Dewey is excited to announce our newest data partner is LobbyingData.com (LobbyingData), the leading source of historical and real-time lobbying data in the United States. LobbyingData’s daily feed of information - including lobby firm, agency lobbied, issues lobbied, dollar amount spent, and more - is now available for academics to purchase on the Dewey platform. A free sample is also available so anyone with a Dewey account can explore this unique dataset and the research opportunities it unlocks.
LobbyingData curates comprehensive American lobbying information going back to 1999, extracted from US government sources in real-time and delivered in an easy-to-use dataset. Their database includes details on 1.6+ million lobbying contracts, 13,000+ lobbying firms, 200,000+ total entities, and 78,000+ lobbyists, providing critical insight for a wide variety of research topics.
“LobbyingData is thrilled to partner with Dewey and help academics ‘follow the money,’ said LobbyingData Founder & CEO Neil Bhatia. “Dewey is not only providing unprecedented access to third-party data for academics, but also unlocking access to important research topics. We are proud to work with Dewey to help academics conduct research into the policy landscape, macroeconomy, and more.”
LobbyingData provides more than 44 attributes of historical and real-time data related to lobbying contracts, firms, and entities, as well as individual lobbyists. Through proprietary algorithms, LobbyingData matches all publicly traded entities to their stock ticker symbols for easier data joining and research. Attributes detailing the exact congressional bills and issues lobbied on further unlock research opportunities for the academic community. Examples of research topics made possible by LobbyingData include contrarian strategy, policy influencing, and trend forecasting, among others.
Academics can purchase LobbyingData at a discounted rate on the Dewey platform. A free sample is also available for anyone with a Dewey account. Sign up here to get started.
Dewey’s active community of academics is a great place to discuss LobbyingData and the research opportunities it unlocks. Search tag LobbyingData to see what others are saying and stay up-to-date on the latest research published with this exciting dataset.