Author Archives: Justin Esarey

About Justin Esarey

Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rice University.

The Future of Academic Publishing is Now

[Editor’s note: this post is contributed by R. Michael Alvarez, Co-Editor of Political Analysis and Professor of Political Science at Caltech.] Over the past six months, Political Analysis has made two important transitions: the move to Cambridge University Press and to Cambridge’s … Continue reading

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Will H. Moore, Scholar and Mentor

I can’t let the recent death of my friend and co-author Will H. Moore go by without remarking upon the impact that his scholarly work and mentorship had on the scientific community. Will is probably best known as an expert on … Continue reading

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Call for conference presentation proposals and a special issue of the Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation: Forecasting in the Social Sciences for National Security

[Editor’s note: The following announcement comes from Ryan Baird, a Political Scientist at the Joint Warfare Analysis Center.] Call for Presentation Proposals:  Forecasting in the Social Sciences for National Security In recent years, the subject of forecasting has steadily increased … Continue reading

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New Print Edition Released!

The newest print edition of The Political Methodologist is now available! Click this link to read now: Volume 24, Number 1

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2016 Year in Review (and the Most-Viewed Post!)

The Political Methodologist is still in a transitional period, with the search for a new editorial team (and possibly a new publication structure) still ongoing. But 2016 was a great year for new work in TPM, and that’s been reflected in … Continue reading

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IMC: Women Also Know Stuff, “A Discussion of the Role of Gender in Political Science with Women Also Know Stuff — Methodology and Beyond” Friday 11/18 at noon

This Friday, November 18 at noon Eastern time, we will host a panel discussion with Women Also Know Stuff (Emily Beaulieu, Amber Boydstun, Yanna Krupnikov, Melissa Michelson, Christina Wolbrecht). The panel is titled “A Discussion of the Role of Gender … Continue reading

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IMC: Pete Mohanty, “Messy Data, Robust Inference? Navigating Obstacles to Inference with bigKRLS” Friday 11/11 at noon

This Friday, November 11th at noon Eastern time, the International Methods Colloquium will host a presentation by Pete Mohanty of Stanford University. Pete’s presentation is titled “Messy Data, Robust Inference? Navigating Obstacles to Inference with bigKRLS.” The presentation will draw … Continue reading

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