The Department of Government at Harvard University will host leading thinkers in the social and statistical sciences during the upcoming Applied Statistics Workshop (Gov 3009) this Fall.
First meeting: The first speaker is Alberto Abadie (MIT Economics faculty) who will be presenting his paper “Statistical Non-Significance in Empirical Economics” (paper link here).
Where: CGIS Knafel Building, Room K354 (see this link for directions).
When: Wednesday, September 5th at 12 noon – 1:30 pm.
Special note: If there are any faculty you would like to invite for Spring 2019, please email <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
All are welcome! Lunch is provided!
FALL 2018 SCHEDULE
September 5 – Alberto Abadie (MIT Economics)
September 12 – Junming Huang (Northeastern Center for Complex Network Research)
September 19 – Aaron Kaufman (Harvard Gov, **Practice job talk**)
September 26 — Alexandra Chouldechova (Carnegie Mellon Statistics)
October 3 – Naoki Egami (Princeton/Harvard Gov, **Practice job talk**)
October 10 – Joscha Legewie (Harvard Sociology)
October 17 – Susan Murphy (Harvard Statistics)
October 24 – Tyler VanderWeele (Harvard Biostatistics)
October 31 – Edward (Ed) Kao (MIT Lincoln Laboratory)
November 7 – Zhichao Jiang (Princeton/Harvard Gov)
November 14 – Matt Blackwell (Harvard Gov)
November 28 – Tracy Ke (Harvard Statistics)
December 5 – Johann Gagnon-Bartsch (University of Michigan Statistics)