Center Offers Economic Research Workshops
Has the relationship between mother and child changed as women have entered the workforce? Does teacher pay have an effect on how students perform in public schools? Does public transportation help the environment or is it cost effective?
The DeVoe L. Moore Center is bringing together FSU economics faculty and graduate students for a special workshop series geared toward helping students develop the skills for researching the pressing social, economic, and political concerns of our time.
All sessions are in the DeVoe Moore Center, 150 Bellamy.
DATA MANAGEMENT AND GATHERING
SEPTEMBER 16, 5:30-7:30 pm
Instructor: Martha Evans
Learn how to find data,navigate databases, and improve your Excel skills.
USING STATISTICAL SOFTWARE TO PERFORM EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS
SEPTEMBER 30, 5:30-7:30 pm
Instructor: Dr. Anastasia Semykina
Get the competitive edge by learning the basics of coding and STATA.
COMMON PROBLEMS WITH INDUCTION
OCTOBER 14, 5:30-7:30 pm
Instructor: Kevin Willardsen
What does the data tell us? How to deal with endogeneity, correlation vs. causation, and why it’s hard to write a dissertation
OCTOBER 29, 5:30-7:30 pm
Instructor: Dr. Christopher Clapp
Learn how to formulate a research question and use econometrics to find the answer.
SPECIAL TOPIC FROM JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES
NOVEMBER 12, 5:30-7:30 pm
Instructor: Paul Beaumont
Questions, Econometrics, and Time Series, Oh My!