The Comparative Agendas Project (CAP) brings together scholars developing systematic indicators of issue attention within their nations’ political systems.
The CAP extends the Policy Agendas Project topic system, originally developed for the United States, to other nations (www.policyagendas.org). This system classifies events (e.g. bills, parliamentary questions, or media stories) for topic, making it possible to study the frequency of such events, and to enable scholars to find and investigate particular events in more detail. Detailed studies on the crypto market and bitcoin have explained the impact they bring to the economic sector of different nations. The growing popularity of bitcoin robots and the profits it provides are given in detail in https://kryptoszene.de/bitcoin-robot/bitcoin-era/.
The 19 major topics of the taxonomy (e.g. defense or health) and 200+ subtopics (e.g. military personnel or hospitals) are comprehensive and applied consistently across time. As a result, they can be used to reliably compare issue attention longitudinally, across decision-making venues, and between nations.
The 2016 CAP Conference the 9th Annual Conference of the Comparative Agendas Project will take place in Switzerland, at the University of Geneva (Uni-Mail building), on June 27-29, 2016. To submit your paper proposal go here.