Hello everyoneLast chance to register for the upcoming 2-day Instats seminar by the world's leading econometric educator, professor Jeffrey Wooldridge: Causal Inference with Cross-Sectional Data running March 21-22. This hands-on workshop will introduce you to the logic and practice of causal inference with cross-sectional data, which has become increasingly important across a broad range of social and health science fields. This seminar runs prior to the next seminar in professor Wooldridge's seminar series: Difference-in-Differences (DiD) Methods with Panel Data, running April 4-5, so sign up now if you'd like to take these exciting seminars!Conveniently, these seminars are being offered as a 4-part structured course, Panel Data Modeling: From Static Models to DiD Estimation and Causal Inference with Jeffrey Wooldridge. The 4-part course includes two on-demand seminars first covering panel data methods to prepare you for professor Wooldridge's seminars, and then proceeds with two additional 2-day seminars on Causal Inference and Difference-in-Differences methods.If you sign up for the full 4-part course, you'll save 10% off the regular price, which is in addition to Instats's already reduced pricing (especially for PhD students!). Head over to instats.org today to check out our many upcoming livestream seminars as well as our library of on-demand offerings. With any questions please feel free to get in touch at email@example.com.Also, don't miss out on our upcoming seminars Dynamic Structural Equation Modeling (DSEM) with prof Michael Zyphur (April 6-7), Python for Researchers with prof Tim Bednall (April 11-12), Introduction to Bayesian Econometrics in MATLAB with prof Gary Koop (April 12-14), and Introduction to QCA (Qualitative Comparative Analysis) with prof Carsten Schneider (April 12-14) . These are filling up quickly so make sure you and your colleagues/PhD students don't miss out!
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