@grayclhn's Link Blog Feb - 16 25 th Design of Observational Studies | Paul R. Rosenbaum | Springer And this… https://t.co/X5LqnGKrIl Causal Inference for Statistics, Social, and Biomedical Sciences | Statistical Theory and Methods | Cambridge University Press Related note, we really should teach matching in our phd econometrics classes. I’ll just leave this here… https://t.co/wda0Qh4BEW america. on Twitter: "Wow: @maya_sen finds Black judges more likely to have opinions overruled than White judges. https://t.co/SinipfQFig https://t.co/NaigwFMLhx" I would be so much more confident in these results if they used matching vs regression. cc @mikemadowitz https://t.co/WCVSztpbS1 24 th @anamariecox: WTFING F? https://t.co/vNedg6nY19 https://t.co/WuW3wI6ntw 22 nd Thomas Kaplan on Twitter: "Kasich says when first elected, he was backed by “women who left their kitchens to go out & go door to door” (Now “everybody’s out working")" @HillaryClinton: It's 2016. A woman's place is...wherever she wants it to be. https://t.co/lkXdirHlap @ezraklein: Why Bernie Sanders's campaign makes me worry about how he’ll manage the White House https://t.co/AuxC11gWSV https://t.co/3kT… 18 th @HillaryClinton: We need to face up to the reality of systemic racism and then work to dismantle it. https://t.co/2e7uIDRNTh 17 th HoopsHype on Twitter: "Lakers torn on Byron Scott. https://t.co/0sLJWyzUj9 https://t.co/RmwHoZIdgz" @ZachLowe_NBA: This is like being torn on whether pizza is better than liver. https://t.co/A0Rog6UoU3 An Open Letter from Past CEA Chairs to Senator Sanders and Professor Gerald Friedman | lettertosanders @mattyglesias: Bernie losing the Former CEA Chair primary really badly. This is usually decisive in Nevada. https://t.co/UJOkHmpsvL Austan Goolsbee on Twitter: "Letter fr/Dem CEA Chairs (incl me) to Sanders asking him to drop the R-tax-plan-like fantasy numbers (5.3% growth??) https://t.co/79K8SlKMAC" This is nice to see https://t.co/DuI3sUPuMH 16 th So well put. (From TPE 2) https://t.co/eIIcorZf5W Log In - The New York Times @NYTimeskrugman: My Unicorn Problem https://t.co/ypfJDBkQmP 15 th PJSDHxxx on Twitter: "@tanehisicoates @Blahovic 'The Case For Reparations' must have been intended to influence people or it wouldn't have had that title." @tanehisicoates: 4.) Mostly because even as I hope to "influence," always a voice in my head saying, "Right, but you could be wrong." ht… Daniel Drezner on Twitter: "Last year Jeb Bush was mocked for claiming he could return the US to 4% growth. So Bernie Sanders is promising 5.3%. https://t.co/YfNtbtDonw" Silver lining: I can now ridicule Jeb’s growth projections in my macro class w/out seeming partisan. https://t.co/IdGp205vdq Oskar on Twitter: "@tanehisicoates You write to influence what/how people think. To influence that is to influence how they will vote. I think that's fine." @tanehisicoates: No. Write because it makes me very very happy. Writing for "influence" is a formula for futility. https://t.co/GdXu6aTx… 13 th PHD Comics: Gravitational Waves Explained This is cool https://t.co/QPPKQZ5rgE 12 th Hillary Clinton on Twitter: "Let's dispel with this fiction that @POTUS doesn't know what he's doing. He knows exactly what he's doing. https://t.co/DQ4HHj9kXZ" This might be my favorite tweet ever https://t.co/YHe5QIqvYa @giuragusa: Best closing arguments of the 2016 primaries. Great intensity and huge strategic value. https://t.co/6o2QUwmcsi via youtube 11 th Holy shit Formation is incredibly good https://t.co/9gIYrgACU8 10 th An Introduction to Structural Econometrics in Julia - juliabloggers.com @juliabloggers: An Introduction to Structural Econometrics in Julia https://t.co/aE39Ds4p2t #julialang « First ‹ Prev … 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 … Next › Last » Explore Link Blogs selims09 WorstSeattlePod noraimi80 mihirpatkar sandeep_sitoke SEOoptimizers johnsmith2167u1 BizzeBees objectsol2015 girishso Sign In With Twitter to get your own link blog!