Daniel E. Ho, Ph.D.

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2004 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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General, Law
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Gary King grad student 2004 Harvard
 (Causal inference in political science and law.)
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Handan-Nader C, Ho DE, Elias B. (2020) Feasible Policy Evaluation by Design: A Randomized Synthetic Stepped-Wedge Trial of Mandated Disclosure in King County. Evaluation Review. 193841X20930852
Ho DE, Ouellette LL. (2020) Improving Scientific Judgments in Law and Government: A Field Experiment of Patent Peer Review Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 17: 190-223
Altenburger KM, Ho DE. (2018) When Algorithms Import Private Bias into Public Enforcement: The Promise and Limitations ofStatistical Debiasing Solutions Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics-Zeitschrift Fur Die Gesamte Staatswissenschaft. 175: 98-122
Ho DE, Sherman S, Wyman P. (2018) Do Checklists Make a Difference? A Natural Experiment from Food Safety Enforcement Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 15: 242-277
Ho DE, Sherman S. (2017) Managing Street-Level Arbitrariness: The Evidence Base for Public Sector Quality Improvement Annual Review of Law and Social Science. 13: 251-272
Ho DE. (2015) Randomizing… what? A field experiment of child access voting laws Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics. 171: 150-170
Ho DE, Imai K, King G, et al. (2011) MatchIt: Nonparametric preprocessing for parametric causal inference Journal of Statistical Software. 42: 1-28
Ho DE, Rubin DB. (2011) Credible causal inference for empirical legal studies Annual Review of Law and Social Science. 7: 17-40
Ho DE, Quinn KM. (2010) How Not to Lie with Judicial Votes: Misconceptions, Measurement, and Models California Law Review. 98: 813
Ho DE, Quinn KM. (2010) Did a Switch in Time Save Nine Journal of Legal Analysis. 2: 69-113
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