Posts Tagged ‘ party ’

Divide or Mix. Flexible Approaches to Data Analysis

September 19, 2012
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A very interesting paradigm in data analysis comes from the necessity to model data where it is difficult to think of a single global function to be capable to represent adequately the data. We could see a spectrum of models … Continue reading →

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Let’s Party!

June 6, 2012
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Let’s Party!

Exploring whether regression coefficients differ between groups is an important part of applied econometric research, and particularly for research with a policy based objective. For example, a government in a developing country may decide to introduce free school lunches in an effort to improve childhood health. However, if this treatment is known to only improve

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