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One thing that the U.S. Department of Education does reasonably well is gather data--and make them publicly available. And as the number ..read more
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For a brief (5+ min) introduction to--or a very quick refresher on--the basics of instrumental variables regression, including some post- ..read more
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Consistent with JELS' impulse to recently launch a new genre of papers--"Research Notes and Datasets"--a recent contribution to this ..read more
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One consequence of the on-going "replication" crisis in the social (and, increasingly, hard) sciences is a spike in the salience of the ..read more
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Those who teach in (as well as, frankly, attend) law schools may find a recent paper by Holger Spamann (Harvard) interesting. In Lawyers' ..read more
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As greater legal and policy attention turns to the intersection of criminal law--in particular, public-order policing--and low-income and ..read more
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A recent paper reports results from the authors' effort to build what now has to be the single largest U.S. Copyright registration data ..read more
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While questions surrounding the potential for systematic measurement error from MTurk samples cannot be easily resolved in a single paper ..read more
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While research on individuals' susceptibility to various cognitive biases has blossomed over the years, the application of this particular ..read more
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Helpful discussion, and example, of how to execute the Kruskal-Wallis ("K-W") test as well as an explanation on why one would turn to it ( ..read more

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