Best of #econtwitter - Week of May 1, 2022 [3/3]
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This is part three of three.
Paper summary threads
Alon (they/them) @alon_levy@arpitrage This study out of Kenya shows results about the effects of noise even without spatial sorting? https://t.co/Yu3Hldqq7T
Jacob Kaplan @JacobKaplanCrimNews reports on the READI Chicago study are misleading and are overly positive. As I argue in this post, the study itself makes it easy for casual readers to come to the same conclusions, part of a broader trend of what I call Press Release Research. https://t.co/fs3R6Ygqi5
Peter Hull @instrumenthull@DerekRury Off the top of my head: - Outcome subscripts should give the max unique identifier of obs. E.g. y_it for a panel of individuals over time - All regressor subscripts should be in terms of the outcome subscript. E.g. x_i, w_it, q_s(i) where s is a f'n giving i's state