Marinov will speak about a number of applications of text analysis to issues in comparative politics and international relations. One is a an original dataset of economic sanctions, and discussion of economic sanctions, generated by applying machine-learning methods to U.S.
Proposal for a Research Cafe for APSA 2018: "Computational Analysis of Text and Big Data: Advances in Comparative Politics and Beyond". Submitted to Comparative Politics (2nd preference Methods) on January 4th, 2018.
NELDA is powering research in Science: Kudos to David Lazer and team. NELDA updates coming soon, hopefully, with links to various online resources that make it even more usable. Create public goods and push them down the river.
At APSA 2017, Marinov will have three participations: Breaking News Panel on Electons Intereference, paper (on how foreigners induce position change of domestic candidates) presentation at panel , and discussant at a panel on foreign economic policy. More below.