Monthly Archives: February 2016

IMC: Justin Grimmer, “The Unreliability of Measures of Intercoder Reliability, and What to do About it,” Friday 2/26 at Noon Eastern

This Friday, 2/26 at 12:00 noon Eastern, the International Methods Colloquium will host a talk by Justin Grimmer (Stanford University) titled “The Unreliability of Measures of Intercoder Reliability, and What to do About it.” The paper that accompanies this talk … Continue reading

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Conjoint Analysis Tools for Developing Country Contexts

by Alexander Meyer and Leah R. Rosenzweig (Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139. lrosenzw@mit.edu, corresponding author.)* 1 Introduction Conjoint analysis has long been used in marketing research, but has recently become popular in political science. Originally … Continue reading

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IMC: Rocio Titiunik, “New Developments in the Analysis and Interpretation of Regression Discontinuity Designs and their Application to Political Science,” Friday 2/19 at Noon Eastern

This Friday, 2/19 at 12:00 noon Eastern, the International Methods Colloquium will host a talk by Rocio Titiunik (University of Michigan) titled “New Developments in the Analysis and Interpretation of Regression Discontinuity Designs and their Application to Political Science.” The … Continue reading

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The 2016 Asian Political Methodology Conference

by: Xun Pang On January 8 and 9, 2016, the third Asian Political Methodology Meeting was held at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The meeting was co-sponsored by the Department of International Relations of Tsinghua University and Program for Quantitative … Continue reading

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TPM: Policy on Data Access and Research Transparency

After some deliberation, the editorial team at The Political Methodologist has formulated a policy on data access and research transparency that will apply to all TPM submissions from this point forward. The policy is laid out in our instructions for … Continue reading

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Print Edition Released: Special Issue on Peer Review

The latest print edition of The Political Methodologist (Volume 23, Number 1) has been released! This edition features our special issue on peer review.  

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IMC: Emily Ho talk, “Developing new practices for increasing transparency in social science research,” Friday 2/12 at 12:00p Eastern

This Friday, 2/12 at 12:00 noon Eastern, the International Methods Colloquium will host a talk by Emily Ho (Psychometrics & Quantitative Psychology, Fordham University) titled “Developing new practices for increasing transparency in social science research: an investigation of statistical and … Continue reading

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