G. David Garson is full professor in the Department of Public Administration, School of Public and International Affairs, North Carolina State University, where he teaches courses on advanced research methodology, geographic information systems, and American government. He is editor of the Social Science Computer Review, which he founded in 1982, and is on the editorial board of four other journals. Currently he also serves as president of Statistical Associates Publishers and is author of over four dozen of its digital monographs and books on advanced statistical topics, peer reviewed, listed with ISBN numbers in Books in Print, distributed worldwide through Amazon/Kindle as well as directly by Statistical Associates Publishers.
In 2012, Statistical Associates replaced his "Statnotes" website, used by over a million people a year. The new website is http://www.statisticalassociates.com.
Prof. Garson is author of Logistic Regression: Binary and Multinomial (2016), Partial Least Squares (2016), Grounded Theory (2016), Survey Research and Sampling (2016), Structural Equation Modeling (2015), GLM Multivariate and Canonical Correlation (2015), Explaining Human Behavior (2015), Missing Values Analysis (2015), Multiple Regression (2014), Cluster Analysis (2014), Path Analysis (2014), Neural Network Models (2014), and other Statistical Associates titles. He is also editor of and contributor to Hierarchical Linear Modeling: Guide and Applications (2013), coauthor of Public Information Management and E-Government: Policy and Issues (2013); editor and contributor for Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology (2008), Patriotic Information Systems: Privacy, Access, and Security Issues of Bush Information Policy (2008), Modern Public Information Technology Systems (2007), and author of Public Information Technology and E-Governance: Managing the Virtual State (2006), and is author, coauthor, editor, or coeditor of over two dozen other books and author or coauthor of over 50 articles. Professor Garson received his undergraduate degree in political science from Princeton University (1965) and his doctoral degree in government from Harvard University (1969).
G. David Garson
School of Public and International Affairs
North Carolina State University Box 8102
Raleigh, NC 27695-8102