Nathaniel Beck
Nathaniel Beck
Professor of Politics, NYU
Verified email at nyu.edu
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What to do (and not to do) with time-series cross-section data
N Beck, JN Katz
American political science review, 634-647, 1995
69111995
Taking time seriously: Time-series-cross-section analysis with a binary dependent variable
N Beck, JN Katz, R Tucker
American Journal of Political Science 42 (4), 1260-1288, 1998
29351998
TIME-SERIES–CROSS-SECTION DATA: What Have We Learned in the Past Few Years?
N Beck
Annual review of political science 4 (1), 271-293, 2001
12622001
Nuisance vs. substance: Specifying and estimating time-series-cross-section models
N Beck, JN Katz
Political analysis, 1-36, 1996
12521996
Modeling dynamics in time-series–cross-section political economy data
N Beck, JN Katz
Annual Review of Political Science 14, 331-352, 2011
7032011
Modeling dynamics in time-series-cross-section political economy data
N Beck, JN Katz
Annual Review of Political Science 14, 331-352, 2011
7032011
Space is more than geography: Using spatial econometrics in the study of political economy
N Beck, KS Gleditsch, K Beardsley
International studies quarterly 50 (1), 27-44, 2006
5882006
Throwing out the baby with the bath water: A comment on Green, Kim, and Yoon
N Beck, JN Katz
International Organization, 487-495, 2001
5092001
Improving quantitative studies of international conflict: A conjecture
N Beck, G King, L Zeng
American Political science review, 21-35, 2000
3932000
Comparing dynamic specifications: The case of presidential approval
N Beck
Political Analysis, 51-87, 1991
2731991
Time-series-cross-section issues: dynamics, 2004
N Beck, JN Katz
annual meeting of the Society for Political Methodology, Stanford University, 2004
2722004
Beyond linearity by default: Generalized additive models
N Beck, S Jackman
American Journal of Political Science, 596-627, 1998
2691998
Parties, administrations, and American macroeconomic outcomes
N Beck
The American Political Science Review, 83-93, 1982
2331982
Time-series-cross-section methods
N Beck
The Oxford handbook of political methodology, 475-493, 2008
2302008
KATZ.(1995) What to do (and not to do) with Time-Series Cross-Section Data
N Beck, N Jonathan
American political science review 89 (3), 634-647, 1995
2181995
Elections and the Fed: Is there a political monetary cycle?
N Beck
American Journal of Political Science, 194-216, 1987
2081987
KATZ, AND RICHARD TUCKER. 1998.“Taking Time Seriously: Time-Series-Cross-Section Analysis with a Binary Dependent Variable.”
N Beck, N Jonathan
American Journal of Political Science 42 (4), 1260-88, 0
204*
Random coefficient models for time-series—cross-section data: Monte Carlo experiments
N Beck, JN Katz
Political Analysis, 182-195, 2007
1952007
Globalization and armed conflict
K Barbieri, NP Gleditsch, G Schneider
Rowman & Littlefield, 2003
1802003
Presidential Influence on the Federal Reserve in the 1970s
N Beck
American Journal of Political Science, 415-445, 1982
1541982
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