Panel Data Analysis

Gaussian Process Models for Causal Inference With Time-Series Cross-Sectional Data

Nuannuan Xiang and Kevin Quinn (University of Michigan)

*Award for Best Graduate Student Poster - Methods*

Abstract: In this paper, we develop a class of Gaussian Process models to estimate treatment effects with time-series cross-sectional data, in which a subset of units...

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Modeling Time and Space Together

Ali Kagalwala (Texas A&M University), Andrea Junqueira (Texas A&M University), Guy D. Whitten (Texas A&M University), Laron K. Williams (University of Missouri) and Cameron Wimpy (Arkansas State University)

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Violation of Bright Lines, Term Limit Evasion and Information Control

JunHyeok Jang (University of California, Merced)

Abstract: Constitutional “bright lines” are generally thought to serve as an important guard against democratic breakdown, because violations of these “bright line” institutions provide a focal point that facilitates mass coordination against a leader. In countries with term...

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