Tag Archives: political science

Further Thoughts on DA-RT

What’s up with DA-RT? What happened regarding DA-RT at the APSA meeting in San Francisco? Is it true, as one prominent editor has been quoted, that DA-RT is a fait accompli, and that “the train has already left the station?” In recent weeks I have been repeatedly asked these questions. ...

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A Political Science Public Sphere

Matthew Flinders is a terrific writer. While we’ve never met, I have greatly enjoyed his book Defending Politics, and was very pleased to have been invited by him to participate in a symposium that he organized on the relevance of political science that was published in May 2013 issue of ...

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Time Series Analysis for the Social Sciences

Observational political science overwhelmingly involves phenomena that occur and change over time. Temporal dependencies abound both between and within many social processes. Of course, failing to account for temporal dependencies in dynamic data violates the classical regression assumptions. Yet unfortunately some analysts seem to view the dynamic processes in their ...

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#EPSA2015

The editors here at The Plot are extraordinarily pleased to be writing you from Vienna, Austria (at the imposing former imperial palace of Schloss Schönbrunn, no less), where some of the world’s finest political scientists have converged this week for the Fifth Annual EPSA General Conference.

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