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Commentary on “Science V. Significance: Examining the Role and Application of Statistical Significance Testing in Public Administration Research”
Author: RANDALL DAVIS
Published in PAQ, Vol. 43 No. 2
Stephen Neely’s article published in this issue of Public Administration Quarterly (PAQ) takes aim at traditional conventions associated with hypothesis testing in public administration research. This piece successfully articulates significant shortcomings associated with tests of statistical significance.
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