Course


Hybrid Interactive Training – Applied Research Methods

Course


Hybrid Interactive Training – Applied Research Methods

  03/08/2020 - 07/08/2020

While the Applied Research course cannot run in its traditional format this year, we are able to offer this course in a live, interactive format that combines online and real-life exercises. We hope this will provide many of you with the opportunity to continue your training this coming summer.

Seminar


Gianluca Baio

Seminar


Gianluca Baio

University College London

  Tue, 12th May 2020

  12:30 - 14:00

   TBA

   Bayesian Regression Discontinuity Design: Applications to Epidemiology

Colloquium


Noah Bacine

Colloquium


Noah Bacine

University of Oxford

  Wed, 4th Mar 2020

  14:00 - 15:00

   Clay Room - Nuffield College

   To Oppress or not to Oppress: What Makes Good People do Bad

Colloquium


Peiran Jiao

Colloquium


Peiran Jiao

Maastricht University

  Wed, 26th Feb 2020

  14:00 - 15:00

   Clay Room - Nuffield College

   History, Efficiency and Implementation: An Experiment

Seminar


Pia Raffler

Seminar


Pia Raffler

Harvard University

  Tue, 25th Feb 2020

  12:30 - 14:00

   Butler Room - Nuffield College

   Political Oversight of the Bureaucracy: Implications for Democratization in Hybrid Regimes

Colloquium


David Rueda

Colloquium


David Rueda

University of Oxford

  Wed, 19th Feb 2020

  14:00 - 15:00

   Clay Room - Nuffield College

   Fairness, Risk and the Welfare State

Colloquium


Marta Golin

Colloquium


Marta Golin

University of Oxford

  Wed, 12th Feb 2020

  14:00 - 15:00

   Conference Room - Nuffield College

   Mobile Phone Usage and Wellbeing

Seminar


Michela Redoano Coppede

Seminar


Michela Redoano Coppede

University of Warwick

  Tue, 11th Feb 2020

  12:30 - 14:00

   Conference Room - Nuffield College

   Social Capital, Culture and Government Performance

Colloquium


Betram Vidgen

Colloquium


Betram Vidgen

Alan Turing Institute

  Wed, 29th Jan 2020

  14:00 - 15:00

   Clay Room - Nuffield College

   Understanding Perceptions of Online Hate: Targets, Context and Subjectivity