Put away that novel! Here’s some really fun June reading:
- Berger, J., 2003. Could Fisher, Jeffreys and Neyman have agreed on testing?. Statistical Science, 18, 1-32.
- Canal, L. and R. Micciolo, 2014. The chi-square controversy. What if Pearson had R? Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 84, 1015-1021.
- Harvey, D. I., S. J. Leybourne, and A. M. R. Taylor, 2014. On infimum Dickey-Fuller unit root tests allowing for a trend break under the null. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 78, 235-242.
- Karavias, Y. and E. Tzavalis, 2014. Testing for unit roots in short panels allowing for a structural breaks. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 76, 391-407.
- King, G. and M. E. Roberts, 2014. How robust standard errors expose methodological problems they do not fix, and what to do about it. Mimeo., Harvard University.
- Kuroki, M. and J. Pearl, 2014. Measurement bias and effect restoration in causal inference. Biometrika, 101, 423-437.
- Manski, C., 2014. Communicating uncertainty in official economic statistics. Mimeo., Department of Economics, Northwestern University.
- Martinez-Camblor, P., 2014. On correlated z-values in hypothesis testing. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, in press.