Professor: Jas Sekhon [homepage | e-mail]

GSI: Charlie Gibbons [homepage | e-mail]

Seminar: Mondays, 4-6

Location: Dwinelle 259Section: Wednesdays, 5-7

Location: Dwinelle 89My office hours: By appointment

Section is canceled on March 18.

See links added below.

My office hours are by appointment only. I am happy to meet with you, so feel free to e-mail me to schedule a time.

The location of the seminar has been changed to Dwinelle 259.

OLS, Matching, and Preprocessing: Models Versus Design

Doing the Two-Step from Heckman to Instrumental Variables

What's the Difference? Fixed Effects and Difference-in-Difference Approaches

Applying Selection Models and Fixed Effects to Incumbency Advantage: Levitt and Wolfram (1997)

Robust Standard Errors (see also the link to Freedman's paper below)

Non-Linear Models: A Logit Example

Randomization Inference: An Instrumental Variables Application

Time series bootstrap [code]

Cluster-robust covariance matrix help file

Randomization inference for IV [code]

Plotting balance statistics [code | data]

LaTeX implementation for Windows: TeXnicCenter

LaTeX implementation for Mac: MacTex

Phil Spector's LaTex guide

Introductory LaTeX example [LaTeX | PDF]

Graphics: From R to LaTex [R | LaTeX | PDF]

Here are my style files. They should be placed into your tex -> latex folder [standard document | Beamer presentation]

Andy Gelman on David Lee's incumbency advantage paper

Ken Train's Discrete Choice Methods course and textbook

Freedman, David A. 2006. On the So-Called Huber Sandwich Estimator and Robust Standard Errors.

The American Statistician. 60(4): 299302. [ASA | pre-print]

Rocio Titiunik has taught this course in the past and her course pages should serve as an invaluable resource.

Notes on R: A Programming Environment for Data Analysis and Graphics

A cartoon from XKCD.com:

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