Related Documentation

Source document

Social Science Research Council Task Force, To Secure Knowledge: Social Science Partnerships for the Common Good. Issued by SSRC September 17, 2018.

Other related reading

Bryce J. Dietrich, Ryan D. Enos and Maya Sen, “Emotional Arousal Predicts Voting on the U.S. Supreme Court”. PA / Political Analysis, 2018.

Justin Grimmer, “We Are All Social Scientists Now: How Big Data, Machine Learning, and Causal Inference Work Together.” Political Science, January 2015.

Gary King, “Ensuring the Data Rich Future of the Social Sciences.” Science, 331 (11 February, 2011): 719-721.

Gary King and Nathaniel Persily. Working Paper. “A New Model for Industry-Academic Partnerships.” April, 2018; latest version January, 2019

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