April 25, 2014
April 25, 2014
Conference is located at the Carlson School of Management on the campus of the University of Minnesota
7th annual St. Louis Area Methods Meeting (SLAMM!)
University of Minnesota on Friday, April 25, 2014
SLAMM! continues to assert its wide geographic reach by convening at the Carlson School of Management on the campus of the University of Minnesota. This year's host, John Freeman, has put together an outstanding program, including three speakers:
Benjamin Bagozzi, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Minnesota
"Distinguishing Occasional Abstentions from Routine Ambivalence in Models of Vote Choice"
(co-authored with Kathleen Marchetti)
Galin Jones, Associate Professor, School of Statistics, University of Minnesota
"Markov Chain Monte Carlo: Can We Trust the Third Significant Figure?"
Ines Levin, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Georgia
"Uncertain Neighbors: Bayesian Propensity Score Matching for Causal Inference"
(co-authored with R. Michael Alvarez)
Registration is now open! Click on the registration link (to the left of this screen) and fill out the form. Don't forget to indicate if you will attend the Friday night dinner at the Coffman Memorial Union (Presidents Room). Registration closes on March 1st, so don't delay!
As always, there is no fee for attending SLAMM! and meals are provided. Hotel information is located via the link to the left of this screen. Attendees need to make their own reservations and don't forget to mention "SLAMM!" to get the special rate.
The link containing the full-day program and titles of the papers is under construction. Check back later for more details!
Future conference sites:
April 10, 2015 - Washington University in St. Louis
April 2016 - Texas A&M
April 2017 - University of Missouri (Mizzou)