ECPR Summer School
Central European University, Budapest
27 July - 12 August 2017


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SA101Philosophy and Methodology of the Social SciencesPatrick Jackson View Course Details
SA102R BasicsMartin Mölder View Course Details
SA104Stats Refresher using SPSSElena Cristina Mitrea View Course Details
SA105Python Programming for Social Scientists: Big Data, Web Scraping and Other Useful Programming TricksBrian Fabo View Course Details
SA106Introduction to STATAOana Lup View Course Details
SA108Introduction to LaTeXBruno Castanho Silva View Course Details
SA109Gentle Introduction to Bayesian StatisticsJuraj Medzihorsky View Course Details
SA110Introduction to Exploratory Network AnalysisSilvia Fierăscu View Course Details
SA111Effective Data Management with RConstantin Manuel Bosancianu View Course Details
SA112Introduction to NVivo for Qualitative Data AnalysisMarie-Hélène Paré View Course Details
SB101Introduction to Relational Social Science - Pragmatic AnalyticsPatrick Jackson View Course Details
SB103Introduction to Interpretive Research DesignsPeregrine (Peri) Schwartz-Shea View Course Details
SB104Applied Mixed Methods ResearchErin Jenne View Course Details
SB105Methods in Political Theory and Normative AnalysisAndres Moles View Course Details
SB106Program Evaluation and Impact AssessmentDániel Horn View Course Details
SB108Case Study Research: Method and PracticeIngo Rohlfing View Course Details
SB109AProcess Tracing Methodology I – Foundations and GuidelinesRasmus Brun Pedersen View Course Details
SB109BProcess Tracing Methodology II – Evidence and Empirical Testing in PracticeHilde van Meegdenburg View Course Details
SB110Longitudinal Research Designs - Qualitative ApproachesErin Jenne View Course Details
SB111Qualitative Comparative Analysis and Fuzzy SetsPatrick A. Mello, Carsten Q. Schneider View Course Details
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