Political Analysis

An Annual Publication of the Methodology Section of the American Political Science Association, Vol. 4, 1992
Volume 4
John R. Freeman, Editor
A new volume in the annual that addresses all areas of political methodology. See also Stimson, James A.


Political Analysis is an annual publication sponsored by the methodology section of the American Political Science Association. Now in its fifth year, the annual publishes scholarly articles on topics related to all areas of political science methodology, broadly defined. Methodology includes research design, measurement and measurement theory, estimation, statistical inference, simulation, mathematical modeling and other topics. This volume joins its predecessors as a publication of great value in disseminating new methodological research.

John R. Freeman is Professor of Political Science, University of Minnesota.

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  • "Political Analysis contains a great deal of useful information for scholars interested in empirical political research. It presents current work in several important methodological fields and provides a number of novel and useful substantive contributions. This volume and the four that preceded it should be on the shelves of all empirically oriented political scientists."
    American Political Science Review

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