Scott Cook
Scott Cook
Associate Professor of Political Science, Texas A&M University
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Spatial interdependence and instrumental variable models
T Betz, SJ Cook, FM Hollenbach
Political Science Research and Methods 8 (4), 646-661, 2020
Fixed effects in rare events data: a penalized maximum likelihood solution
SJ Cook, JC Hays, RJ Franzese
Political Science Research and Methods 8 (1), 92-105, 2020
On the use and abuse of spatial instruments
T Betz, SJ Cook, FM Hollenbach
Political Analysis 26 (4), 474-479, 2018
Spatial-and spatiotemporal-autoregressive probit models of interdependent binary outcomes
RJ Franzese, JC Hays, SJ Cook
Political Science Research and Methods 4 (1), 151-173, 2016
Model specification and spatial interdependence
SJ Cook, JC Hays, RJ Franzese
Research Methods in Political Science an d International Relations, ume 2 …, 2020
Two Wrongs Make a Right: Addressing Underreporting in Binary Data from Multiple Sources
SJ Cook, B Blas, RJ Carroll, S Sinha
Political Analysis, 2016
Beyond policy diffusion: Spatial econometric models of public administration
SJ Cook, SH An, N Favero
Journal of public administration research and theory 29 (4), 591-608, 2019
New democracies and the risk of civil conflict: The lasting legacy of military rule
S Cook, B Savun
Journal of Peace Research 53 (6), 745-757, 2016
Lost in aggregation: Improving event analysis with report‐level data
SJ Cook, NB Weidmann
American Journal of Political Science 63 (1), 250-264, 2019
A warning on separation in multinomial logistic models
SJ Cook, J Niehaus, S Zuhlke
Research & Politics 5 (2), 2053168018769510, 2018
The politics of police data: State legislative capacity and the transparency of state and substate agencies
SJ Cook, D Fortunato
American political science review 117 (1), 280-295, 2023
Stadl up! the spatiotemporal autoregressive distributed lag model for tscs data analysis
SJ Cook, JC Hays, RJ Franzese
American Political Science Review 117 (1), 59-79, 2023
Exogenous shocks, bargaining problems, and the onset of civil war
B Savun, S Cook
American Political Science Association Annual Meeting 18, 2010
Flexible multivariate spatiotemporal Hawkes process models of terrorism
M Jun, S Cook
The Annals of Applied Statistics 18 (2), 1378-1403, 2024
Race to the bottom: Spatial aggregation and event data
SJ Cook, NB Weidmann
International Interactions 48 (3), 471-491, 2022
Lagged outcomes, lagged predictors, and lagged errors: a clarification on common factors
SJ Cook, C Webb
Political Analysis 29 (4), 561-569, 2021
In plain sight? Reconsidering the linkage between brideprice and violent conflict
SJ Cook, CG Thies
Conflict Management and Peace Science 38 (2), 129-146, 2021
The promise and perils of point process models of political events
L Zhu, SJ Cook, M Jun
arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.12566, 2021
Empirical Analysis of Spatial Interdependence
SJ Cook, RJ Franzese, JC Hays
preparation for Cambridge University Press, 2018
Sparse spatially clustered coefficient model via adaptive regularization
Y Zhong, H Sang, SJ Cook, PM Kellstedt
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis 177, 107581, 2023
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