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Jake Bowers

Political Science and Statistics and NCSA
420 David Kinley Hall (DKH) MC-713
1407 W Gregory Dr
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Urbana, IL 61801
217/300-4330
[email protected]

I also retain affiliations with the Center for Political Studies and Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. And also with the Center for American Political Studies at Harvard University.

Research

RItools

Other Open Software Projects

Blog

I just started a blog for communication with some of my students. Currently it focuses on handouts and posts relevant to graduate students taking statistics courses with me.

Teaching

Summer 2014

Experimentos de Campo

Matching for Adjustment and Causal Inference

Causal Inference in the Social Sciences (with Ben Hansen)

Spring 2014

PS522 - Research Design (with Jim Kuklinski)

PS531 - Linear Models and Statistical Inference

PS300 - Future Politics (Science Fiction and Political Theory)

Fall 2013

PS230 - Introduction to Statistics for Political Scientists

PS300 - Research Workshop on Political Participation

Spring 2013

PS531 - Linear Models and Statistical Inference ( Final Paper Guide )

PS300 - Future Politics (Science Fiction and Political, Social, and Economic Theory)

Fall 2012

PS230 - Introduction to Statistics for Political Scientists

PS590 - Political Experiments: Design and Analysis (co-designed with Corrine McConnaughy ) an iTV course

Spring 2012

PS531 - Linear Models and Statistical Inference ( Final Paper Guide )

PS300 - Future Politics (Science Fiction and Political, Social, and Economic Theory)

Fall 2011

PS230 - Introduction to Statistics for Political Scientists

PS590 - Potential Outcomes, Matching, and Causal Inference an iTV course ( Final Paper Guide )

Spring 2011

PS531 - Linear Models and Statistical Inference ( Final Paper Guide )

PS230 - Introduction to Statistics for Political Science Majors

Fall 2010

PS300 - Future Politics (Science Fiction and Political, Social, and Economic Theory)

Spring 2010

PS531 - Linear Models and Statistical Inference

Spring 2009

PS230 - Introduction to Statistics

PS499 - Future Politics (Science Fiction and Political, Social, and Economic Theory)

Fall 2007

PS532 - Quantitative Political Analysis II

PS590 - Potential Outcomes Inference an iTV course

Winter 2005

PS688 - Applied Bayesian and Non-parametric Methods for Political Research

PS496 - Seminar on Political Participation

Fall 2004

PS599 - Statistical Methods in Political Research

PS389 - Research Design and Data Analysis for Political Science

Fall 2003

PS599 - Statistical Methods in Political Research

PS496 - Seminar on Political Participation

Some layout inspired by my colleagues Mika LaVaque-Manty and Rob Mickey and by Kieran Healy ; parts of CSS borrowed from bluerobot.com and Ethan Schoonover's Solarized Project Thanks to James Fowler and Harla Yesner for the CSS code to make the abstract display work on the working papers page!

This page is designed and implemented with vi although I use another editor with lots of customizations for other tasks .

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