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Table of Contents
Methodological Artifacts in Measures of Political Efficacy & Trust: A Multiple Correspondence Analysis
Jorg Blasius & Victor Thiessen
Aggregation Among Binary, Count, & Duration Models: Estimating the Same Quantities from Different Levels of Data
James E. Alt, Gary King & Curtis S. Signorino
Modeling Equilibrium Relationships: Error Correction Models with Strongly Autoregressive Data
Suzanna De Boef