Individuals Writ Large: An Epilogue on the “Ecological Fallacy”

@article{Erbring1989IndividualsWL,
  title={Individuals Writ Large: An Epilogue on the “Ecological Fallacy”},
  author={L. Erbring},
  journal={Political Analysis},
  year={1989},
  volume={1},
  pages={235-269}
}
  • L. Erbring
  • Published 1989
  • Mathematics
  • Political Analysis
For more than three decades, social scientists have struggled with the statistical consequences of aggregation. Ever since Robinson (1950) first shocked a whole generation of social scientists with his demonstration of the "ecological fallacy," much has been written about alleged fallacies, biases, pitfalls, and hazards of one kind or another lurking behind aggre gate data and about strategies for circumventing them (Goodman, 1953, 1959; Blalock 1964; Scheuch 1966; Alker 1969; Shively 1969… Expand

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