The Empirical Legal Studies blog posts a link to Joshua Miller (Bocconi Univ.) and Adam Sanjurjo (Univ. de Alicante), in which they suggest that a form of selection bias contributes to an underestimation of the true probability of an outcome when conditioned on a prior (and similar) outcome.
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Small Groups: What characteristics that Potts identifies appear in the selection above?
Large Group: In what ways does YouTube, more broadly speaking, challenge queer discourses and in what ways does it uphold heteronormative/homophobic/transphobic speech? 30 more words
Washington and Lee law professor Susan Franck’s new paper, Conflating Politics and Development? Examining Investment Treaty Arbitration Outcomes, currently appears on SSRN top ten lists in five different subject areas: … 469 more words
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I’m pleased to announce that the MTAGIC project has had a poster accepted to the Interaction Design and Children (IDC) 2013 conference coming up this month in New York City! 257 more words