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70 * Sun, 8/4/2013, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-520c
Robust Inference in Social Science with Wrong but Useful Models — Topic Contributed Papers
Social Statistics Section , Survey Research Methods Section , Section on Statistics in Marketing , Scientific and Public Affairs Advisory Committee
Organizer(s): David Ross Judkins, Abt Associates
Chair(s): Vivian Zhuang, Creighton University School of Medicine
4:05 PM The Remarkable Robustness of Ordinary Least Squares in Randomized Clinical Trials David Ross Judkins, Abt Associates ; Kristin Porter, MDRC
4:25 PM Shrinkage for Improved Inference in Factorial Experiments Cyrus Samii, Politics Department, New York University ; Joel Middleton, Steinhardt School, New York University ; Peter M. Aronow, Yale University
4:45 PM Valid Post-Selection Inference Kai Zhang, UNC Chapel Hill ; Richard Berk, University of Pennsylvania ; Larry Brown, University of Pennsylvania ; Andreas Buja, University of Pennsylvania ; Linda Zhao, University of Pennsylvania
5:05 PM Uses and Limitations of GEEs and GLMs for Social Network Data Elizabeth Ogburn, Harvard University
5:25 PM A Model-Averaging Approach to Improve the Efficiency of Teacher Value-Added Estimates Bing Han, RAND Corporation ; Daniel F. McCaffrey, ETS ; J.R. Lockwood, ETS
5:45 PM Floor Discussion

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