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MGTECON 607: Methods for Applied Econometrics

The course provides an introduction to modern econometric methods for causal inference. We discuss classical randomized experiments as well as modern methods for experimentation. We als discuss observational methods for cross section settings, including matching, propensity score methods and doubly robust methods. We also cover methods for dealing with selection on unobservables, including regression discontinuity designs, instrumental variables. We also discuss methods for panel data settings including fixed effect methods, difference-in-differences and synthetic controls.
Terms: Spr | Units: 4
Instructors: Imbens, G. (PI)
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