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Sim et al.: The Utility of Text: The Case of Amicus Briefs and the Supreme Court

Yanchuan Sim, Bryan Routledge, and Noah A. Smith presented a paper entitled The Utility of Text: The Case of Amicus Briefs and the Supreme Court, at New Directions in Text as Data 2014, held 10-11 October 2014 at Northwestern University … Continue reading

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McShane et al. on Predicting Securities Fraud Settlements and Amounts: A Hierarchical Bayesian Model

Professor Dr. Blakeley B. McShane of the Northwestern University School of Management, and colleagues, have published Predicting Securities Fraud Settlements and Amounts: A Hierarchical Bayesian Model of Federal Securities Class Action Lawsuits, Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 9, 482–510 (2012). … Continue reading

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