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Compare and contrast a neighbourhood and a bandwidth. Compare and contrast a type I error and a discovery. Compare and contrast a fuzzy regression discontinuity and an IV. Compare and contrast a linear difference-in-differences with a nonlinear difference in differences. Compare and contrast a Bonferroni procedure with a max-T procedure. Compare and contrast a uniform kernel with a triangular kernel. Compare and contrast the assumption required for difference-in-differences with state specific dummies, versus difference-in-differences with state specific time trends. Compare and contrast a first stage with a reduced form, in the context of IV. Compare and contrast a nonparametric bootstrap with a pairs bootstrap. Imagine you get the following p-values for a set of hypotheses you are testing: 0.005, 0.0048, 0.0051, 0.5, 0.05, 0.0049, 0.051, 0.0052, 0.09, 0.009. How many are significant at the 5% significance level? What is the single step Bonferroni critical value? What are the step-down Bonferroni critical values?
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