[gov3009-l] Methods TA needed at MIT

Matt Blackwell mblackwell at iq.harvard.edu
Wed Dec 8 15:01:56 EST 2010


Hi all,

We try not to bother you too much on the Applied Stats email list, but
I wanted to pass along a teaching opportunity relevant to the list.
Covers many of the topics that we discuss in the workshop. See below
for details.

Cheers,
matt.



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jens Hainmueller <jhainm at mit.edu>
Date: Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 2:54 PM
Subject: Favor
To: Matt Blackwell <mblackwell at iq.harvard.edu>

Hi,



I am looking for a TA for my graduate class Quant 2 this Spring at
MIT. The class covers methods for causal inference (experiments,
regression, matching, DID, panel data, synthetic controls, IV, RDD,
bounds, sensitivity analysis, etc.). I am looking for a TA that enjoys
teaching methods and has the right training (i.e. completed the
graduate methods courses in his/her department or equivalent). The pay
is about 11K (pre-tax) for the semester and you are required you to
teach one section (~10-15 students) and run the problem sets.



Please send me an email if you are interested.



Thanks,

Jens



Jens Hainmueller

Assistant Professor

Department of Political Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

http://www.mit.edu/~jhainm/


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