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The Dog That Didn’t Bark: Long-Term Strategies In Times Of Recession
Full paper available at SSRN. The recent economic and financial crisis of 2007-2009 had dramatic consequences for individuals, communities, corporations, and governments around the world. In fact, the period of the crisis has been named the “Great Recession” because it is the worst post-World War II contraction on record.[1] According to the U.S. Department of […]
Sustainability: From Surviving To Thriving
It is hard for any business leader today to ignore sustainability. Indeed, the latest UN Global Compact–Accenture CEO study found that 97% of the 1,000 CEOs interviewed across 103 countries and 27 industries see sustainability as important to the future success of their business. Moreover, 78% see sustainability as an opportunity for growth and innovation. […]
Three Steps to Find a New Way to Compete
Michael Levie, a seasoned hotel executive, and Rattan Chadha, a successful retail entrepreneur, were having dinner. The topic of conversation was the hotel industry. Both men thought that the industry was stale and too homogeneous relative to the diversity of customers it sought to serve. The industry had largely been unaltered since the onset of […]
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Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science

Analyze all your comparisons. That’s better than looking at the max difference and trying to do a multiple comparisons correction.

[cat picture] The following email came in: I’m in a PhD program (poli sci) with a heavy emphasis on methods. One thing that my statistics courses emphasize, but that doesn’t get much attention in my poli sci courses, is the problem of simultaneous inferences. This strikes me as a problem. I am a bit unclear […]

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Stan®

It’s official “Stan” is now a registered trademark. For those keeping score, it’s U.S. Trademark Registration No. 5,222,891 [USPTO] How to refer to Stan Please just keep writing “Stan”. We’ll be using the little ® symbol in prominent branding, but you don’t have to. Thanks to NumFOCUS Thanks to Leah Silen and NumFOCUS for shepherding […]

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Incentives Matter (Congress and Wall Street edition)

[cat picture] Thomas Ferguson sends along this paper. From the summary: Social scientists have traditionally struggled to identify clear links between political spending and congressional voting, and many journalists have embraced their skepticism. A giant stumbling block has been the challenge of measuring the labyrinthine ways money flows from investors, firms, and industries to particular […]

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