GOV 2001: Advanced Quantitative Political Methodology

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Testing for Interaction in Binary Logit and Probit (interactions in logit/probit)
Responding to War on Capital Hill (ordered probit)
Parties, Pivots, and Policy (ordered probit)
Election Laws, Mobilization, and Turnout (multinomial logit)
Legislative Leviathan, Chapter 7 (multinomial logit)
Benchmarking Across Borders (conditional logit)
Economics, Issues, and the Perot Candidacy (multinomial probit)
More Inequality, More Killings (negative binomial)
What Drives the Swing Voter in Africa? (negative binomial)
Autocracies and Terrorism (zero-inflated negative binomial)
Buying Negative Agenda Control in the U.S. House (tobit)
Accountability and Coercion (tobit)
Voter Partisanship and the Effect of Distributive Spending on Political Participation (selection models)
Do Treaties Constrain of Screen (selection models)
Taking Time Seriously (duration data)
Econometric Analysis
Discrete Choice Methods with Simulation
Essentials of Count Data Regression