23509 Empirical Methods for Policy Evaluation6cp
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Anti-requisite(s): 23572 Applied Microeconometrics
Empirical Methods for Policy Evaluation equips students with the modern toolkit of causal inference and rigorous policy evaluation. It covers experimental, quasi-experimental and observational data analysis. These tools are fundamental for estimating the impact of policies, programs and interventions. These methods are used by analysts in the public and private sector. They are also foundational for academic research on causal relationships in economics and many other disciplines.
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