Tag Archives: causal inference

Theory’s Gonna Getchya: Incentives and Academic Fraud

This post floats an argument I have been kicking about in the wake of Don Green‘s retraction of the LaCour & Green article in Science.  Before jumping ino that, however, I want to observe impressed I am with how decisively and rapidly Green … Continue reading

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Why Do They Hate Us, 2.0?

Yesterday I received an email request from a journalist, who wrote: Professor Moore: A colleague of yours suggested that I reach out to you. I am working on a story about a new push by the Department of Justice to … Continue reading

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Referees, Robustness & Valid Inference in Poli-Sci

Over at Relations International Brandon Valeriano reveals his coming dotage grouses about the growing tendency of articles to contain dozens of “robustness check” specifications, casting blame at referees and editors.  I tweeted a link to the post, and several folks responded, … Continue reading

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Referees, Robustness & Valid Inference in Poli-Sci

Over at Relations International Brandon Valeriano reveals his coming dotage grouses about the growing tendency of articles to contain dozens of “robustness check” specifications, casting blame at referees and editors.  I tweeted a link to the post, and several folks responded, … Continue reading

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