Below you will find details of upcoming events organised by the Department.  You can view a full listing of all upcoming seminars by clicking on the relevant seminar series listed on the right hand side bar.

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27 June 2017
Institute for Fiscal Studies, London.

Workshop jointly organised by the UCL Department of Statistical Science and cemmap

Regression Discontinuity Design: Methodological Issues and Applications in Economics, Statistics and Epidemiology

This workshop aims at discussing recent methodological issues and applications of the regression discontinuity design (RDD). The RDD is an econometric quasi-experimental design aimed at estimating the causal effects of a treatment by exploiting naturally occurring or externally imposed treatment rules.

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29 and 30 August 2017
University College London

Implementation of Structural Dynamic Models: methodology and applications

This conference is organised by cemmap and UCL

The program committee invites both applied and methodological work on implementation and estimation of structural dynamic models for individual decision making within, but not restricted to, the fields of Industrial Organisation, Labor, Public, Health, Development, Environmental and Urban and Regional Economics.

Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration

31 August to 3 September 2017
Agriturismo Albarossa, Italy

Fourth workshop on topics in labor economics

Following three successful events in 2014, 2015 and 2016, CReAM UCL is organising the Fourth Workshop on Topics in Labor Economics . This workshop brings together academics from UCL and world established institutions as well as invited speakers.

Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration

29 and 30 September 2017
Essen, Germany

CReAM/RWI workshop on the economics of migration

CReAM and RWI are pleased to announce their first joint workshop on the 'Economics of Migration.

The keynote speech will be given by Jennifer Hunt (Rutgers University).



Anthea Keeping
Events Manager
020 3549 5382