‘Publish or Perish’ and the Small Sample-Size Problem

Science has progressed much by using the experimental method, because it allows us to control many of the important variables including they key independent variable, and it allows us to randomly assign subjects to the treatment or control group, so we can control for confounding variables. I will give a short intro to the experimental... Continue Reading →


Nuclear Bombs And Oreo Cookies: How Political Science and Economics Are The Flip-Sides Of The Same Coin

Amsterdam, a.d. prid id. Sep. MMDCCLXVIII A.U.C., Both economics and political science study how groups make decisions about 'who gets what and when?', only in different circumstances with different decision making processes. The biggest difference between the two disciplines is that economics looks at how markets allocate thins and why they sometimes fail at doing that,... Continue Reading →

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