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Reply to “Time is Not A Theoretical Variable”

  • David B. Carter (a1) and Curtis S. Signorino (a2)

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We thank Neal Beck for his comments. In general, there is little difference in our theoretical and practical positions. We all agree that in some applications, time dummies can be problematic; controlling for temporal dependence is important for less-biased estimation of the coefficients on our substantive regressors; a smoothed function of time (whether via a cubic polynomial or spline) is a useful way to model temporal dependence in grouped binary data; and viewing the graph of the hazard can be informative.

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