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Bayesian Inference for Comparative Research

Regression analysis in comparative research suffers from two distinct problems of statistical inference. First, because the data constitute all the available observations from a population, conventional inference based on the long-run behavior of a repeatable data mechanism is not appropriate. Secon... Full description

Journal Title: The American political science review 1994-06, Vol.88 (2), p.412-423
Main Author: Western, Bruce
Other Authors: Jackman, Simon
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Publisher: New York, USA: Cambridge University Press
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  • Coefficients
  • Collinearity
  • Comparative Study
  • Data analysis
  • Data sampling
  • Frequentism
  • Inference
  • Market concentration
  • Mathematical statistics
  • Political economy
  • Political science
  • Politics
  • Probabilities
  • Regression coefficients
  • Research Notes
  • Statistical discrepancies
  • Statistical inferences
  • Statistics
  • Usage
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abstractRegression analysis in comparative research suffers from two distinct problems of statistical inference. First, because the data constitute all the available observations from a population, conventional inference based on the long-run behavior of a repeatable data mechanism is not appropriate. Second, the small and collinear data sets of comparative research yield imprecise estimates of the effects of explanatory variables. We describe a Bayesian approach to statistical inference that provides a unified solution to these two problems. This approach is illustrated in a comparative analysis of unionization.
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