ECOINT combines established historical methods of archival research and interpretative textual analysis (integrating unfamiliar archives) with digital humanities strategies that enable the systematic mining and analysis of medium and large scale digitised material.
On this Workbench-site we provide all sorts of descriptive statistics and descriptive information from across our analytical projects.
International Labour Review (1921-1945)
The International Labour Review is a flagship publication of the International Labour Organization (ILO). This Workbench #01 provides descriptive statistics on articles with women authors in the ILR between 1921 and 1945.
World Development Reports (1978-2021)
The World Development Report is the flagship publication of the World Bank. This Workbench #02 provides descriptive statistics on the use of distinct linguistic signs in the Reports.
Information from the Maurice Strong-Papers
We looked through Maurice Strong's Papers (held at Harvard University) and distilled who attended meetings around the 1972-Stockholm Conference. We were particularly interested in 'businesspersons'.
The World Bank's Development Research Group in 2022
We generated data from the staff profiles of the Development Research Group. What is the gender ratio of the group? Where did the researchers do their PhDs?