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Working Papers

The CSSS Working Paper Series is a well-established, highly visible venue for the dissemination of new statistical methods and scientific results. We welcome submissions of papers advancing statistical methodology for the social sciences or using cutting edge statistical methods to advance social scientific research questions.  Many papers in the CSSS Working Papers Series have been downloaded thousands of times, and have had significant impact on their respective fields.

Submission Procedures

Papers must be submitted by a faculty member affiliated with CSSS, but may be authored by anyone. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis. Working papers included in the CSSS web site may also be posted on the arXiv or SSRN or submitted to other working paper series; in this case, we will provide links to other locations as appropriate.

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Influence network of 25 countries, as estimated in Peter Hoff’s CSSS Working Paper, "Multilinear tensor regression for longitudinal relational data"

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