Overview

SFB Seminar Series 2017
Joint SFB 884 - ZEW Conference: Development Economics and Evaluation of Reforms: An International Perspective


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SFB Seminar Series 2017


Details about the seminars can be found in our archive here.

Overview of Seminars in 2017

January 30: Pablo Fernandez-Vasquz, Carlos III-Juan March Institute
February 20: Masaaki Higashijima, University of Tohoku
February 27: Paolo Roberti, University of Bologna
March 13: Amanda Driscoll, Florida State University
March 27: Charles Anthony Smith, University of California, Irvine
April 5: Deborah Cobb-Clark, University of Sydney
April 24: Laia Balcells, Duke University
May 8: James Snyder, Havard University
May 22: Giovanni Mastrobuoni, University of Essex
May 29: Benny Moldovanu, University of Bonn
September 11: Felix Bierbrauer, University of Cologne
October 9: Matthew Wilson - West Virginia University
October 23: Karina Shyrokykh, LMU Munich
November 6: Stephanos Vlachos, University of Lausanne
November 20: Yann P. Kerevel, Lousiana State University
December 4: Philipp Denter, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Joint SFB 884 - ZEW Conference: Development Economics and Evaluation of Reforms: An International Perspective

Date: November 29 - December 1, 2017

Summary: The conference will give both applied econometricians and development economists the opportunity to learn about and discuss recent rigorous empirical research in developing countries, particularly impact evaluation. Conference participants can enjoy various workshops led by top researchers from both academia and international organizations who are running impact evaluations. It is of great interest for researchers who develop and use statistical methods for RCTs or non-experimental methods.