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  • 30 Jan 2020
    Matthew Wright, Morris Levy

    Moneyball for the Huddled Masses

    In a thought-provoking piece in Politico Magazine , Professor Justin Gest proposes a “Moneyball Fix” for America’s immigration system.  Taking a page out of sports analytics, he suggests that the federal government analyze immigration data it could consolidate or collect to determine which pre-admission characteristics predict prospective immigrants’ “success as Americans.” Success would be defined […]

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  • 4 Apr 2017
    Tore Schweder

    On priors and posteriors in statistical inference, Bayesian always and everywhere?

    Tore Schweder, co-author of Confidence, Likelihood, Probability, examines whether or not prior distribution is needed if it is not based on data.

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