Estimating Central Bank Preferences paper to be presented in San Francisco

Our paper ``Estimating Central Bank Prefernces'' was selected for the 2015 APSA Pre-Conference on Political Communication, ``#Disruption: Political Communication in a Digital Age.'' The 13th annual Pre-Conference on will be held Wednesday, September 2, 2015, at the University of San Francisco in San Francisco, CA. Stop by to see our panel entitled Nothing but Text: Utilizing Text Analysis at the Cutting-edge

Panel Participants:

Whiteside, Craig (Naval War College Monterey). ``Symbolic Violence as a Message: Deciphering the Islamic State’s Strategic Communications.''

Jaros, Kyle (Harvard University) and Jennifer Pan (Harvard University). ``Where Does the Buck Stop? Using Large-Scale Text Analysis to Map the Political Ownership of Policymaking in China.''

Baerg, Nicole (University of Mannheim) and Will Lowe (Princeton University). ``A Textual Taylor Rule: Estimating Central Bank Preferences Combining Topic and Scaling Methods.''

Kang, Taewoo (Washington State University). ``On Campaign Websites: Partisan Differences?''

Jensen, Mike (University of Canberra). ``Public Communication and Public Opinion: Understanding Public Opinion through Election Surveys and Tweet Analysis.''

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