Session will involve a one-hour presentation followed by an hour or so of individual Q&A with consultants.
RSW, closed to public
January 25 9:00am
RSW Roundtable - Closed to public; invitation only.
Workshop in Methods, Dr. Daniela Puzzelo, "How and Why to Experiment in Economics"
January 25 2:00pm
Experimental economics uses human subjects to answer research and policy questions. This talk provides a brief discussion of the methodological guidelines adopted in economics experiments. It will also illustrate how experiments can be used to test the validity of economic theories or guide the design of market mechanisms and economic policies.
Péter Krekó, Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, "Russian Soft and Sharp Power in Central Eastern Europe: Success and/or Failure?"
February 01 9:30am
In this interactive telebridge discussion, Péter Krekó will discuss findings from his forthcoming piece on Russian soft and sharp power in Central Eastern Europe.
Péter Krekó—political scientist, social psychologist and executive director of the think tank Political Capital Insitute—focuses on Russi more »
WIM: Helge Marahrens, "Introduction to APIs for Social Scientists"
February 01 2:00pm
In recent years, social scientists have increased their efforts to access new datasets from the web or from large databases. An easy way to access such data are Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). This workshop introduces techniques for working with APIs in Python to retrieve data from sources such as Wikipedia or The New York Times. It i more »
October 14 - 20, 2018
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