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Empirical Approaches in Microeconomics: Program Evaluation and Research Design (Half-Term)

ECO 539A

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This half-course covers the most commonly-used program evaluation and research designs in labor economics, public economics, development economics and related applied microeconomic fields. There are three non-mutually exclusive goals: to enhance understanding of empirical research as used in a number of empirical microeconomic areas, to provide an applied perspective for those who intend to pursue further study in more advanced topics in microeconometrics, and to provide an exposure to a diversity of empirical methods for those who intend to focus and use more structural approaches.
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Section L01