Short Courses

Evaluation methods and economic appraisal: Part 1

12th May 2014 to 13th May 2014

Most courses run from 10.00 to 17.00 each day, although some may start at 9.30 or 9.45.

This two-day course explains the role that economic analysis can play in policy evaluation. It focuses on a selection of quasi-experimental approaches to evaluation of policy, covering topics such as regression methods, Propensity Score Matching, Difference in Difference (DID) Methods and instrumental variables. The course can be taken together with Evaluation Methods and Economic Appraisal: Part 2, as a four-day course.