New blog post: Guido Tiemann writes about ecological inference techniques

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Ecological inference techniques, as advocated and codified by Gary King, provide a way forward when survey data is biased or unavailable and researchers need to infer individual behavior from contextual data. The historical 1920 Carinthian plebiscite provides an ideal-typical application: it was organized to decide whether an ethnically and linguistically heterogenous part of South-East Carinthia was to be included into Austria or into Yugoslavia.