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Leonel Borja 11h
Is there a Mostly Harmless Econometrics equivalent for machine learning techniques? I'm looking for a no-so-hard read with a good mix of intuition and technical detail, and meant to be a practitioner's guide. Any suggestions? !
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Arthur Lewbel Nov 12
Yes, you can grouse about blatant referee report errors. But, after you've calmed down, then ask yourself: what did you write (or what did you fail to write) that led a reasonably intelligent, informed reader to so grossly misunderstand your work?
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Casey Wichman Nov 12
what’s your threshold for being able to claim “/beta is a precisely estimated zero”?
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Diana Van Patten Nov 11
Hey ! I am a job market candidate and excited to share my JMP: “Multinationals, Monopsony and Local Development: Evidence from the United Fruit Company”. Full paper: . Summary and main figures in this thread! (1/9)
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Moritz Degler Nov 11
Hey , here's a fun growth fact, US and eurozone GDP per working age capita growth has been THE SAME over the last few decades.
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Arthur Lewbel Nov 9
Machine Learning, Structural models, & experiments are complements not substitutes. ML uncovers connections. Experiments identify causality of connections. Structural work tells how & why they are connected. ML raises questions, RCT's & structural work answers them.
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Arthur Lewbel 14h
Be generous with citations: including a marginally relevant paper is not costly, but leaving out a very relevant paper is bad. You don’t need to discuss every paper in detail. For less relevant work you can say: other work in this area includes paper A, paper B,...
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Ben Harrell🌐🏳️‍🌈 Nov 11
: Suppose you find out someone is working on the same project as you. Both of you have presented it. Neither of you have working papers out. Is the “winner” the first to put out a working paper?
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Ellie Murray Nov 12
Something that I’ve realized from reading is that economists use group-level data a lot. In epi, we avoid that b/c of the ecological fallacy (group processes may differ from individual ones). But, am I right in thinking group is often the level of interest for Econ?
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Jess Hoel Nov 11
Hey , help me update my Impact Evaluation syllabus! I'm looking for super clean, clear examples of RCTs, IVs, RDDs set in low-income communities. This is for undergrads who have stats but don't have metrics, so the cleaner the better.
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Anna Gifty✨ Nov 9
this is your time to amplify the excellence of BW in econ and related fields across generations using ! Some people don't know (m)any BW in econ, so if you do, please reply with names and/or handles of people you think should be considered!
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Marianne Wanamaker Nov 5
, I need some help. What are the very best FUNDED masters programs with good PhD placement rates? We have a couple of awesome UT undergrads who came to economics late in the game. They need to graduate on time, but aren't yet ready for a PhD application.
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Danny Tannenbaum Nov 10
Greetings ! Nebraska economics is hiring two tenure-track assistant professors of economics, in applied econometrics and micro theory. Please consider applying, and tell your friends or students to apply!
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