Experimental Pitfalls Are Generally Dumber Than We Imagine, Now With More Dogs
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What's the difference between a conference, a seminar, a workshop and a symposium?
There are lots of different types of academic event that you might want to attend, such as conferences, seminars, workshops and symposiums. Each has its own benefits and drawbacks, and generally they have a different slant. Size, for instance, is usually a big factor in whether something is regarded as a conference or a symposium. Usually the difference between a conference and a symposium is that a conference will be a larger event and a symposium a smaller one.
I Think People Might Be Starting To Catch On To The Perils Of Academic Publishing…
So does this count as regulatory capture or a form of publication bias? Update: To be fair, the paper did get published? IMO, Randall is subtweeting my father.http://t.co/xFowkXjmjz pic.twitter.com/GTRJ7Nstvt — Carl T. Bergstrom (@CT_Bergstrom) July 31, 2018
Causal Friday: The Dumbest Differences-in-Differences Ever, Viral Video Edition…
It’s causal Friday, so I’m poking around in some data trying to make a case for cause and effect. More specifically, I’m drowning in a differences-in-differences analysis trying to construct a proper control group. (In this case, identifying a control group isn’t conceptually difficult, it’s just really annoying to pull the data.) So what is … Continue reading "Causal Friday: The Dumbest Differences-in-Differences Ever, Viral Video Edition…"