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Accounting for Pre-Treatment Exposure in Panel Data: Re-Estimating the Effect of Mass Public Shootings

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  08 March 2019

Todd K Hartman
Affiliation:
Sheffield Methods Institute, University of Sheffield
Benjamin J Newman
Affiliation:
School of Public Policy and Department of Political Science, University of California, Riverside
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