Interesting Episode of EconTalk where Elizabeth Anderson makes the case that employment shares striking similarity with dictatorship. This perspective may help explain why representative governments (where workers do have a voice) introduce regulations that business leadership otherwise would not have an incentive to implement.
Psychologists often do not begin from a Bayesian perspective. I think we should do so more often.
Yes, Bayes’s Theorem.
Voice may uniquely communicate presence of mind and, ultimately, fundamental aspects of being human. – Juliana Schroeder
This post will cover how to add the number of times a certain response has been given for a variable (its frequency or count), and append this information to the data set as a new variable in SPSS. For example, say you have a list of names. Next to each name you’d like to add the number of times the name appears in the list. In SPSS, this information is easy to view with the “frequencies” dialogue, but how do you add it as a variable automatically?