[gov3009-l] Applied Stats: IMAI, March 16th

Dan Hopkins dhopkins at fas.harvard.edu
Mon Mar 14 09:44:58 EST 2005

Research Workshop in Applied Statistics

This Wednesday, March 16th, join the Applied Statistics Workshop at 12
noon for Kosuke Imai's talk, "Estimating the Causal Effects of Policy
Information on Voter Turnout."  The paper is available here:


and a link is provided on the Applied Statistics Workshop website
(www.courses.fas.harvard.edu/~gov3009/Calendar/) as well.  Lunch will be
served at noon, and the presentation will begin at 12:15 PM in Room 22 of
the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (formerly the Center for
Basic Research in the Social Sciences), 34 Kirkland Street. We hope you
can attend.

Also, a note for graduate students: tomorrow, Tuesday, March 15th, at 4 PM
in Room 22 of the Institute, 34 Kirkland Street, Kosuke Imai will be
talking about ecological inference at a seminar called the "Graduate
Methods Master Class." The Master Class is a forum where graduate students
from a range of disciplines get together on a weekly basis to work through
and teach one another useful statistical models.  Any interested graduate
students are more than welcome.  For more information on the presentation,
or on the seminar in general, please see:



Dan Hopkins
Applied Statistics Workshop Coordinator

Ph.D. Student
Department of Government
Harvard University
Tutor, Currier House
dhopkins at fas.harvard.edu

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