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
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
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
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
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
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
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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