Author: Bradford S. Jones,Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier
Publisher: Univ of Michigan Pr (March 1, 2003)
Category: Politics & Government
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American Journal of Political Science, 1997. Janet Box-steffensmeier. Time is of the Essence: Event History Models in Political Science. Box Steffensmeier.
Janet Box-Steffensmeier. Duration models and proportional hazards in political science. Timing and political change: Event history modeling in political science. JM Box-Steffensmeier, BS Jones. Professor of Political Science & Sociology (courtesy), Ohio State University. American Politics - Public Opinion Campaigns & Elections Legislatures Interest Groups Methodology - Time Series. JM Box-Steffensmeier, CJW Zorn. American Journal of Political Science, 972-988, 2001. University of Michigan Press, 2004.
An Overview of the Political Regime Change Dataset. Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 29, Issue. Box-Steffensmeier, Janet M. Arnold, Laura W. and Zorn, Christopher J. W. 1997. The Strategic Timing of Position Taking in Congress: A Study of the North American Free Trade Agreement. 02, p. 324. CrossRef.
Janet M. Place of Publication. Janet Box-Steffensmeier is Vernal Riffe Professor of Political Science at Ohio State University. Chair of the R. H. Durr Award Committee for the best paper applying quantitative methods to a substantive issue that was presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, 2002-3. Jones, +2 authors Lawrence l. Wu. List of figures List of tables Preface 1. Event history and political analysis 2. The logic of event history analysis 3. Parametric models fo. . Parametric models for single-spell duration data 4. The Cox Proportional Hazards model 5. Models for discrete data 6. Issues in model selection 7. Inclusion of time-varying covariates 8. Diagnostic methods for the event history model 9. Some modeling strategies for. unobserved heterogeneity 10. Models for multiple events 11. Political analysis and event history Appendi. ONTINUE READING. The foundational principles of event history analysis are discussed and ample examples are estimated and interpreted using standard statistical packages, such as STATA and S-Plus. Political opinion analysts are frequently work with semantically balanced ordinal scales. Such survey items are frequently used to measure candidate evaluations, public spending preferences, positions on social issues, and candidate and party placement.
Box-Steffensmeier, Janet . and Bradford S. 2003. American Journal of Political Science, v. 41, n. (October): 336-83. Party Resource Allocation: The Timing of Contributions and Expenditures. Michael Lewis-Beck, Alan Bryman, and Tim Futing Liao, eds. Sage Publications, Inc.