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Empirical Microeconomics
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Empirical Microeconomics

At TI, many research fellows do applied work in labour, health, education, family, and development economics. In particular, they focus on effect identification and program evaluation, applying a broad range of microeconometric techniques. The research tries to achieve credible identification of causal effects, often using large administrative datasets or carefully designed and executed randomized experiments.


Empirical Microeconomics

At TI, many research fellows do applied work in labour, health, education, family, and development economics. In particular, they focus on effect identification and program evaluation, applying a broad range of microeconometric techniques. The research tries to achieve credible identification of causal effects, often using large administrative datasets or carefully designed and executed randomized experiments.


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