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Christopher H. Achen is professor of politics at Princeton University. His research focuses on political methodology, particularly as it applies to empirical democratic theory, American politics, and international relations. He is the author ofInterpreting and Using Regression (1999) andThe Statistical Analysis of Quasi-Experiments (1987), and co-author ofCross-Level Inference (1994).

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Achen, C.H. Two cheers for Charles Ragin. St Comp Int Dev 40, 27–32 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02686285

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Keywords

  • Comparative International Development
  • Qualitative Comparative Analysis
  • Linear Additive Model
  • Quantitative Researcher
  • Empirical Social Science