ECPR Summer School
Central European University, Budapest
26 July - 9 August 2019




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SA101R BasicsAkos Mate View Course Details
SA102Python Programming for Social Scientists: Big Data, Web Scraping and Other Useful Programming TricksEszter Somos View Course Details
SA103Introduction to STATAAndrew X. Li View Course Details
SA104Refresher in Regression (before you take a more advanced stats class)Levente Littvay View Course Details
SA105Introduction to Exploratory Network AnalysisOrsolya Vasarhelyi View Course Details
SA106Introduction to NVivo for Qualitative Data AnalysisMarie-Hélène Paré View Course Details
SB101Introduction to Historical Methods  View Course Details
SB102Introduction to Interpretive Research Designs: From Research Question to Research ProposalPeregrine (Peri) Schwartz-Shea View Course Details
SB103Multi-Method Research: Techniques and ApplicationsErin Jenne View Course Details
SB104Methods in Political Theory and Normative AnalysisAndres Moles View Course Details
SB105Case Study Research: Method and PracticeIngo Rohlfing View Course Details
SB106Introduction to Process Tracing MethodologyRasmus Brun Pedersen View Course Details
SB107Process Tracing Methodology in PracticeDerek Beach View Course Details
SB108Qualitative Comparative Analysis and Fuzzy SetsIoana-Elena Oana, Carsten Q. Schneider View Course Details
SB109Longitudinal Research Designs - Qualitative ApproachesErin Jenne View Course Details
SB110Introduction to Experimental Research in the Social SciencesGábor Simonovits View Course Details
SB111Experimental Research: Theory Development, Hypothesis Generation and Empirical TestsJohn Jost View Course Details
SB112ACausal Inference in the Social Sciences I: Randomised Controlled Trials and Matched DesignsDániel Horn View Course Details
SB112BCausal Inference in the Social Sciences II: Difference in Difference, Regression Discontinuity and InstrumentsDániel Horn View Course Details
SC101Expert Interviews for Qualitative Data GenerationAlenka Jelen-Sanchez View Course Details
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