Perspectives on Political Methodology: Interview with Simon Jackman

Autores

  • Rafael Magalhães University of São Paulo. Political Science Department
  • Diogo Ferrari University of São Paulo. Political Science Department
  • Manoel Galdino Center for the Study of International Negotiations
  • Davi Cordeiro Moreira Universidade de São Paulo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2237-4485.lev.2013.132339

Resumo

In this interview, Simon Jackman discusses his background training and the state of political methodology in the United States. Themes include advantages of Bayesian inference, the links between Bayesian statistics and causal relations, the importance of statistical literacy and the role of programming for social scientists

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Biografia do Autor

Rafael Magalhães, University of São Paulo. Political Science Department

Graduate Students at the Political Science Department of the University of São Paulo

Diogo Ferrari, University of São Paulo. Political Science Department

Graduate Students at the Political Science Department of the University of São Paulo

Manoel Galdino, Center for the Study of International Negotiations

Phd from this same institution and is currently a researcher at the Center for the Study of International Negotiations

Davi Cordeiro Moreira, Universidade de São Paulo

Graduate Students at the Political Science Department of the University of São Paulo

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Publicado

2013-12-01

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Magalhães, R., Ferrari, D., Galdino, M., & Moreira, D. C. (2013). Perspectives on Political Methodology: Interview with Simon Jackman. Leviathan (São Paulo), (7), 158-175. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2237-4485.lev.2013.132339

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