**Homepage for "The Theory and Applications
of Benford's Law" (Steven J. Miller, editor)**

**The purpose of this page is
to provide additional resources for the book, in particular, supplemental
readings and homework problems for those wishing to use this book in a course.
Except for some additional problems for Chapter 6,
all the homework problems are available here:
Problems for "The Theory and
Applications of Benford's Law". **

**General Resources**- Berger and Hill: Benford Online Bibliography.
- Hurlimann: Benford's Law from 1881 to 2006: A Bibliography
- Wagon: Benford's Law and Data Spread (Mathematica notebook)
- Princeton University Press' homepage: http://press.princeton.edu/titles/10527.html

**Part I:****General Theory I: Basis of Benford’s Law****Part II:****General Theory II: Distributions and Rates of Convergence****Part III:****Applications I: Accounting and Vote Fraud**- Chapter 7: Benford’s Law as a Bridge between Statistics and Accounting (Cleary and Thibodeau)
- Chapter 8: Detecting Fraud and Errors Using Benford’s Law (Nigrini)
- Chapter 9: Can Vote Counts' Digits and Benford's Law Diagnose Elections? (Mebane)
- Chapter 10: Complementing Benford’s Law for small N: a local bootstrap (Roukema)

**Part IV:****Applications II: Economics****Part V: Applications III: Psychology and the Sciences**- Chapter 14: Psychology and Benford’s Law (Burns and Krygier)
- Chapter 15: Managing Risk in Numbers Games (Chou, Kong, Teo and Zheng)
- Chapter 16: Benford’s Law in the Natural Sciences (Hoyle)
- Chapter 17: Generalizing Benford’s Law (Lee, Cho and Judge)

**Part VI:****Applications IV: Images**

Questions? Contact Steven J Miller at sjm1@williams.edu or Steven.Miller.MC.96@aya.yale.edu.