Another Critical Review of New’s Reanalysis of the Impact of Antiabortion Legislation

@article{Medoff2014AnotherCR,
  title={Another Critical Review of New’s Reanalysis of the Impact of Antiabortion Legislation},
  author={Marshall H. Medoff and Christopher Dennis},
  journal={State Politics \& Policy Quarterly},
  year={2014},
  volume={14},
  pages={269 - 276}
}
In New’s response to our article he concedes that (1) his dataset had over 150 misclassification errors, (2) used an incorrect weight to correct for heteroscedasticity, (3) did not control for interstate travel by women to an out-of-state abortion provider, and (4) some of his empirical results are numerically implausible. Unfortunately, in New’s reanalysis he makes many of the same errors as in his original article. Ironically, New’s empirical evidence in Table 3 of his reassessment article… 

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