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A Consensus on Second-Stage Analyses in Ecological Inference Models

  • Christopher Adolph (a1), Gary King (a2), Michael C. Herron (a3) and Kenneth W. Shotts (a4)
Abstract

Since Herron and Shotts (2003a; hereinafter HS), Adolph and King (2003; hereinafter AK), and Herron and Shotts (2003b; hereinafter HS2), the four of us have iterated many more times, learned a great deal, and arrived at a consensus on this issue. This paper describes our joint recommendations for how to run second-stage ecological regressions, and provides detailed analyses to back up our claims.

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