

For exact coding procedures please see 

Travlos, Konstantinos.2016. “From Universalism to Managerial Coordination: Major Power Regulation and the Use of Force”. Asian International Studies Review Vol. 17(2): 27-55

That is also the citation you should use when using this data.
There are two versions of the data ,in multiple formats. Please see the Codebook for explanation.

IMaC for Major Powers Codebook

IMaC for Major Powers Data in STATA 13 Format (Majority Criterion)

IMaC for Major Powers Data in CVS Format (Majority Criterion)

IMaC for Major Powers Data in txt Format (Majority Criterion)


IMaC for Major Powers Data in STATA 13 Format (60% Criterion)


IMaC for Major Powers Data in CVS Format (60% Criterion)

IMaC for Major Powers Data in txt 13 Format (60% Criterion)