Results from a Survey About Education

Early results based on a recent Alternative Creds Baseline Attitudinal survey. Sampled 2/26. Outline: Survey Objective and Content Findings Some Related Theory Related External Articles I. Survey Objective and Content 1.1 Objective Contribute to research on alternative credentials mainly by understanding factors affecting employer willingness to accept alternative credentials. 1.2 Content – Not in Order [Statement, not … Read more Results from a Survey About Education

Experimental Identification of the Preference Effect

The below was a term paper for Dr. Stratmann’s ECON 895, “Empirical Micro Economics,” also known as Microeconometrics, Fall 2016 at GMU. The figures referenced are in the Word document but not in the website article. Download the Word document here. It’s better formatted anyway I think. Abstract Prices, the distribution of income, and individual … Read more Experimental Identification of the Preference Effect

Selective GOTV Tactics

When you use phones during a campaign GOTV effort you may engage in three types of phone calls. Push-polls are polls which use leading questions to intentionally get people to answer a certain way. These are used for the same reason as another technique, called advo GOTV or advocacy. The intent in both of these … Read more Selective GOTV Tactics

Edgar Schein on Values

In this article I will discuss the problem of dishonesty and talk about how Edgar Schein can help address the problem. In my work I have states repeatedly that worldview drives all kinds of actions. People pursue their own interests necessarily and tautologically. Those interests are determined by worldview and context. Worldview is essentially no … Read more Edgar Schein on Values