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The generalized least squares approach of Parks produces standard errors that lead to extreme overconfidence, often underestimating variability by 50% or more, and a new method is offered that is both easier to implement and produces accurate standard errors.
Taking Time Seriously: Time-Series-Cross-Section Analysis with a Binary Dependent Variable
Researchers typically analyze time-series-cross-section data with a binary dependent variable (BTSCS) using ordinary logit or probit. However, BTSCS observations are likely to violate the
8. Nathaniel Beck and Jonathan N. Katz. 1995. “What to Do (and Not to Do) with Time-Series Cross-Section Data.” American Political Science Review 89 (September): 634–47 Cited 398 times.
Much as we would like to believe that the high citation count for this article is due to the brilliance and clarity of our argument, it is more likely that the count is due to our being in the right
The Invention of Heterosexuality
"Heterosexuality," assumed to denote a universal sexual and cultural norm, has been largely exempt from critical scrutiny. In this boldly original work, Jonathan Ned Katz challenges the common notion
Nuisance vs. Substance: Specifying and Estimating Time-Series-Cross-Section Models
In a previous article we showed that ordinary least squares with panel corrected standard errors is superior to the Parks generalized least squares approach to the estimation of
Modeling Dynamics in Time-SeriesCross-Section Political Economy Data
A compositionally uniform interpolymer is compounded with at least one amide additive of the formula R1-CO-NH-R2 in which R1 is selected from saturatedAlkyl groups having from 13 to 25 carbon atoms and mono-olefinically unsaturated alkylgroups having from 17 to 23 carbon atoms.
Throwing Out the Baby with the Bath Water: A Comment on Green, Kim, and Yoon
Donald P. Green, Soo Yeon Kim, and David H. Yoon argue that many findings in quantitative international relations that use the dyad-year design are flawed. In particular, they argue that the effect
Time-Series-Cross-Section Issues: Dynamics, 2004
This paper deals with a variety of dynamic issues in the analysis of time-series‐ cross-section (TSCS) data raised by recent papers; it also more briefly treats some cross-sectional issues. Monte
Why Did The Incumbency Advantage In U.S. House Elections Grow
Theory: A simple rational entry argument suggests that the value of incumbency consists not just of a direct effect, reflecting the value of resources (such as staff) attached to legislative