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W e propose a remedy for the discrepancy between the way political scientists analyze data with missing values and the recommendations of the statistics community. Methodologists and statisticians agree that " multiple imputation " is a superior approach to the problem of missing data scattered through one's explanatory and dependent variables than the(More)
I n their landmark study of a field experiment, Gerber and Green (2000) found that get-out-the-vote calls reduce turnout by five percentage points. In this article, I introduce statistical methods that can uncover discrepancies between experimental design and actual implementation. The application of this methodology shows that Gerber and Green's negative(More)
offered helpful remarks. A presentation at the Midwest Political Science meetings held in Chicago April 27-30, 2000 elicited useful suggestions by Carles Boix and Timothy Frye and especially by Mark Jones who provided a most helpful and detailed reading. Finally, a presentation at APSA in Washington, DC, in September 2000 generated detailed suggestions from(More)
for many helpful comments and suggestions. All remaining errors are ours alone. The findings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in this paper are entirely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the view of the World Bank, its Executive Directors or the countries they represent, or of the Central Bank of the Republic of Argentina.
We thank Tim Colton and Mike T omz for participating in several of our meetings during the early stages of this project; Abstract We propose a remedy to the substantial discrepancy between the way political scientists analyze data with missing values and the recommendations of the statistics community. With a few notable exceptions, statisticians and(More)
Over 2 years, 32 beef cows nursing calves in southwest Arkansas were randomly selected from a herd of 120 that were managed in six groups and were assigned to six 5.1-ha bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon [L.] Pers.) pastures. Treatments were assigned to pastures (two pastures/treatment) and cows had ad libitum access to one of three free-choice minerals: (1)(More)
We gratefully acknowledge the contribution of Thomson Financial for providing analyst forecast data through the Institutional Brokers Estimate System. We also gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the ABSTRACT Landsman and Maydew (2002) find that the informativeness of earnings announcements, measured by abnormal trading volume and abnormal return(More)
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  • C L I V E L E N N O X, P E T R O L I S O W S K Y, † A N D J E F F R E Y P I T T M A N, Andy Bauer, Paul Beck, Amy Dunbar, Scott Dyreng +9 others
  • 2013
There are competing arguments and mixed prior evidence on whether firms that are aggressive in their financial reporting exhibit more or less tax aggressiveness. Our research contributes to resolving this issue by examining the association between aggressive tax reporting and the incidence of alleged accounting fraud. Relying on several proxies for tax(More)