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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


GOVT 19.01 Advanced Political Analysis

This course introduces mathematical and statistical models in the social sciences beyond the level of bivariate regression. Topics to be covered include multivariate regression, selection bias, discrete choice, maximum likelihood models, multi-level modeling, and experiments. We will use theUse models to study voter turnout, elections, bargaining in legislatures, public opinion, political tolerance, the causes and duration of wars, gender bias in employment, educational testing, poverty and income, and a host of other topics. Students will write a paper of original research using some of the methods covered in class. (Note the prerequisite for this course is Government 10, Economics 10, Geography 10, Mathematics 10, Psychology 10, Social Sciences 10, or equivalent ).

Instructor

Lacy

Distributive and/or World Culture

QDS

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Offered

18W: 12