Empirical Strategies Short Course
Empirical Strategies is a 8-12 hour short course based on Mostly Harmless Econometrics by Angrist and Pischke (Princeton University Press, 2009). Upcoming venues and reading lists and schedules from recent courses are linked below. I offer two versions, focusing on either the first or second half of MHE. Email me for if you're interested in hosting.
HEC Lausanne, August 2013 (contact Rafael Lalive for details)
Central European University, August 2012
Gabor Kezdi and his winners
The University of Zurich (Winkelmann Group), January 9-11 2012
t-shirt winners Sofia and Sandro
(awarded on the basis of a secret composite score involving econometrics and ice skates . . .)
Research Design for Causal Inference 2011
Hosted by Bernie Black and Mat Cubbins, with Alberto Abadie, Ted Eisenberg, Daniel Ho, and Guido Imbens
The University of Southern Denmark, January 2011
Cutting Edge Techniques in International Program Evaluation
with Adriana Kugler, Georgetown University
This three-day course covers state-of-the-art evaluation techniques, including randomized field experiments, matching methods, instrumental variables, and regression discontinuity designs. This course is designed for practitioners and researchers who want to sharpen their skills in program evaluation. Dates: June 13-15, 2011
Summertime on the Potomac . . .
The Inter-American Development Bank, July 2010
Minho University, Braga Portugal, June 29-July 3, 2009
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