Monthly Archives: January 2015

Kosuke Imai IMC Talk Friday 1/30 @ 12:00 Eastern: “Survey Methodologies for Sensitive Questions”

I’m pleased to announce that Kosuke Imai (Princeton University) will be kicking off the Spring 2015 International Methods Colloquium Series with his presentation on “Survey Methodologies for Sensitive Questions.” Everyone is welcome to join us this Friday, 1/30, at 12:00 … Continue reading

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NAS Workshop: Statistical Challenges in Assessing and Fostering the Reproducibility of Scientific Results

On February 26-27, the National Research Council of the National Academies is hosting a workshop of the Committee on Applied and Theoretical Statistics titled “Statistical Challenges in Assessing and Fostering the Reproducibility of Scientific Results.”┬áThe workshop will include presentations and … Continue reading

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Introducing the Annual TPM Most Viewed Post Award (and our 2014 winner)

2014 was the first full year of The Political Methodologist‘s on-line blog presence. As we take stock of the year that was, I thought it would be informative for readers and potential submitters (not to mention, ahem, editors) to take … Continue reading

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One Norm, Two Standards: Realizing Transparency in Qualitative Political Science

Editor’s Note: this post is contributed by Andrew Moravcsik, Professor of Politics and Public Policy and Director of the European Union Program at Princeton University. This posting was updated at 11:00 PM CDT 1/3/2015 at the request of the author. … Continue reading

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