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Introduction to the Symposium on Teaching Political Methodology

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 December 2021

Jeffrey J. Harden
Affiliation:
University of Notre Dame, USA
Justin E. Esarey
Affiliation:
Wake Forest University, USA

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Teaching Political Methodology
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1. We thank Chris Achen, Neal Beck, and Jim Stimson for helpful conversations on the early history of the political methodology field.

2. The IMC is a periodic online interactive seminar discussion on the application of quantitative statistical methodology to the social sciences. Its goal is to make the discussion of cutting-edge techniques and interesting applications accessible to scholars, students, and data scientists all over the world, free of charge. It was founded in 2014 by Justin Esarey (Wake Forest University).

3. The members of the IMC advisory board are Michelle Dion (McMaster University), Cassy Dorff (Vanderbilt University), Jeffrey Harden (University of Notre Dame), Dustin Tingley (Harvard University), and Christopher Zorn (Pennsylvania State University).

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